Computational Neuroscience research group
Welcome to the website of the computational neuroscience group at the Dept. of Cybernetics at the FEE CTU in Prague. We focus on studying the physiology and pathophysiology of the human brain, mostly those of patients suffering from Parkinson disease (PD) or dystonia, and treated with the deep brain stimulation (DBS). By analyzing and modeling single neuron recordings and fMRI data, our aim is to better understand how the brain and DBS work. We also develop methods of data processing, transformation, and analysis.
We strongly cooperate with Department of Neurology, 1st Faculty of Medicne and General Teaching Hospital, namely with prof.Jech and his group.
more on our research can be found at the research page.
Currently we focus on the following topics:
- Emotion-related neurons of the human subthalamus
- Nuclei identification from the microelectrode EEG
- Artifact detection in the microEEG
- Objective setting of DBS stimulation parameters
- Spike sorting methods
- UPDRS score objectivization
more at the team page
- Daniel Novák, PhD - group leader
- Tomáš Sieger, PhD - researcher
- Jiří Wild, PhD - researcher
- Eduard Bakštein, PhD - researcher
- Jakub Schneider - PhD student
- Jiří Vošmik - master student
Tel +420 224 357 314,