Pr. Wim Vanduffel
Prof. Vanduffel is the head of the Lab. of Neuro-and Psychophysiology at the KU Leuven and he is also Ass. Prof. at the Harvard Medical School, Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging. Current research includes the study of primate visual cortex using functional magnetic resonance imaging focusing on homologies and functional interactions across brain regions.
primate fMRI, visual perception, cognition, attention, reward processing, interareal interactions, comparative imaging, primate optogenetics, primate DBS, primate TMS, etc...
Dr. Yann Le Franc
Dr. Le Franc is currently an active member of the INCF Task Force for a Standard Language for Neural Network Modeling and acts as secretary of the Task Force board. As primary mandate in the task force, he is developing an ontology of the neural network modeling field.
Electrophysiology (patch-clamp, sharp recording, dynamic clamp), Computational Neuroscience (Conductance based models, NEURON).
Pr. Jan Sijbers
Pr. Sijbers is the head of the Quantitative MRI research group of the Vision Lab in Antwerp, Belgium, which develops novel reconstruction, processing and analysis algorithms to process anatomical, functional or diffusion-weighted MRI data. Furthermore, he heads the ASTRA research group which targets the development of advanced reconstruction algorithms for X-ray and electron tomography.
Magnetic resonance image (MRI) processing, Diffusion MRI, Computed Tomography
Dr. Dimiter Prodanov
INCF Governing Board Member
Pr. Erik De Schutter
Pr. De Schutter is the head of the TNB team in Antwerp and of the Computational
Neuroscience Unit at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (Japan).
Pr De Schutter is one of the founders of the Neuroinformatics field and of the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility. He acts as member of the governing board of the INCF.
Computational Neuroscience, Neuroinformatics
Former Project Coordinator
Pr. Michele Giugliano
Pr. Giugliano is the head of the Theoretical Neurobiology team associated with Antwerp University. Current research includes the study of the interactions between neurons and carbon nanotubes. You can find more information at the TNB website
Electrophysiology (patch-clamp, Multi Electrod Arrays, neuroelectronics hybrids), Computational Neuroscience (integrate and fire network models, NEURON, C, MATLAB).