We are very grateful to the people who pay the bills and allow us to do our research. Here is a list of funding bodies that have supported us presently and in the past.
Goodies and resources
- Great free text books
- LaTeX rebuttal/response to reviewers template
- Selected talks
- Spiking Heidelberg Datasets
Auryn is free modular software to efficiently simulate spiking neural networks with synaptic plasticity, which we improved over the years and used in several studies (Vogels et al., Science, 2011; Zenke et al., PLOS Comp Biol, 2013; Zenke et al., Nature Comm, 2015; and more). Auryn’s code is released under the GPL.
Online resources: Project page and GitHub