Warning: Neuromathcomp project-team has ended in December 2015. These pages are no longer maintained. Two new teams have been created out of Neuromathcomp:

Our seminars

Coming up:
  • Paul Bressloff, Breakdown of fast-slow analysis in an excitable neuron with channel, University of Utah, USA (06/12/2014)
  • Markus Fischer, On large deviations for the empirical measures of weakly interacting systems, University of Padua, Padova, Italy (06/06/2014)
  • Paul Bressloff, Molecular motor-based models of random intermittent search, University of Utah, USA (06/05/2014)
  • Thierry Nieus, Noise and adaptation in multistable perception: Noise drives when to switch, adaptation determines percept choice, IIT, Genova, Italy (05/21/2014)
  • Jean-Michel Hupé, Noise and adaptation in multistable perception: Noise drives when to switch, adaptation determines percept choice, CerCo, Université de Toulouse & CNRS (05/21/2014)
Past ones:
  • Marcelo Bertalmio, From Image Processing to Computational Neuroscience: A Neural Model Based on Histogram Equalization, UPF, Barcelona, Spain (05/07/2014)
  • Claude Lobry, Le problème "atto-fox" dans le modèle de Rosenzweig-MacArthur et ses conséquences en écologie microbienne, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, France (10/02/2014)
  • Patricia Reynaud-Bouret, Estimation of local independence graphs via Hawkes processes to unravel functional neuronal connectivity, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, France (04/02/2014)
  • Timothée Masquelier, Spike-based computing and learning in brains, machines, and visual systems in particular, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France. (29/11/2013)
  • Luca Berdondini, A 4096 electrode array platform for in-vitro electrophysiology on brain tissue and cultured neuronal networks, Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Genova, Italy. (19/09/2013)
  • Guy Orban, Finding a home for the mirror neurons in human premotor cortex, Department of Neuroscience, Parma University, Italy (10/09/2013)
  • Heiko Neumann, Neural Mechanisms of Form and Motion Detection and Integration – From Biology to Models and to Machine Vision Applications, Ulm University, Germany (10/07/2013)
  • Jacques Alexandre Sepulchre, Some theoretical results on the response of intracellular molecular networks, Institut Nonlinéaire de Nice (29/05/2013)
  • Mathieu Galtier, On the use of large random neural networks in machine learning and robotics (abstract), Jacobs University Bremen, Germany (27/05/2013)
  • Vincent Gripon, When error correcting codes meet neural networks : towards new architectures for associative memories, NeuCod ERC project, Lab-STICC, Télécom Bretagne (08/04/2013)
  • Jean Daunizeau, Statistical, biophysical and computational models for perception, learning and decision making, Brain and Spine Institute (ICM), Paris (05/04/2013)
  • LieJune Shiau, Periodically stimulated adaptive integral-and-fire neuron, University of Houston, USA (03/04/2013)
  • Edwin A. Cerquera, Contributions for a Better Understanding of the Neural Dynamics, Computational Neuroscience at the Antonio Nariño University, Colombia (27/03/2013)
  • Workshop on Biological and Computer Vision Interfaces, in conjuction with ECCV 2012 (10/12/2012)
  • Workshop on Recent Advances in Dynamical Systems Analysis and Applications (06/08/2012)
  • Julio Rodriquez, EPFL and Bielefeld University: Networks of vibrating-oscillatory systems with parametric resonsance type perturbation (06/08/2012)
  • Grégory Dumont, Universite de Bordeaux 1: Population dynamics of integrate and fire neurons (04/03/2012)
  • Gerard Iooss, Laboratoire J.A. Dieudonne: Quasi perdiodic solutions in the Swift-Hohenberg equation (02/17/2012)
  • David Lloyd, Department of Mathematics at the University of Surrey: Multi-Dimensional Localized Patterns (01/20/2012)
  • Ennio Mingolla, Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems, Boston University: Scalable Adaptive Brain-Like Systems (01/26/2011)
  • Gilles Wianrib, Ecole polytechnique: Randomness in neurons, a multiscale probabilistic analysis (07/20/2010)
  • James Rankin, University of Bristol, UK: Phase resetting in a model of a neuroendocrine system with delays (05/21/2010)
  • Martin Krupa, New Mexico State University, Department of Mathematical Sciences, USA: PING model of gamma oscillations and the effect of the pyramidal cells changing from type I to type II (04/23/2010)
  • Olivier Marre, Princeton University, Molecular Biology Department and Princeton Neuroscience Institute: Recording a large population of retinal cells with a 252 electrode array and automated spike sorting (03/26/2010)
  • Mathieu Desroches, University of Bristol, Department of Engineering Mathematics, United Kingdom: Systèmes dynamiques lents-rapides en dimensions 2 et 3: résultats théoriques et défis numériques (02/12/2010)
  • Timothee Masquelier, Computational Neuroscience Group, ICREA and Univ. Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain: Cracking the neural code of vision: insights from plasticity law (02/08/2010)
  • Paul Bressloff, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA: Bumps and breathers in two-dimensional neural fields (01/15/2010)
  • Gilles Lebeau, LJAD, Universite de Nice Sophia Antipolis, France: The Analysis of the Metropolis Algorithm (01/13/2010)
  • Jean Petitot, EHESS et CREA (Ecole Polytechnique), France: Géométrie sous-riemannienne et vision (12/18/2009)
  • Viktor Jirsa, Université de la Méditerranée (Aix-Marseille II): Noise during Rest Enables the Exploration of the Brain’s Dynamic Repertoire (11/13/2009)
  • Stephen Coombes, University of Nottingham, UK: Neural Field Models (10/30/2009)
  • Zack Kilpatrick, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA: Short term synaptic plasticity in spatially extended neuronal networks (10/23/2009)
  • Anton Chizhov: Refractory density model for a population of conductance-based neurons (10/16/2009)

Past history

We were part of the Odyssée team that was created in 2002 by Olivier Faugeras.