Harilal Parasuram
  • Palakkad,kerala
  • India
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Python in Computational Neuroscience

Python is a powerful scripting language that is gaining traction in the Computational Neuroscience and Neuroinformatics communities.
Jan 30, 2012
Harilal Parasuram is now a member of The NeuroNetwork
Oct 27, 2010

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Main areas of research:
Computational Neuroscience and Bio-inspired computing.
Studies on neural excitability in granular layer ensembles of the cerebellum. And to understand how granule neuron excitability affects local field potential in cerebellar granular layer and plot the same as a VSD-like colormap apart using PSTH and spike raster plots.
Current title/position:
Research Associate
Personal or laboratory homepage:
H. Parasuram, N. Abdulmanaph, B. Nair, S. Diwakar, Modeling granular layer local field potential using single neuron and network based approaches to predict ltp/ltd in extracellular recordings, Proceedings of Neurocomp, 2010 (in press), Oct 6-8, 2010.

Harilal Parasuram., Sai Krishna. A., Varun Gopal K., Jiyesh M. M., Sankaranarayanan A., P. K. Krishnan Namboori, "Machine Learning Approaches to Determine the “Drug-Likeness” of the Proteomic Targets", CCPE- 2010.

H. Parasuram, N. Abdulmanaph, B. Nair, S. Diwakar, Reconstructing extracellular local field potential in cerebellar granular layer networks Proceedings of BIC-TA, 2010 (in press), Sept 8-10, 2010.

Mithula Parangan,Chitra Aravind, Harilal Parasuraman, Krishnashree Achuthan,Bipin Nair and Shyam Diwakar.Action potential and bursting phenomena using analog electrical neuron. Proceedings of 1st Amrita ACM-W Celebration on Women in Computing in India,2010.

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