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The European Institute for Theoretical Neuroscience (EITN)

The European Institute for Theoretical Neuroscience (EITN) was created on March 2014 as part of the Theoretical Neuroscience activities of the Human Brain Project (HBP) and is operated by the Paris-Saclay Institute of Neuroscience (Neuro-PSI), unit of the CNRS.
The EITN has for scientific director Alain Destexhe (Neuro-PSI, CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette).


NEWS

 

12/01/2021 - Save the date!

EITN Fall school will take place from 15th to 24th of September 2021. More info on the (previously) EITN Spring School on our dedicated page.

 

11/01/2021 - Publication Highlight - "Biophysically detailed forward modeling of the neural origin of EEG and MEG signals"

By Solveig Næss, Geir Halnes, Espen Hagen, Donald J. Hagler, Anders M. Dale, Gaute T. Einevoll, and Torbjørn V. Ness.

 

06/01/2021 - The EITN Team wish you all a very happy new year of 2021.

 

18/12/2020 - Publication Highlight - "Conditions for wave trains in spiking neural networks"

By Johanna Senk, Karolína Korvasová, Jannis Schuecker, Espen Hagen, Tom Tetzlaff, Markus Diesmann, and Moritz Helias.

 

15/12/2020 - Feedback on EITN workshop

The workshop "Neural coding in high-dimensional, nonlinear systems" as been successfully happening online on December 3rd & 4th, 2020. Learn more in the article published on Human Brain Project website.

 

16/11/2020 - Publication Highlight - "Revisiting the Global Workspace: Orchestration of the functional hierarchical organisation of the human brain"

Currently in press by Gustavo Deco, Diego Vidaurre and Morten L. Kringelbach.

See the latest publications on our HBP Publications in Theoretical Neuroscience ressource page.

06/10/2020 - Publication Highlight - "A kernel-based method to calculate local field potentials from network of spiking neurons"

A new paper has been published by EITN researchers Bartosz Telenczuk, Maria Telenczuk, and Alain Destexhe in the Journal of Neuroscience Methods (17 July 2020): A kernel-based method to calculate local field potentials from networks of spiking neurons. Hereafter is a related highlight (in French) by Life Sciences UniversitĂ© Paris-Saclay. 

See the latest publications on our HBP Publications in Theoretical Neuroscience ressource page.

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