What can we learn from South Africa about human origins? Dr Mirriam Tawane
This conference is organized as part of a PHC collaboration by Caroline Fonta of CerCo with the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa) and the Endomap project (https://www.endomap.org/).
Gregor Thut, currently professor at the School of Psychology & Neuroscience at the University of Glasgow, will arrive at CerCo on May 30 as a visiting professor.
Rufin VanRullen, winner of an ERC Advanced 2022
Rufin VanRullen, CNRS Research Director at CerCo, has been awarded an "Advanced" grant from the European Research Council (ERC) for his project GLoW "The Global Latent Workspace: towards AI models of flexible cognition."
Andrea Alamia, winner of an ERC Starting Grant 2022
The second MicMac workshop on the use of microelectrodes in the study of epilepsy and human cognition was held at the Pavillon Baudot on March 9 and 10, 2023. Organized by Emmanuel Barbeau, Jonathan Curot, Leila Reddy and Luc Valton from CerCo, this meeting welcomed about sixty people from all over France, both on site and in remote mode.
EEG is better left alone
Le pulvinar médian intègre les sens
Anne-Laure Vittek, Cécile Juan, Lionel G Nowak, Pascal Girard, Céline Cappe
Prefrontal attentional saccades explore spacerhythmically.
Corentin Gaillard, Sameh Ben Hadj Hassen, Fabio Di Bello, Yann Bihan-Poudec, Rufin VanRullen & Suliann Ben Hamed. NATURE COMMUNICATIONS(2020) 11:925
Brain waves to predict the world
“Andrea Alamia et Rufin VanRullen. Alpha oscillations and travelling waves : signatures of predictive coding ? A paraître dans PLOS Biology.”
Artificial intelligence to decode thoughts
Despite recent advances in brain imaging, the brain’s representation of the visual world is still largely unknown. Using a new artificial intelligence technique - deep learning - to decode brain activity recorded in functional imaging, CerCo’s Rufin VanRullen and Leila Reddy can reconstruct images seen - or imagined - by subjects.