A series of studies from string theory to neuropharmacology applies quantitative methods to physics and biology.
Visually displayed descriptions presented at international scientific meetings and invited talks at universities.
Collaboration is a key component to successful applications of quantitative methods to the understanding of complex systems.
Principles of learning derived from biological system where synaptic plasticity is dependent on the timing of spikes in pre- and postsynaptic neurons.
The consequences of spike timing-dependent learning are generalized to develop a framework for novel approaches to analogue computing.
Potential impacts of theoretical neuroscience on the treatment of neurological and psychiatric disease.
Posters and talks presented at international meeting
Recent research activities