Laboratory for Computational Neuroscience, LCN
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne
School of Computer and Communication Sciences and
School of Life Sciences , Brain Mind Institute
EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Oct. 83 -Feb. 89: Physics student at the University of Tuebingen and the Ludwig--Maximilian--University in Munich, Diploma thesis in experimental quantum optics.
Mar. 89 -Aug. 89: Post graduate research in theoretical physics at the Ludwig--Maximilian--University in Munich. Statistical theory of neural networks.
Sep. 89 -Aug. 90: Post graduate research in Neural Networks at the University of California in Berkeley (Theoretical Biophysics, group of William Bialek).
Sep. 90 -Feb. 93: PhD research at the Technical University of Munich (Theoretical Biophysics, group of Leo van Hemmen) on `Coding and Signal Transmission in Neural Systems: Associative Networks with Spiking Neurons'
Mar. 93 - Sep. 95: PostDoc in Munich. Research in Theoretical Neuroscience. Special emphasis on Neural Networks with spiking neurons and the problem of temporal coding.
Sep. 95 - Dec. 95: Visiting Researcher at Brandeis Univ., Waltham, USA Research on a model of path planning using ideas of Hebbian learning and rat hippocampal place fields (work with Larry Abbott).
Jan. 96 - July 96: Continuing as a PostDoc in Munich.
Aug. 96 - Jan 2001: Assistant Professor for Neural Computation at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL).
Feb. 2001 - June 2006: Associate Professor, Chair for Computational Neuroscience at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL).
Full Professor, Chair for Computational Neuroscience at the
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL),
School of Computer and Communication Sciences and School of Life Sciences
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