Labs

Our activities are organized in several different research lines which are outlined below, to read more about each line click on the button.

Neural Coding

The Neural Coding Laboratory is a shared interdisciplinary initiative between Stefano Panzeri and Tommaso Fellin. The laboratory aims to crack the neural code by understanding the cellular mechanisms underlying the encoding, processing and transfer of information in neuronal circuits.

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Brain Stimulation

The overarching goal of the lab is to study the temporal dynamics and the compensatory physiological and behavioral responses of the visual system using noninvasive brain stimulation coupled with functional imaging and behavioral psychophysical testing.

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Neural Computation

The Neural Computation Laboratory is directed by Stefano Panzeri and aims at understanding how circuits of neurons in the brain exchange and transmit information and contribute to sensation and behavior.

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Neural Computer Interaction

The Neural Computer Interaction Laboratory aims to investigate the dynamics of the brain processes toward the development of adaptive neuromodualtion medical devices.
A major goal of the NCILab is to develop a theoretical framework to analyze and decode Electrocorticographic signals (ECoGs) ...

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MRI

The MRI Lab studies the basics and application of Magnetic Resonance Imaging from different perspectives.
The combination of anatomical and functional information afforded by neuroimaging methods, like Magnetic Resonance Imaging, provides a powerful means to investigate the brain structural and functional organization.

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Diamond

This Diamond Lab focuses on the development and application of diamond nanoprobes for biological applications.
This novel and promising technology exploits the unique properties of negatively-charged Nitrogen-Vacancy centers in diamond.

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Functional Neuroimaging

The Functional Neuroimaging Laboratory focuses on the study of mammalian brain organization at the macroscale.
We are interested in understanding how large scale functional activity and network dynamics originate, develop and govern behavioural states.

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