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Josef Ladenbauer, PhD

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Room: MAR 5049 
Phone: 314-28915
Fax: 314-73121
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Administrative office MAR 5-6
Marchstraße 23
10587 Berlin, Germany


Research Interests

  • Modeling neuronal activity of single cells and networks, bridging mechanistic models and statistical analyses of neural data; collective dynamics, electrical stimulation
  • Mean-field methods, model reduction, stability analyses, Bayesian inference

 

Curriculum Vitae
10/2016-06/2017
Group for Neural Theory, École Normale Supérieure Paris
Guest scientist
since 03/2010
Neural Information Processing Group, Technische Universität Berlin
Researcher / Teaching assistant associated with Collaborative Research Center 910: Control of self-organizing nonlinear systems
12/2008-02/2010
Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing, Technische Universität Wien
Research on motor control in spinal cord injury
08/2006-08/2007
City University of New York
Exchange scholar
10/2002-11/2008
Technische Universität Wien
Diploma study in Technical Mathematics
Publications
2017
Augustin* M, Ladenbauer* J, Baumann F and Obermayer K, "Low-dimensional spike rate models derived from networks of adaptive integrate-and-fire neurons: comparison and implementation", PLOS Computational Biology
2017
Ladenbauer* J, Ladenbauer* J, Külzow N, de Boor R, Avramova E, Grittner U and Flöel A, "Promoting sleep oscillations and their functional coupling by transcranial stimulation enhances memory consolidation in mild cognitive impairment", Journal of Neuroscience
2017
Meyer R, Ladenbauer J and Obermayer K, "The influence of mexican hat recurrent connectivity on noise correlations and stimulus encoding", Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience
2016
Aspart* F, Ladenbauer* J and Obermayer K, "Extending integrate-and-fire model neurons to account for the effects of weak electric fields and input filtering mediated by the dendrite", PLOS Computational Biology
2016
Bielievtsov* D, Ladenbauer* J and Obermayer K, "Controlling statistical moments of stochastic dynamical networks", Physical Review E
2016
Ladenbauer J, Augustin M and Obermayer K, "Intrinsic control mechanisms of neuronal network dynamics", In Schöll E, Klapp S and Hövel P (editors): Control of Self-Organizing Nonlinear Systems
2015
Ladenbauer J, "The collective dynamics of adaptive neurons: insights from single cell and network models", Doctoral Thesis
2014
Ladenbauer J, Augustin M and Obermayer K, "How adaptation currents change threshold, gain, and variability of neuronal spiking", Journal of Neurophysiology
2013
Ladenbauer J, Lehnert* J, Rankoohi* H, Dahms T, Schöll E and Obermayer K, "Adaptation controls synchrony and cluster states of coupled threshold-model neurons", Physical Review E
2013
Augustin* M, Ladenbauer* J and Obermayer K, "How adaptation shapes spike rate oscillations in recurrent neuronal networks", Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience
2012
Ladenbauer J, Augustin M, Shiau LJ and Obermayer K, "Impact of adaptation currents on synchronization of coupled exponential integrate-and-fire neurons", PLOS Computational Biology
2011
Danner S, Hofstoetter US, Ladenbauer J, Rattay F and Minassian K, "Can the human lumbar posterior columns be stimulated by transcutaneous spinal cord stimulation? A modeling study", Artificial Organs
2010
Ladenbauer J, Minassian K, Hofstoetter US, Dimitrijevic MR and Rattay F, "Stimulation of the human lumbar spinal cord with implanted and surface electrodes: a computer simulation study", IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering
2008
Ladenbauer J, "Simulation of the excitation of human lower spinal cord structures with surface electrodes: 3D finite element analysis and nerve fiber modeling", Diploma Thesis

* Equal contributions

 

Teaching
SS 2011
Technische Universität Berlin
Machine Intelligence II
WS 2010/11
Technische Universität Berlin
Machine Intelligence I
SS 2010
Technische Universität Berlin
Machine Intelligence II

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