Experiments with networks of optogenetically altered neurons require stimulation with high spatio-temporal selectivity. Computer-assisted holography is an energy-efficient method for robust and reliable addressing of single neurons on the millisecond-timescale inherent to biologial information processing. We show that real-time control of neurons can be achieved by a CUDA-based hologram computation.

February 5, 2013 by hgpu

The research on complex Brain Networks plays a vital role in understanding the connectivity patterns of the human brain and disease-related alterations. Recent studies have suggested a noninvasive way to model and analyze human brain networks by using multi-modal imaging and graph theoretical approaches. Both the construction and analysis of the Brain Networks require tremendous […]

April 26, 2011 by hgpu

A fast and accurate computational scheme for simulating nonlinear dynamic systems is presented. The scheme assumes that the system can be represented by a combination of components of only two different types: first-order low-pass filters and static nonlinearities. The parameters of these filters and nonlinearities may depend on system variables, and the topology of the […]

November 13, 2010 by hgpu

In this article we introduce and study a mathematical framework for characterizing and simulating networks of noisy integrate-and-fire neurons based on the spike times. We show that the firing times of the neurons in the networks constitute a Markov chain, whose transition probability is related to the probability distribution of the interspike interval of the […]

November 13, 2010 by hgpu

We present a framework for simulating signal propagation in geometric networks (i.e. networks that can be mapped to geometric graphs in some space) and for developing algorithms that estimate (i.e. map) the state and functional topology of complex dynamic geometric net- works. Within the framework we define the key features typically present in such networks […]

November 9, 2010 by hgpu