What we know about the activities of neurons in parallel has changed dramatically in recent years. With the development of two-photon microscopy we now have far more detail than ever thought possible and are able to bring new techniques into behaving animal research, validating computational models and bridging the gap between microcircuits and large scale signals
Network: Computation in Neural Systems publishes high quality, innovative theoretical and experimental research exploring the elements and connections of neural systems. This includes inter/intra cellular signalling, neuronal interactions and functional connectivity with a focus on new technologies. Papers based on modelling of information processing and algorithms for learning are also welcome.
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- Editor-in-Chief: Christian Leibold, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Germany (firstname.lastname@example.org)