The Multidimensional Brain

Integrative & Computational Neuroscience

 

Head : Daniel E. Shulz

Vice-Head : Alain Destexhe

 

The department of Integrative & Computational Neuroscience (ICN) is engaged in an interdisciplinary and multi-scale study of the brain to identify computational principles and neurophysiological mechanisms in thalamo-cortical networks, governing the emergence of high-level brain functions, like perception and learning. ICN is composed of six research teams collectively studying the synaptic and neuronal mechanisms of cortical and subcortical sensory processing and perception, sensori-motor integration and dynamics of internally-generated brain states (e.g. wakefulness, sleep).

 

The research at ICN is centered on 3 linked scientific issues.

- 1) The synaptic and neuronal mechanisms involved in cortical and subcortical sensory information processing (audition, touch, vision) and perception, and their plasticity.

- 2) The impact of internally generated brain states (like attention, wakefulness or sleep) on subcortical and cortical sensory processing and cognitive abilities.

- 3) The neuronal mechanisms of sensori-motor integration and learning and of motor behavior (including brain-machine interfaces).

 

ICN teams use experimental, computational and theoretical approaches in an integrated and interdisciplinary context combining Neuroscience, Physics, Mathematics and Informatics at multiple scales (cell, network, behavior) and organization levels (micro, meso and macro-scales).

 

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Post-Doctoral Position in Integrative Neuroscience

We are looking for a post-doctoral researcher interested in all-optical neuronal interrogation (...)

Thesis Projects in 2019

BioSigne and SDSV Thesis Projects

Post-doc position for 2019

New team : Neural Circuits & Behavior

M2 internships available

New team : Neural circuits & Behavior



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