Carl van Vreeswijk

Universite Paris Descartes, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
Computation, Theory
"Carl van Vreeswijk"
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van Vreeswijk C, Farkhooi F. (2021) Noise-induced properties of active dendrites. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Mahrach A, Chen G, Li N, et al. (2020) Mechanisms underlying the response of mouse cortical networks to optogenetic manipulation. Elife. 9
van Vreeswijk C, Farkhooi F. (2019) Fredholm theory for the mean first-passage time of integrate-and-fire oscillators with colored noise input. Physical Review. E. 100: 060402
Rao S, Hansel D, van Vreeswijk C. (2019) Dynamics and orientation selectivity in a cortical model of rodent V1 with excess bidirectional connections. Scientific Reports. 9: 3334
Pattadkal JJ, Mato G, van Vreeswijk C, et al. (2018) Emergent Orientation Selectivity from Random Networks in Mouse Visual Cortex. Cell Reports. 24: 2042-2050.e6
Engelken R, Farkhooi F, Hansel D, et al. (2016) A reanalysis of "Two types of asynchronous activity in networks of excitatory and inhibitory spiking neurons". F1000research. 5: 2043
Farkhooi F, van Vreeswijk C. (2015) Renewal Approach to the Analysis of the Asynchronous State for Coupled Noisy Oscillators. Physical Review Letters. 115: 038103
Cortes N, van Vreeswijk C. (2015) Pulvinar thalamic nucleus allows for asynchronous spike propagation through the cortex. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience. 9: 60
Mongillo G, Hansel D, van Vreeswijk C. (2012) Bistability and spatiotemporal irregularity in neuronal networks with nonlinear synaptic transmission. Physical Review Letters. 108: 158101
Hansel D, van Vreeswijk C. (2012) The mechanism of orientation selectivity in primary visual cortex without a functional map. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 4049-64
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