News & Dissemination Activities

PUBLICATIONS

O’Callaghan, E. L., Lataro, R. M., Roloff, E. L., Chauhan, A. S., Salgado, H. C., Duncan, E. , Nogaret, A. and Paton, J. F. (2019), Enhancing respiratory sinus arrhythmia increases cardiac output in rats with left ventricular dysfunction. J Physiol. DOI:10.1113/JP277293 (Web-Link)

Chauhan, A., Taylor, J. & Nogaret, A. (2018) Dual Mechanism for the Emergence of Synchronization in Inhibitory Neural Networks, Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-29822-8 (PDFWeb-Link)

Nogaret, A. & King, A. (2018) Inhibition Delay Increases Neural Network Capacity through Stirling Transform, Physical Review E. 97, 3, pp. 1-4. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.97.030301 (PDF, Web-Link)

Donati Elisa, Abu-Hassan Kamal, Nogaret Alain, Indiveri Giacomo (2018) Deriving Optimal Silicon Neuron Circuit Specifications using Data Assimilation, IEEExplore (Web-Link)

INVITED TALKS

 

Alain Nogaret & Mariann Gyöngyösi. European Research and Innovation Days organized by the European Commission. 24th-26th September 2019, Brussels, Belgium.

Giacomo Indiveri & Elisa Donati. Neuromorphic Computing conference organized by Nature Conferences. 28th-30th October 2019, Beijing, China.

Alain Nogaret, Joseph Taylor, Kamal Abu Hassan, Paul Morris, Ashok Chauhan, Elisa Donati, Giacomo Indiveri, Julian F.R Paton, Z.Bortolotto. Information transfer from medullary central pattern generators to analog microcircuits. The Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research (BDR) symposium on Control and Design of Biosystems. 25th-28th March 2019, RIKEN Kobe, Japan. (PDF)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Ashok Chauhan, Joseph Taylor and Alain Nogaret. Mechanisms for the Emergence of Synchronization in Inhibitory Neural Networks. The 10th Conference of the European Study Group on Cardiovascular Oscillations (ESGCO2018). 17th-19th September 2018, Vienna, Austria.

Kamal AbuHassan, Joseph Taylor, Elisa Donati, Davi Moraes, Giacomo Indiveri, Julian Paton and Alain Nogaret. Construction of VLSI Models of Respiratory Neurons via Data Assimilation. The 10th Conference of the European Study Group on Cardiovascular Oscillations (ESGCO2018). 17th-19th September 2018, Vienna, Austria.

Martin Riesenhuber, Andreas Spannbauer, Friedrich Rauscha, Herwig Schmidinger, Thomas Pezawas, Christoph Schukro, Marianne Gwechenberger, Cesar Khazen, Martin Andreas, Günther Laufer, Günter Stix, Thomas Wrba, Christian Hengstenberg, Claudia Müller, Denise Traxler, Mariann Gyöngyösi. Long-Term Clinical Outcome in Patients With Diabetes and Pacemakers: a Single-Center Cohort Study. The American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions (AHA2018). 10-14 November 2018, Chicago, United States.

Riesenhuber Martin, Gugerell Alfred, Traxler Denise, Spannbauer Andreas, Prömer Jakob, Zlabinger Katrin, Winkler Johannes, Gyöngyösi Mariann. Physiological cardiorespiratory parameters in a model of anesthetized pigs with preserved spontaneous breathing: A prospective translational pilot trial. The 6th Annual European Congress on Clinical & Translational Sciences (EUSTM2019).  18-20 October 2019, Vienna, Austria. (PDF)

IN THE NEWS


13 November 2019
Press release by Prof. Alain Nogaret (Web-link)

11 December 2018
A media article by Professor Mariann Gyöngyösi (Medical University of Vienna) has been published in Scitech Europa magazine (PDF)

18 September 2018
Two posters have been presented at the 10th conference of the European Study Group on Cardiovascular Oscillations (ESGCO2018) which has taken place in Vienna, Austria. The authorship and title are as follows:

Poster 1:
Ashok Chauhan, Joseph Taylor and Alain Nogaret. Mechanisms for the Emergence of Synchronization in Inhibitory Neural Networks

Poster 2:
Kamal AbuHassan, Joseph Taylor, Elisa Donati, Davi Moraes, Giacomo Indiveri, Julian Paton and Alain Nogaret. Construction of VLSI Models of Respiratory Neurons via Data Assimilation.

08 August 2018
Our abstract has been accepted for presentation at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions (AHA2018) which will take place in Chicago, United States. The authorship and title are as follows:
Martin Riesenhuber, Andreas Spannbauer, Friedrich Rauscha, Herwig Schmidinger, Thomas Pezawas, Christoph Schukro, Marianne Gwechenberger, Cesar Khazen, Martin Andreas, Günther Laufer, Günter Stix, Thomas Wrba, Christian Hengstenberg, Claudia Müller, Denise Traxler, Mariann Gyöngyösi. Long-Term Clinical Outcome in Patients With Diabetes and Pacemakers: a Single-Center Cohort Study.

26 March 2018
Our paper titled Deriving optimal silicon neuron circuit specifications using Data Assimilation has been accepted for presentation at ISCAS2018 -The International Symposium on Circuits and Systems.

31 May 2017
BRLSI – Talk on Novel pacemakers

24 April – 6 May 2017
CapoCaccia Neuromorphic workshop

15 February  2017
BBC interview audio

27 February – 2 March 2017
Data assimilation symposium, Kobe

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