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Section: Dissemination

Teaching - Supervision - Juries

Teaching

  • Chalk-learning

    • Master 2 MVA/UPMC: Romain Veltz, Mathematical Methods for Neurosciences, 20 hours, Paris, France.

    • Master 1 BIM/UPMC: Mathieu Desroches, Modèles Mathématiques et Computationnels en Neuroscience (Lectures and example classes), 20 hours, Paris, France.

    • Master 1 BIM/UPMC: Elif Köksal Ersöz, Modèles Mathématiques et Computationnels en Neuroscience (Labs), 10 hours, Paris, France.

    • Mini-course (Master's level), Basque Center for Applied Mathematics: Mathieu Desroches (together with Serafim Rodrigues), Introduction to mathematical neuroscience: neuronal models and their bifurcations, 10 hours, Bilbao, Spain.

Supervision

  • PhD in progress: Axel Dolcemascolo, “All optical neuromimetic devices”, started in January 2016, co-supervised by Romain Veltz and Stéphane Barland (INLN). Successfully defended on 14 December 2018.

  • PhD in progress: Louisiane Lemaire, “Multi-scale mathematical modeling of cortical spreading depression”, started in October 2018, co-supervised by Mathieu Desroches and Martin Krupa.

  • PhD in progress: Yuri Rodrigues, “Towards a model of post synaptic excitatory synapse”, started in March 2018, co-supervised by Romain Veltz and Hélène Marie (IPMC, Sophia Antipolis).

  • PhD in progress: Halgurd Taher, “Next generation neural-mass models”, started in November 2018, co-supervised by Simona Olmi and Mathieu Desroches.

  • PhD in progress: Pascal Helson, “Study of plasticity laws with stochastic processes”, started in September 2016, co-supervised by Romain Veltz and Etienne Tanré (Inria TOSCA).

  • PhD in progress: Quentin Cormier, “Biological spiking neural networks", started in September 2017, co-supervised by Romain Veltz and Etienne Tanré (Inria TOSCA).

  • PhD in progress: Samuel Nyobe, “Inférence dans les modèles de Markov cachés : Application en foresterie”, started in October 2017, co-supervised by Fabien Campillo, Serge Moto (University of Yaoundé, Camerun) and Vivien Rossi (CIRAD).

Juries

  • Mathieu Desroches was president of the Jury of the PhD of Dora Karvouniari (Inria Biovision Team) entitled “Mathematical modeling of retinal waves”, Inria Sophia Antipolis, 15 March 2018.

  • Pascal Chossat was jury member for the HDR of Philippe Beltrame, Université d'Avignon, 30 November 2018.

  • Romain Veltz was Examiner for A. Dolcemascolo's PhD thesis defence entitled "Semiconductor lasers to model and control cells and excitable networks", which took place on 14 December 2018.