Workshop 1: Feedback and synchronization in neuroscience
This workshop aims at gathering medical practitioners, neuroscience researchers, computational neuroscience experts and control and systems engineers interested in neuronal synchronization in brain and disease, as well as the impact of feedback on it.
The flyer for this workshop is available here
The workshop is made of four independent invited sessions.
Abstracts are available here
- Session 1.1: From neurons to neuronal populations dynamics (amphi Hermite, June 3rd, 11:00-12:30)
- Boris Gutkin - ENS Paris (France): Role of structured neural activity in working memory tasks: differential functional roles for gamma, theta and alpha oscillations
- Alex Roxin - CRM (Spain): Connectivity motifs and dynamics in cortical network models
- Guillaume Drion - Liège Univ. (Belgium): Endogenous and exogenous neuronal rhythmicity
- Session 1.2: Healthy and pathological oscillations in basal ganglia (amphi Hermite, June 3rd, 16:30-18:00)
- Thomas Boraud - CNRS, Univ. of Bordeaux (France): Beta oscillation and Parkinsonian motor symptoms: causality or correlation?
- Rafal Bogacz - Univ. of Bristol (UK): Mathematical modelling of abnormal beta oscillations in Parkinson’s disease
- William Pasillas-Lépine - CNRS, L2S (France): Electrical stimulation, firing-rates, and basal ganglia models: are they compatible?
- Session 1.3: Synchronization in neuroscience (amphi Hermite, June 4th, 10:30-12:00)
- Constance Hammond - INSERM, INMED (France): Abnormal early synchronization of Pink1-/- M1 cortical neurons is decreased by high frequency stimulation of the subthalamic area in the mouse cortico-subthalamic slice
- Henk Nijmeijer - Eindhoven University of Technology (NL): An experimental neuronal network: does it (partially) synchronize?
- Michael Rosenblum - Potsdam Univ. (Germany): Collective dynamics in large neuronal ensembles: synchronization and control
- Session 1.4: Identification and observer design in neuroscience (amphi Hermite, June 4th, 15:30-17:00)
- Sridevi V. Sarma- John Hopkins Univ. (USA): On the Therapeutic Mechanisms of Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease: Annihilation or Restoration of Basal Ganglia Feedback ?
- Romain Postoyan - CNRS, CRAN (France): Parameter and state estimation for a class of neural mass models
- Elena Panteley - CNRS, L2S (France): Diffusively coupled neural networks: estimation of emergent behavior.