Center for Computational Neuroscience presents at Bernstein Conference
Recent developments at the Computational Neuroscience lab was presented at the Bernstein conference held at University of Freiburg in Germany from Oct 4-6, 2011.
The work was titled “Information processing in the cerebellum granular layer and changes in plasticity revealing single neuron effects in neural ensembles”.
In the presented work, an estimate of information flow in terms of spikes in the cerebellum granular layer was discussed. Information transmission at the Mossy Fiber (MF) – Granule cell (GrC) synaptic connection is crucial to understand mechanisms of signal coding in the cerebellum . The work involved the computational models developed in the lab and overall attributes connecting how single neurons influence what is seen as population signals were illustrated.»»
October 9, 2011