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When Art meets Neuroscience. Installation of Neural Syntax by NYU Tisch School of the Arts students

2024-05-21T11:00:41-04:00May 21st, 2024|

When Art meets Neuroscience. Installation of Neural Syntax by NYU Tisch School of the Arts students Lois He, Sofia Shen, Vio Zhu, Zhang Xing. It was a fun cooperation between artists-in-training and our lab. See a video of the final installation here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1nqVXmXyOUZEDZ2FnB4RAiYtx8EZXztU8/view?pli=1  

We were ranked among “the top 0.05% of all scholars worldwide.”

2024-05-02T17:44:17-04:00May 2nd, 2024|

Congratulations on being named an inaugural Highly Ranked Scholar by ScholarGPS ScholarGPS celebrates Highly Ranked Scholars™ for their exceptional performance in various Fields, Disciplines, and Specialties. Your prolific publication record, the high impact of your work, and the outstanding quality of your scholarly contributions have placed you in the top 0.05% of all scholars worldwide. Listed below is a summary of the areas (and your ranking in those areas) in which you have been awarded [...]

Welcome Josh Huang!

2024-05-02T18:12:24-04:00May 1st, 2024|

Not one, but two dear friends visited us today: Distinguished professor Josh Huang from Duke University (third from left) and Dr. Dan Levenstein (left), our  friend and former colleague, who is now a postdoc at McGill University. Btw., check out Dan's new preprint about emerging sequential replay in recurrent artificial neuronal networks.

Selection of experience for memory by hippocampal sharp wave ripples

2024-03-28T18:25:53-04:00March 28th, 2024|

Congratulations to Winnie for her new paper on experience tagging through sharp-wave ripples in Science! Because this work wasn't hard enough in and by itself, she also undertook it to build a dedicated website for this project where you can get a guided tour through the underlying analysis code and afterwards get to play around yourself with the data!

Farewell party for Gergely

2023-12-03T21:38:57-05:00December 3rd, 2023|

Farewell party for our friend and colleague Gergely Komlosi. We enjoyed having you around - your colleagues will miss you dearly. We hope you have a good start back in Hungary and that you come back soon to visit us!

SfN 2023

2023-11-26T14:24:39-05:00November 16th, 2023|

Just returned from SfN 2023 - amazing science and incredible atmosphere. Thanks to everyone for visiting our symposium and posters as well as the numerous valuable discussions!