Current Partnering Projects

 

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CANON

Shedding light on the multiscale organisation of cortical computation by integrating neuronal and population activities with inter-areal interactions. 

Mouse Brain Organisation
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CHAMPMouse

Investigating multi-areal visual perception in the mouse.

Mouse Brain Organisation
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MULTI-LATERAL

Analysis of Brain Lateralization for Language.

Human Brain Organisation
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FUSIMICE

Ultrafast Functional Ultrasound (fUS) Imaging for Highly -Resolved Targeted Mapping of Functional Connectivity in the Awake Mouse Brain.

Theoretical Neuroscience
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FIIND

Developing a Ferret Interactive Integrated Neurodevelopment Atlas.

Neuroinformatics Platform
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RobotBodySchema

Studying the mechanisms of how the brain represents the body to make robots more autonomous and safe. 

Neurorobotics Platform
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CerebNEST

Large-scale network models of the cerebellum for sensorimotor robotic control.

Brain Simulation Platform
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InterneuronAxon

Our project aims to determine the functional properties of hippocampal and neocortical inhibitory interneuron axons.

Brain Simulation Platform
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Brains on Board

Reverse engineering the honeybee brain to develop efficient AI for robot behaviour.

Neuromorphic Computing Platform
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CREACTIVE

The Collaborative REsearch on ACute Traumatic brain Injury in intensiVE care medicine in Europe (CREACTIVE) project is focused on conducting a prospective, longitudinal, non-randomised clinical study on TBI patients; It is one of two leading projects on TBI in Europe and one of the key projects in the field globally.

Medical Informatics Platform

 

Past Partnering Projects

 

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SloW-Dyn

Slow Wave Dynamics: from experiments, analysis and models to rhythm restoration.

Theoretical Neuroscience
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MoCo-Ti

Motor Control and Timing in the Cerebellum: Spatio-Temporal Integration in Complex Neuronal Networks.

Neurorobotics Platform

 

Coming soon