Neuro-Electronics Research Flanders


Principal Investigator, NERF / VIB
Associate Professor, KU Leuven
Contact / Bio

Research Areas

  • visual processing in the mammalian brain
  • network dynamics and computations
  • neural circuits and behavior


  • multisite silicon probe recordings
  • widefield and two-photon imaging
  • optogenetics
  • mouse behavior

Research Summary

Watching the brain watch

Our ability to comprehend the world and to interact with it relies on our brains’ ability to process sensory signals and transform them into a flexible representation that supports perception, learning, memory, and action. This processing seems effortless. Yet at its core lies an intricate network of nerve cells that extract important information from a continuous stream of redundant, distracting and ambiguous signals (e.g. finding a needle in haystack).
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