News and announcements
New paper on cooperative coding in LSO is accepted at Plos Biology!
Very happy to announce that our work titled "Cooperative population coding facilitates efficient sound source separability by adaptation to input" has been accepted to be published in Plos Biology. We show how... mehr
Michael on tour...
Michael will give a few presentations in May/June: He will be in Hannover at the TiHo on the 27th of May to visit Prof. Felmy and give a talk on the new behavioral paradigm we use in the lab, called HINT... mehr
Paula is a GSN Master student!
Congratulations to Paula for being accepted to the Master program of the Graduate School for Systemic Neuroscience (GSN)! Well done, Paula! mehr
Symposium at NWG 2019 meeting on short-term adaptation
Had a great time organizing and chairing our symposium "Short-term adaptation in the early auditory processing - from synaptic depression to focal perception" at this years' 13th Meeting of the German... mehr
New post-doc to join the lab in April
Super excited that Dardo Ferreiro will join the lab as a post doc in end of April. Dardo is an expert in recording and analyzing cortical LFPs and will work on the Sonic Scenes project. mehr
Helge's work on LSO coding now online as pre-print
Our study on the impact of naturalistic spatial statistics on the coding of sound source locations (Helge's PhD work) is currently under review. As part of the submission process, we also posted the manuscript... mehr
Michael receives grant to study the role of relevance for sound localization during ASA
In everyday life, acoustic communication and orientation relies on auditory scene analysis (ASA, also referred to as cocktail party effect), i.e. on the ability of the brain to selectively processes sound... mehr
Paula received her first grant to work in the lab
Super happy that Paula Gundi received a two-month grant from the LMU to work as an intern in the lab. She will perform morphological measurements and image analysis on axonal and glial properties in the... mehr
Our Nature Communications paper is out
Thrilled to announce that Babsi's paper on the role of high temporal precision of synaptic inhibition to facilitate neuronal sensitivity to spatial cues is officially published in Nature Communications this... mehr