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Zehl Lyuba Inst. of Neuroscience and Medicine (INM-6) and Inst. for Advanced Simulation (IAS-6), Jülich Research Centre and JARA Germany
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: advanced data analysis of massively parallel multi-electrode recordings; metadata management in complex workflows in electrophysiology that involve multiple collaborating groups
Zaytsev Yury Bernstein Center Freiburg Germany
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Model-driven / model-free data analysis techniques and large-scale neural network modelling with application to effective, functional and anatomical connectivity in neural circuits.
Wójcik Daniel Nencki Institute of Experimental Research Poland
Daniel Wójcik
Email: Phone:
+48 22 5892424 (Office)
+48 22 8225342 (Fax)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: We are studying information processing in thalamo-cortico-thalamic loops in mammal sensory systems concentrating on the visual system of the cat and the somatosensory system of the rat. In particular we are interested in mechanisms of context-dependent modulation of information processing.   To achieve our goals we develop new methods of data analysis, test it on different models of the studied systems, and analyze the experimental data. We concentrate on analysis and modeling of electrophysiological data, both spike trains and local field potentials.
Wróbel Andrzej Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology Poland
Andrzej Wróbel
Email: Phone:
+48 22 5892 440 (Office)
+48 22 5892 440 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Electrophysiology
Research focus: Current research in the laboratory focuses on understanding dynamic operations within sensory systems of behaving animals. Using electrophysiological recording techniques and neuroinformatic methods for data analysis we are trying to correlate the activation of specific neuronal networks with its behavioral context. Five parallel projects are under investigation:   Current research activities    *   electrophysiological correlates of visual attention in cats - temporal analysis (frequency, phase and amplitude's envelope) of local field potentials registered from different parts of cat's thalamo-cortical system during behavioral task based on intermingled trials of delayed spatial discrimination of visual or auditory stimuli;  *   information processing in the cortico-thalamic part of the rat's somatosensory system - the role of primary and secondary sensory pathways in different behavioral situations; in vitro electrophysiological investigations of synaptic properties and cellular connections within the cortico-thalamic loop of rodent's somatosensory system;  *   the role of extrageniculate visual pathway in movement perception - electrophysiological and modeling investigations on the spatial and temporal properties of single units' receptive fields in the cat; coding of information in geniculate and extrageniculate visual pathways in the cat - electrophysiological and computational studies on temporal pattern of neuronal activity;  *   application of nonlinear and wavelet methods for time series analysis; theoretical studies of models of cortico-thalamic loops in visual and somatosensory systems; white-noise and information theoretical analysis of spike trains; development of new current source density techniques for the analysis of three dimensional data.  
Wallén Peter Dept Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute Sweden
Peter Wallén
Email:
Research Area(s): Electrophysiology
Wachtler Thomas Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen Germany
Thomas Wachtler
Email: Phone:
+49 89 2180 74810 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Neural principles of processing and coding in the visual system. At the German Node, we develop a hardware and software infrastructure to support analysis and sharing of neurophysiology data.
Verhoog Matthijs VU University Amsterdam Netherlands
Matthijs Verhoog
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Research Area(s): Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology
Research focus: My research is focussed on investigating rules, mechanisms and modulation of spike timing-dependent plasticity at rodent and human synapses, along with studying human neuron morphology and physiology.
Vassallo Carlos Carlos Andrés Mugruza Vassallo United Kingdom
Email: Phone:
(+44) 1382 384926 (Office)
(+44) 1382 229993 (Fax)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: General: Understand at different levels computations in cognitive-dynamic mechanisms. Current: Study functional imbalance of activity levels in attention reorienting networks in controls and schizo
Valdivia Hachi Universidad de Chile Chile
Email: Phone:
56-2-9786035 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: Currently I am performing recordings on visual and somatosensorial cortices of rat while performs a discrimination task. I have spike trains as well as LFP recordings, and I am interested on analize temporal correlations on this signals in the framework of temporal correlation hypothesis. Also I am developing microstimulation protocols in the framework of brain-machine interfaces.
Tóth Viktor Department of Measurement and IS, BUTE Hungary
Viktor Tóth
Email: Phone:
+36709409075 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: My research focus is on BCI design. My current aim is to measure fear and anxiety using EEG signals. Based on this, I am to develop a biofeedback horror game to help others conquer their fears.
Tripathy Shreejoy Carnegie Mellon University United States
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Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Genomics and genetics, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: open science advocate, computational neuroscience PhD student at Carnegie Mellon, fascinated by the diversity of neurons
Tomita Yohei Laboratory SIGMA, ESPCI ParisTech France
Yohei Tomita
Email:
Research Area(s): Neuroimaging, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: My research interests are BCI, mental states analysis with EEG, driver doze detection with EEG, etc. Through these studies, I have developed biological signal processing and classification techniques.
Tanskanen Jarno Tampere University of Technology, Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering Finland
Jarno MA Tanskanen
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Signal processing and analysis for EEG, ECG and in vitro neuronal cell and cardiomyocyte electrophysiology; Brain computer interfaces; Statistical signal processing and analysis; Bioelectromagnetism
Tanaka Keiji Cognitive Brain Mapping Laboratory, RIKEN Brain Science Institute Japan
Email: Phone:
81-48-467-9342 (Office)
Research Area(s): Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Visual object recognition and executive control of goal-directed behavior in non-human primates. Also high-resolution fMRI of human cortical functions.
Storm Johan Centre for Molecular Biology and Neuroscience (CMBN) and Dept of Physiology, IMB. University of Oslo Norway
Email: Phone:
+47 22851246 (Office)
+47 99295763 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology
Research focus: We use detailed compartmental models of neurons the mammalian brain, combined with experimental electrophysiology to study principles and mechanisms of electrical signaling in neurons & brain circuits
Stamoulis Catherine Harvard Medical School/ Childrens Hospital Boston United States
Catherine Stamoulis
Email: Phone:
857-218-4737 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Genomics and genetics, Electrophysiology
Research focus: My primary academic activity is research in computational Neurology and Neuroscience, and focuses on the fields of: i)Epilepsy, where I study the electrophysiological mechanisms of seizure initiation, propagation and termination, and develop novel methods and mathematical models for the analysis of electrophysiological data (epileptic EEG) ii)Brain dynamics, where I specifically investigate the neurodynamics of the healthy, aging and diseased brain, using novel quantitative approaches. Thus, my research involves both the development of advanced methodologies for the analysis of electrophysiological and more recently imaging data, and the application of these methods to the study of fundamental research problems in Neurology and Neuroscience. iii)Finally, a third focus of my research is on the genomics of neurological disorders, such as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and cancer, particularly brain tumors. In that context, my research is predominantly methodological, and involves the development of novel methods for the detection of DNA aberrations in high-dimensional genomic data.
Sornborger Andrew University of Georgia United States
Andrew Sornborger
Email: Phone:
706 583-0854 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: I have been focusing on the analysis of ratiometric calcium imaging data taken from chemoconvulsant induced seizures in the larval and adult zebrafish.
Sommer Friedrich Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, UC Berkeley United States
Friedrich Sommer
Email: Phone:
1 510 642 7251 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Neural computation in the visual system, schemes of communication within the brain, unsupervised learning embodied sensor action loops, facilitate neuroscience data sharing - http://crcns.org
INCF activities: Standards for Data Sharing | Task Force Lead
Sobolev Andrey G-Node @ CNS, LMU Munich Germany
Andrey Sobolev
Email: Phone:
+49 (0) 89 2180 74811 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Development of the infrastructure focusing on cellular and systems neuroscience to improve key ingredients of neuroscientific research: data access, data storage and exchange, and data analysis.
Skinner Frances Toronto Western Research Institute, University Health Network Canada
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: development and use of mathematical models of neurons and neuronal networks
Simmons Liberty University of Pennsylvania United States
Email: Phone:
215-573-8392 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Data Manager of the International Epilepsy Electrophysiology Database.
Silberberg Gilad Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute Sweden
Gilad Silberberg
Email: Phone:
+46-8-52487345 (Office)
Research Area(s): Electrophysiology
Schubert Dirk Donders Inst., Radboud University Medical Clinics Nijmegen Netherlands
Dirk Schubert
Email: Phone:
+31 24 3615039 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Structural and functional connectivity of neural networks in the rodent cortex with a focus on the somatosensory system employing electrophysiological and neuroanatomical in vitro approaches.
Schenone Andrea University of Genoa Italy
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Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Interests mainly focused on neuroimaging and managing of multimodal data
Sanchez-Vives Mavi ICREA-IDIBAPS Spain
Mavi Sanchez-Vives
Email: Phone:
+34 93 2275400 ext 4301 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Cellular and synaptic properties as well as connectivity determine the emergent activity generated by neuronal networks. MVSV’s group is interested in different aspects of spontaneous rhythmic neural activity: its regulating mechanisms, the information it encodes, and the consequences of this activity upon the network. This is studied from an experimental and computational approach. Regarding the processed information, their work has included different sensory systems, as well as spatial processing occurring in the hippocampal complex. Lastly, the integration of the cortical information giving rise to bodily representation and the combination of brain-computer interfaces and virtual reality for understanding these processes, is another research line of this group.
Roijals Ivan Karolinska Institutet Sweden
Ivan J Roijals
Email: Phone:
+46851452706 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Genomics and genetics, Large scale modeling, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: My main research areas are brain imaging and neurodynamics, physics of complexity, computer methods and large-scale modeling
Roesch Etienne University of Reading United Kingdom
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Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Neuromorphic engineering, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: General brain functioning, Cognitive Science, emotion, attention, awareness, consciousness, neural fields, spiking neurons
Rautenberg Philipp Ludwig-Maximilans Universität München Germany
Philipp L Rautenberg
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: IT-Infrastructure supporting neuroscience; Morphological analysis and simulation of neural activities; Data representation of electrophysiological and morphological data
Rathour Rahul Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore India
Rahul K Rathour
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: I am interested in dendritic information processing with special emphasis on role of voltage-gated ion channels (VGICs) in regulating various neurophysiological processes.
Rahman Shoaibur Baylor College of Medicine United States
Shoaibur Rahman
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: My research focuses on advancing revolutionary new technologies for recording, analyzing and controlling neural activity to crack the code of how brain works.
Quintero Maria Universidad de Los Andes Colombia
Email: Phone:
57 (1) 339 4949 ext. 3160 (Laboratory)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: I study the neuronal basis for chemosensitivity and its relation with disorders affecting specific breathing rhythm patterns, behaviours and cognitive development from a dynamical systems perspective.
Prodanov Dimiter IMEC Belgium
Dimiter Prodanov
Email: Phone:
+32 16 28 18 40 (Office)
Research Area(s): Digital atlasing, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, microscopical image processing, brain imaging, ImageJ development
Prinz Astrid Deaprtment of Biology at Emory University United States
Astrid Prinz
Email: Phone:
404-727-5191 (Office)
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: I combine experimental and computational methods to study pattern generation, synchronization and homeostasis in small neural networks. My model system is the stomatogastric ganglion in crustaceans.
Pettinen Antti Tampere University of Technology Finland
Email: Phone:
+358-40-8490854 (Mobile)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Coordinator of the INCF National Node of Finland
Peters Judith Neuroimaging & Neuromodeling group at the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience Netherlands
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Integration of neuroimaging (fMRI, EEG) & computational neuroscience (large scale modeling). Neuroimaging methods development.
Pernet Cyril University of Edinburgh - Brain Research Imaging Centre United Kingdom
Cyril Pernet
Email:
Research Area(s): Neuroimaging, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: cognitive neuroscience and clinical applications with emphasis of methodological development
Neymotin Samuel SUNY Downstate / NYU-Poly United States
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Simulations of neuronal networks, analysis of electrophysiological data
Mouček Roman Department of Computer Science and Eng.. Czech Republic
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: Event-related potentials, time series, attention of drivers, neuro-databases, semantic web
Massobrio Paolo Univ. Genova - Dep. Informatics, Bioengineering, Robotics, System Engineering (DIBRIS) Italy
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Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Neuromorphic engineering, Electrophysiology
Research focus: My research activities are in the field of the neuroengineering and they include both experimental and theoretical aspects. In particular, I am working on dynamics exhibited by large-scale networks.
Mahmud Mufti University of Antwerp Belgium
Mufti Mahmud
Email: Phone:
003232652610 (Office)
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology
Research focus: I have been researching on Brain-Chip interfacing with specific interest on design of algorithms to perform analysis of recorded signals and development of models to be able to predict them a priori.
Longden Kit Dept of Bioengineering, Imperial College London United Kingdom
Kit Longden
Email: Phone:
+44 (0) 20 7594 7420 ()
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Research focus: I explore the neural computations and their mechanisms that support behaviour, using computational models and electrophysiology, in the blowfly visual system and the rat hippocampus.
Ljungquist Bengt Neuronano Research Center, Lund University Sweden
Bengt Ljungquist
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: My research primarily concerns 1) spike tracking - tracking neurons over long periods of time 2) data interchange - how to integrate and exchange data across labs
Lilia MESINA The Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience (CCBN) Canada
MESINA Lilia
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Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Developing user interfaces to support the workflow for Image Analysis of large scale brain images and cortex flat map reconstruction. Image analysis of confocal stacks and block face images.
Le Franc Yann University of Antwerp Belgium
Yann Le Franc
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology, Infrastructural and portal services
Research focus: My current research focuses on the development of an ontology of the neural network modeling field.
Kötter Rolf Donders Inst. of Brain, Cognition and Behaviour Netherlands
Rolf Kötter
Email: Phone:
+31243614244 (Secretariat)
Research Area(s): Digital atlasing, Neuroimaging, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: Connectivity of the primate brain
Krieger Patrik Ruhr University Bochum Germany
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Digital atlasing, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: "What is it and where is it?" Using the rodent whisker system as a model we study in my group how the nervous system resolves this problem.
Kock Christiaan VU University Amsterdam Netherlands
Christiaan d Kock
Email:
Research Area(s): Digital atlasing, Electrophysiology
Research focus: My goal is to examine how cortical neurons encode sensory stimuli and how stimulus representation is affected by behavior. using in vivo electrophysiology and 3D reconstruction of recorded neurons.
Knocikova Juliana Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), Université de Nice – Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France France
Juliana Knocikova
Email:
Research Area(s): General neuroinformatics, Computational neuroscience, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: respiratory neurophysiology and biophysics, electrophysiology, math. modeling and neuroengineering, intracellular pH dynamics, cellular metabolism and respiration, regulatory signals in astrocytes
Klaus Andreas Karolinska Institute Sweden
Andreas Klaus
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Large scale modeling, Electrophysiology
Research focus: The aim of my research is to gain a better understanding of the striatal gating mechanisms by means of detailed computational modeling and experimental measurements in organotypic triple cultures (cortex, striatum, and substantia nigra). The striatum is the main input stage of the basal ganglia system, which makes it interesting to study.
Kiriazov Petko Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Bulgaria
Email:
Research Area(s): Computational neuroscience, Neuromorphic engineering, Brain machine interface, Electrophysiology, Clinical neuroscience
Research focus: Principles and algorithms for optimal movement learning to develop strategies for efficient neurorehabilitation. BCI, EMG, FES, and robotic systems can be used.
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