Neuroscience Belgian Teams
- Theoretical Neurobiology
- Bio Imaging Lab
- Computational Neuroscience group
How network properties emerges from single-cell response features, approached by in vitro, in vivo and in silico studies. Neuroscience Nanotechnologies: how to interface and influence the brain by intimate tissue coupling with conductive nanoparticles and nano/micro-engineered devices.
cortex, noise, integrate-and-fire, multielectrode arrays, nanoneuroscience, carbon nanotubes
Prof. Van der Linden
Neurodegeneration Neurodevelopmental and Mood Disorders Neurogenesis Stem Cell Research Auditory Processing and Cognition in Songbirds Neuroplasticity in Songbirds 3D MRI Brain Atlases
Rodents, Neurodegeneration, Stem Cell, MRI, Birds, Neuroregeneration, Birds, Disease models
Pr. Marc Van Hulle
The Computational Neuroscience group of the Laboratorium voor Neuro- en Psychofysiologie at the K.U.Leuven, Leuven (Belgium), specializes in computational neuroscience research. The techniques used are neural networks, computer vision, data mining, machine learning and signal processing, and applied to the modeling and decoding of single- and multi-unit recordings, EEG, and fMRI.
Computational Neuroscience, Data Mining, Neural Networks, Computer Vision, Signal processing (single- and multi-units, EEG, fMRI), EEG recording, Brain-Computer Interface