Potluck dinner

PALM group Potluck dinner on June 19th 2018. We celebrated the end of another fruitful year filled with interesting PALM meetings, many experiments and even more ideas for experiments!

A quantitative theory of gamma synchronization in macaque V1.

Lowet E, Roberts MJ, Peter A, Gips B, De Weerd P. Elife. 2017 Aug 31;6. pii: e26642. doi: 10.7554/eLife.26642. This paper proposes a new theoretical framework based on the mathematics of weakly coupled oscillators to understand neural communication. Using pairs of depth probe recordings in primary visual cortex, the investigators show that […]

PALM symposium – June 2017

On June 19th, we had a PALM symposium, where 8 of our group members presented progress in their projects. It was great to share the discoveries of this year with each other! The titles of the talks can be seen below. PALM symposium Olaf: Attentional modulation through saccades in perceptual […]

End of year party – June 2017

On July 1st 2017 we celebrated the end of a nice and productive academic year 2016-2017. It was a nice day with lots of good food and drinks, and good company. As happens at the end of the year, some of us left for greener pastures. Bert Jans decided to […]

Goodbye party for Astrid Valles and Eric Lowet

In September 2016, Astrid Valles and Eric Lowet have left us after many years of great collaboration and good times. Astrid Valles is now working at Uniqure, a company that aims to develop gene therapy for various human diseases. Eric Lowet left to start a postdoc at MIT with Robert […]

SfN Chicago – 2015

From the 17th to 21st October 2015, we were well represented in the annual event of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) at McCormick Place in Chicago. The meeting was attended by more than 29,000 colleagues from more than 80 different countries.