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Real-Time Optical Imaging

Our research focuses on visual information processing in primary visual cortical areas. We investigate how manifold parameters given in a visual scene are represented in real-time across neuronal populations using voltage-sensitive dye imaging (VSDI). VSDI, a new optical recording method, marks a significant step forward in the continuing scientific effort to decipher the brain’s neural code and computational strategies – the mapping of the functions of the various nerve cells in the brain and the interactions between them.

External Group Homepage

http://homepage.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/Dirk.Jancke

Brain-multiplexing

People

Head:
PD Dr. Dirk Jancke

Members:
Vladislav Kozyrev (Dr.)
Benedict Ng (PhD)
Sascha Rekauzke
Katharina Ruf
Nora Nortmann (Univ. of Osnabrück)
Agnieszka Grabska-Barwinska (PhD)
Markus Rothermel (Dr.)
Selim Onat (University of Osnabrück)