The image was created by ME-art: a multielectrode recording from a culture of neurons controlling robotic arms moving pens on a piece of paper.

With kind permission from Guy Ben-Ary and Steve Potter.

ABOUT

 

The Leslie and Susan Gonda (Goldschmied) Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center at Bar-Ilan University brings together researchers in a variety of fields which are essential to understanding the brain, including psychology, physics, linguistics, computing and biology.

Research at the Gonda Center studies the brain at all levels - from behavior and cognitive processing through detailed mechanisms of information processing in neural circuits, to the analysis of vital molecules within nerve cells. Research approaches cover all techniques from personal interviews, through electro physiology and from molecular biology to abstract mathematical modeling. The Gonda Center attracts new, top-flight researchers from Israel and around the world.

 


 

FEATURED RESEARCH

Is realistic neuronal modeling realistic?

 

Almog, M. and Korngreen, A., 2016. Journal of Neurophysiology.

 

Scientific models are abstractions that aim to explain natural phenomena. A successful model shows how a complex phenomenon arises from relatively simple principles...

 

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RECENTLY PUBLISHED

Roei Herzig, Moshiko Raboh, Gal Chechik, Jonathan Berant & Amir Globerson, Mapping Images to Scene Graphs with Permutation-Invariant Structured Prediction. Neural Information processing systems (NIPS), Arxiv 1802.05451 (2018).

 

Yuval Atzmon & Gal Chechik, Probabilistic AND-OR attribute grouping for Zero-shot learning. Uncertainty in Artifical intelligence (UAI 2018), Arxiv 1806.02664 (2018).

 

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New tenure track positions at the Gonda Brain Research Center starting in the academic years 2019-2020.

more info here.

 

Congratulations to Prof. Hamutal Slovin
Congratulations to Prof. Hamutal Slovin for being elected among 50 most influential women for 2017 in Israel

for details
http://www.globes.co.il/news/home.aspx?fid=9558

 

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