Le cerveau multidimensionnel

UNIC

Director : Daniel E. Shulz

The different research teams at UNIC focus on three closely linked scientific issues :
- 1) characterizing the synaptic and cellular mechanisms engaged in the ongoing activation state and sensory evoked neural dynamics in cortical-like structures (during development and adulthood) ;
- 2) explaining/modeling the emergence of low-level perception correlates in primary sensory cortical areas ;
- 3) explaining/modeling the influence of lateral (intrinsic) and top-down (extrinsic) feedback connectivities.

 

 

Visual cognitive sciences
Dir. Yves Frégnac and Cyril Monier

 

Somatosensory processing, neuromodulation and plasticity
Dir. Daniel Shulz

Neurocybernetics of thalamic and cortical networks

Dir. Thierry Bal

Computational Neurosciences and thalamo-cortical dynamics

Dir. Alain Destexhe

Neuroinformatics for data-driven modeling and neuromorphic computing

Dir. Andrew Davison

Cortical processing of multisensory integration and amodal perception

Dir. Brice Bathellier

 

The research at UNIC is supported by the CNRS, the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR), Idex grants from Paris-Saclay (NeuroSaclay and I-Code), EC-grants from the Future Emerging Technology (FET) Directorate of the European Brain Community, and the « Human Brain Project » Flagship.
UNIC is also in charge of two international antennae, the French node of the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facilities (INCF) (dir : Yves Frégnac and Andrew Davison) and the European Institute of Theoretical Neuroscience (EITN, dir : Alain Destexhe).

 


Understanding consciousness a scientific quest for the 21th century

the Human Brain Project organizes an International Conference on Understanding consciousness a scientific quest for the 21th century, taking place Barcelona on June 21-22, 2018.


 

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