Author Archives: klagogia
is a post-doc in the Louis group. He has been trained as physicist and mechanical engineering in his MS and PhD. He is working on learning in complex and naturalistic sensory environments.
is a post-doc of the MINIMAL project working on behavioral experiments combined with computational modeling. Starting from physics applied to neurobiological data, she continued with a Phd in computational neuroscience which led to two subsequent postdoc positions on cortical network … Continue reading
From perception to behaviour Initially scaled a drosophila adult spiking network (Wessnitzer et al. 2012) to larva size by collecting known data on the number of ORNs, projection neurons and Kenyon cells. Verified it can display conditioning with a simple … Continue reading
is a post-doc of the MINIMAL project working on theoretical models of neural learning and chemotaxis. He has recently finished his PhD in computational neuronscience on theoretical models of synaptic plasticity for ongoing memory processes. His research interests lie in … Continue reading
Our second meeting is taking place at the CRG on the 10th of July, in Barcelona
The first meeting of the consortium will be taking place between 27-28th January 2014 in the Room 1.15 Informatics Forum at the University of Edinburgh. A provisional timetable for the event is available.
has finshed his PhD in the Gerber group in 2013, holding a most prestigious PhD fellowship of the German Merit Foundation to study the behavioural and cellular mechanisms of outcome expectation in larval Drosophila. 2014, he joined the MINIMAL-project as Post-Doc. … Continue reading
seeks to understand how mnemonic function – the acquisition, maintenance, and behavioural impact of memory – is organised at the levels of molecules, neurons, and neuronal circuits, . We use behaviour experiments on larval and adult Drosophila which provide an experimental handle on … Continue reading
(PI and CEO) who was formerly Professor of Biotechnology at the University of Glasgow and has published over 120 primary research papers, 12 in Nature, Science, Cell or PNAS. He has 18 year experience in technology industry. RWD is supported by J Douglas … Continue reading
has dual training in physics and biology. The Louis lab has three main research interests related to innate orientation behaviours: (i) computer-aided quantification of behaviour; (ii) mapping and functional characterisation of the circuits controlling the sensorimotor integration of olfactory signals; (iv) neural … Continue reading