Collaborators of Computational Neuroscience & Neurophysiology

Here at the Amrita Center for Computational Neuroscience, a large number of international link ups and collaborations have been set up to ensure that students receive proper guidance and mentoring of the highest quality in their research endeavors. Faculties from almost all parts of the world interact with our students and faculties either directly or via video conferences to invirgorate their research aspirations and innovations to transform them into cutting edge technologies and ground-breaking inventions that serve the novel cause of succoring the societal needs. Amrita has been lauded as a worthy partner... Read more»

Teaching, Computational Neuroscience & Neurophysiology

The Center has members of faculty who impart education to graduate students and post doctoral scholars in courses like Computational Biology, Neurobiology, Molecular and Cell Biophysics in a holistic approach stimulating and nurturing the research interests in them. As is the case with any other course, theoretical knowledge alone cannot quench the thirst of true scholars. These subjects under the purview of researchers at the Center provides robust, live projects for the students to work on and gain rich exposure and vast experience that makes them versatile in these courses and propells a research centered career in future... Read more»

About Computational Neuroscience & Neurophysiology

Amrita Center for Computational Neuroscience has been instituted to comprehend the brain and its neural circuits by devising mathematical models. In contrast to other fields in biology, mathematical thinking and methodology have become entrenched in neuroscience since its very beginning, as witnessed by the classical work of Hodgkin and Huxley. Indeed, important developments in mathematics, and particularly in statistics, as in point processes theory, have their roots in this field. One of the biggest open challenges mathematicians and engineers face, is understanding the complex computation that takes place in our brain... Read more»

Investigating the organized activity of neuron ensembles is critical to understand how brain circuits work and is one main target of the project. Reconstruction of network activity has proved to be a hard task. This project will study cellular function using multi-scale models of single cells and networks will be developed with NEURON.

Computational Neuroscience & Neurophysiology

Amrita Center for Computational Neuroscience has been instituted to comprehend the brain and its neural circuits by devising mathematical models. In contrast to other fields in biology, mathematical thinking and methodology have become entrenched in neuroscience since its very beginning, as witnessed by the classical work of Hodgkin and Huxley. Indeed, important developments in mathematics, and particularly in statistics (for example, point processes theory), have their roots in this field. One of the biggest open challenges mathematicians and engineers face, is understanding the complex computation that takes place in our brain.

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