(Italian version only) Articolo pubblicato su la Repubblica, inserto Salute, il 25 Febbraio 2021
The “Padova Neuroscience Center-PNC” is glad to inform that one of our PhD Students, Arianna Menardi, has been recently awarded for her presentations during a Conference.
Arianna Menardi won a Poster Award with her presentation “Network-targeted TMS stimulation via individualized target selection: a new route toward enhanced reliability”, during the “Transcranial Brain Stimulation in Cognitive Neuroscience Workshop- II Edition” organized by the Center for Mind/Brain Science- CIMeC (https://event.unitn.it/tbs-cnw/).
The “Padova Neuroscience Center-PNC” is glad to inform that two of our PhD Students, Miriam Celli and Tommaso Volpi, have been recently awarded for their presentations during two Conferences.
Miriam Celli won the “SIPF Youth Award” as Best Scientific Contribution with her presentation, called “Resting-State EEG Signatures of Visual Exploration Styles”, during the XVIII Conference of the Società Italiana di Psicofisiologia e Neuroscienze Cognitive
Tommaso Volpi won the “Gamma Prize 2020” for the Best oral proffered talk, with his presentation called: “The negative relationship between brain metabolism and its network dynamics: stability requires more energy”, during the Pet is Wonderful 2020’s Conference.
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(Italian version only) Articolo pubblicato nel sito neurologiaitaliana.it del 17 marzo 2020.
(Italian version only) Articolo pubblicato nell’inserto “Salute” del Corriere della Sera del 16 luglio 2020.
Prof. Maurizio Corbetta’s interview on “Newton” tv magazine.
Along with host Davide Coero Borga and his guests to explore main points of scientific knowledge and find out what research is still investigating. On this episode prof. Maurizio Corbetta talks about the brain.
“What we know is a drop, what we don’t know is an ocean.”
“Brain function relies on circuits of spiking neurons with synapses playing the key role of merging transmission with memory storage and processing. Electronics has made important advances to emulate neurons and synapses and brain-computer interfacing concepts that interlink brain and brain-inspired devices are beginning to materialise. We report on memristive links between brain and silicon spiking neurons that emulate transmission and plasticity properties of real synapses.”
See the full article here: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-58831-9