Liminar Investigations of Memory and Brain Organization

a future in LIMBO Apologies: this table failed sorely
to self-organize, as it often happens
Yair in limbo Chol Jun Kang

since Nov 2016

4th year student
Katarina in limbo

Paris, Tehran, Dushambe

physics

Zeynep in limbo

Torino

complex systems
Massimiliano Trippa

since Nov 2015

2nd year student

Tromso

linguistics
Alessandro Treves
 
since Nov 1992

professor

Jerusalem, Oxford

physics


Michelangelo Naim

since Feb 2017

visiting undergraduate


Istanbul

computer science
Vezha
Kristina Egumenovska

since Nov, 2016

  TALENTS postdoc
Katarina Marjanovic

since Nov 2014

  3rd year student

Zeynep Kaya

since November 2013

3rd year student
Luca Ciuffreda

since November 2015

2nd year student

Kris in limbo
Joe Collins

since November 2014

arctic student in remote mode

Davide in limbo
Yair Lakretz

August-December 2014

visiting student
Max in
                limbo

Ljubljana

linguistics

Chol in
                  limbo

Ljubljana, first Skopje

psychology
Joe in limbo
Vizhe Boboeva

since Feb 2013

4th year student

Milano

physics


Tel Aviv

linguistics & neuroscience

Pyongyang

physics
Ale in
                  limbo

Milano

physics
Davide Spalla

since Nov 2016

1st year student


Alumni
PhD Thesis
When
/
examined by

Stefano alumnusStefano Panzeri
Quantitative methods for analysing information processing in the mammalian cortex
December 1996

Bill Bialek


professor in Glasgow, group leader in Tuebingen and Trento
associate professor in Nijmegen, group leader at NERF Leuven
Recurrent networks in the brain and spatial memory: dynamics and storage capacity
November 1998

MishaTsodyks
Francesco
                alumnusFrancesco P Battaglia

A theoretical model of neocortical association areas as large autoassociators
November 1998

Nestor Parga
Carlo alumnusCarlo Fulvi Mari
Valeria alumnusValeria Del Prete Population coding of continuous+discrete stimuli: experimental evidence and theoretical modelling
October 2001

Daniel Amit
singer and teacher in London
professor at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, Trondheim and at NORDITA, Stockholm
Pattern retrieval in isocortical recurrent networks
September 2005

Haim Sompolisky, Nicholas Brunel
Yasser alumnusYasser Roudi Rashtabadi
Emilio alumnusEmilio Kropff Static and dynamic properties of semantic memory networks
September 2007

Moshe Abeles, Laurenz Wiskott, Francesco P Battaglia
group leader at the Leloir Institute (IIBBA-CONICET), Buenos Aires, as of Jan 2012
postdoc at College de France, Paris, then with Aldo Genovesio in Rome Efficient storage of informative spatial representations in memory
January 2010

Edmund Rolls, Kate Jeffery
Erika CerastiErika
                alumna
Athena alumnaAthena Akrami Attractors, memory and perception
January 2010

Edmund Rolls,
Albert Compte,
Kate Jeffery
postdoc at SISSA, then with Carlos Brody in Princeton
postdoc at Bilkent University, Ankara, then science communicator
Experience-dependent modulation in the perception of ambiguous objects
December 2010

Shlomo Bentin,
Natalie Sebanz
Valentina Daelli
Vale Alumna
Ele alumnaEleonora Russo
Cortical free association dynamics (latching dynamics in Potts networks)
January 2012

Nicolas Brunel, Etienne Koechlin
postdoc with Daniel Durstewitz in Mannheim

postdoc with Matthias Hennig in Edinburgh
Artificial language learning in a Potts attractor network
January 2013

Sara Solla, Rens Bod, then Bill Bialek
Sahar in LimboSahar Pirmoradian
Fede
                  alumnusFederico Stella
Spatial representations in the entorhino-hippocampal circuit
January 2014

Andreas Herz, Jozsef Csicsvari
postdoc with Jozsef Csicsvari in Vienna

postdoc with Chris Huyck in London - Middlesex Univ
Exploring language mechanisms: the Mass-Count distinction and the Potts neural network
May 2014

Davide Crepaldi, Yasser Roudi
Ritwik KulkarniRitwik alumno



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