This group is intended for those interested in cellular and network mechanisms and the functional significance of normal and pathological synchronization and oscillations observed in small invertebrate to large cortical neuronal networks.
In both anaesthesia and sleep, the subject loses consciousness. However, there are also several differences between them, e.g. a sleeper can be woken up by external stimuli in contrast to an a subject under general anaesthesia.
This group discusses methods for generating and analyzing brain connectivity data (the "connectome") and how to simulate development and dynamics on anatomicially realistic neural networks. It can also be used to announce jobs, events, and CFP's.
computational neuroscience, neural modeling, biological signal processing
single and population neural modeling, electrophysiological measurements, rodent brain slice, EEG signal processing, seizure, epilepsy, anesthesia, depth of anesthesia, Hodgkin-Huxley model, Nonlinear Dynamic,
Department of Engineering, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand
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