Alejandro F. Bujan
Alejandro F. Bujan
Postdoc, UC Berkeley
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High-frequency network activity, global increase in neuronal activity, and synchrony expansion precede epileptic seizures in vitro
P Jiruska, J Csicsvari, AD Powell, JE Fox, WC Chang, M Vreugdenhil, X Li, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (16), 5690-5701, 2010
Communication through resonance in spiking neuronal networks
G Hahn, AF Bujan, Y Frégnac, A Aertsen, A Kumar
PLoS computational biology 10 (8), e1003811, 2014
Role of Input Correlations in Shaping the Variability and Noise Correlations of Evoked Activity in the Neocortex
AF Bujan, A Aertsen, A Kumar
The Journal of Neuroscience, 2015
Union of intersections (uoi) for interpretable data driven discovery and prediction
K Bouchard, A Bujan, F Roosta-Khorasani, S Ubaru, M Prabhat, ...
Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, 1078-1086, 2017
Sparse coding of ECoG signals identifies interpretable components for speech control in human sensorimotor cortex
KE Bouchard, AF Bujan, EF Chang, FT Sommer
2017 39th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2017
Learning overcomplete, low coherence dictionaries with linear inference
JA Livezey, AF Bujan, FT Sommer
arXiv preprint arXiv:1606.03474, 2016
Sparse components of sensorimotor ECoG signals are relevant for speech control
KE Bouchard, AF Bujan, EF Chang, FT Sommer
Cosyne, 2016
Supporting Computational Neuroscience@ NERSC
M Prabhat, K Bouchard, A Greiner, J Teeters, O Ruebel, A Bujan, ...
Neural Activity Propagation and Variability of Evoked Responses: The Role of Correlated Inputs and Oscillations
AF Bujan
Verlag nicht ermittelbar, 2015
Synfire chains and gamma oscillations: two complementary modes of information transmission in cortical networks
G Hahn, AF Bujan, Y Fregnac, A Aertsen, A Kumar
BMC neuroscience 14 (1), P226, 2013
Stimulus driven correlation gain modulation in neuronal networks
AF Bujan, A Aertsen, A Kumar
Bernstein Conference 2012, 2012
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