PhD Theses in the Lab

The list of PhD theses defended so far in Alain Destexhe's lab is shown below together with links to PDF copies of the theses of summaries. The theses were defended successively in Laval University (Quebec, Canada) and at the UNIC (CNRS, Gif sur Yvette). Only PhD theses are listed here, by inverse chronological order.
  • Marco Brigham

    Non-Stationary Stochastic Dynamics of Neuronal Membranes

    Dynamique Stochastique Non-Stationnaire de la Membrane Neuronale

    Thesis defended in Gif sur Yvette, on April 27, 2015.

    PDF copy of the thesis.

  • Lyle E. Muller

    Spatiotemporal dynamics in neocortex: Quantification, analysis, models

    Dynamique spatiotemporelle du néocortex: Quantification, analyse, modèles

    Thesis defended in Gif sur Yvette, on June 4, 2014.

    PDF copy of the thesis.

  • Nima Dehghani

    Electromagnetic signature of human cortical dynamics during wakefulness and sleep

    Signature électromagnétique de la dynamique corticale pendant l'éveil et le sommeil chez l'homme

    Thesis defended in Gif sur Yvette, on August 30, 2012.

    PDF copy of the thesis.

  • Sami El Boustani

    Learning and coding correlations in stochastic network states

    L'apprentissage et le codage de corrélations pendants les états de rélseaux neuronaux d'activité stochastique

    Thesis defended in Gif sur Yvette, on September 16, 2010.

    PDF copy of the thesis.

  • Zuzanna Piwkowska

    Real-time interactions between cortical neurons and computational models : synaptic conductance analysis and digital compensation of electrode artifacts

    Interaction en temps-réel entre neurones corticaux et modèles computationnels: analyse de conductance synaptique et compensation digitale d'artefacts d'électrode

    Thesis defended in Gif sur Yvette, on September 20, 2007 (co-direction, with Thierry Bal as principal director)

    PDF copy of the thesis summary.

  • Martin Pospischil

    Interaction between synaptic conductances and action potential initiation in cortical neurons: Computational models and analysis of intracellular recordings

    Interaction entre conductances synaptiques et l'initiation des potentiels d'action dans les neurones corticaux: Modèles computationnels et analyse d'enregistrements intracellulaires

    Thesis defended in Gif sur Yvette, on September 10, 2007.

    PDF copy of the thesis.

  • Quan Zou

    Computational models of spike timing dependent plasticity: Synapses, neurons and circuits

    Modèles computationnels de la plasticité dépendante du temps: Synapses, neurones et circuits

    Thesis defended in Gif sur Yvette, on April 26, 2006.

    PDF copy of the thesis.

  • Claude Bedard

    Frequency response of neural tissue in cerebral cortex

    Réponse en fréquence du tissu nerveux dans le cortex cérébral

    Thesis defended at Laval University, on April 1st, 2005 (in co-direction with Helmut Kröger, Department of Physics, Laval University).

    PDF copy of the thesis summary.

  • Mike Neubig

    Computational Analyses of Patterms at the Subcellular Scale, of the Electrophysiology of Thalamocortical Relay Neurons

    Thesis defended at Laval University, on October 13, 1999.

    PDF copy of the thesis summary.


In addition:

  • Alain Destexhe

    Nonlinear dynamics of the rhythmical activity of the brain

    Aspects non linéaires de l'activité rythmique du cerveau

    Thesis defended in Brussels, on March 21, 1992.

    PDF copy of the thesis (in french, with extended english summary)

    PDF copy of the thesis summary (in english, with references)


For more information, please contact:

Unité de Neurosciences, Information & Complexité (UNIC)
CNRS
UPR-3293, Bat 33,
1 Avenue de la Terrasse,
91198 Gif-sur-Yvette, France.

Tel: 33-1-69-82-34-35
Fax: 33-1-69-82-34-27


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