We develop and analyse mathematical models to elucidate the fundamental mechanisms responsible of neuronal activity and its implications in computation and behaviour. Current projects involve the study of the mechanisms underlying oscillatory activity and its implications for the neuronal communication based on phase coherence; the development of mathematical techniques to address inverse problems of experimentally inaccessible features, such as synaptic conductances; the development and analysis of models of perceptual multistability.
Campus Diagonal Sud, Building H.
Av. Diagonal, 647
Perceptual multistability, Neuronal oscillations, Estimation of conductances, Slow-Fast systems