Spiking neuronal networks Cortical plasticity

Spiking neuronal networks

To make predictions or models of in vivo data, one need large-scale simulations of spiking neuronal network mimicking the emerging properties at the network level.

Cortical plasticity

Neurons are modifying the synapses between them as a function of their joint activities. Understanding the molecular processes and the computational consequences of such plasticity is crucial to unravel how the brain can adapt.

09th Août 2016


The 0.4 release of the SpyKING CIRCUS is now out, and a preprint is available at on BioRxiv. You can now install it as an open source software. See documentation

27th Avr 2015

The Vision Institute

We recently moved to the Vision Institute, just in the center of Paris, led by José Sahel. This structure combined various approaches, from computational modelling to gene therapy in order...

25th Avr 2015

Brian 2

  We are happy to announce the second beta release of Brian 2.0, developed by Marcel Stimberg, Dan Goodman and Romain Brette! This new version contains important bug fixes and...

23rd Avr 2015

Spike sorting in real time

Together with Olivier Marre, we developed a code to address the problem of Spike Sorting for large Multi Electrode Arrays, inspired from the following publication, and name "SpyKING CIRCUS". By using a...

23rd Avr 2015

Plasticity workshop at CNS 2015

Synaptic plasticity and homeostasis Organizers Pierre Yger, Institut de la Vision, Paris (France) Matthieu Gilson, Universitat Pompeu Febra, Barcelona (Spain) This workshop will gather leading experimentalists and theoreticians to discuss...