Sonja Gruen

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Living organisms do not only passively receive sensory stimuli from the external world, but also actively explore their surroundings using their sensory organs such as sniffing for odor sensation, whisking for touch sensation, and eye-movements for visual sensation. While neuronal activities underlying active sensing in olfaction and vibrissa sensation have(More)
While recordings of extracellular potentials (EP) remain a common method for experimentally measuring neural activity, the interpretation of the low-frequency part, the local field potential (LFP), is not straightforward. Corti-cal LFPs seem to mainly stem from synaptic inputs, but the net LFP signal from several contributing laminar populations is(More)
The international Computational Neuroscience meeting (CNS) has been a premier forum for presenting experimental and theoretical results exploring the biology of computation in the nervous system for the last 17 years. The meeting is organized by the Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS), a non-profit organization governed by an international(More)
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