Sandrine Chemla
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Voltage-sensitive dye imaging: Technique review and models
S Chemla, F Chavane
Journal of Physiology-Paris 104 (1-2), 40-50, 2010
Modeling mesoscopic cortical dynamics using a mean-field model of conductance-based networks of adaptive exponential integrate-and-fire neurons
Y Zerlaut, S Chemla, F Chavane, A Destexhe
Journal of computational neuroscience 44 (1), 45-61, 2018
A biophysical cortical column model to study the multi-component origin of the VSDI signal
S Chemla, F Chavane
NeuroImage 53 (2), 420-438, 2010
Suppressive traveling waves shape representations of illusory motion in primary visual cortex of awake primate
S Chemla, A Reynaud, M Di Volo, Y Zerlaut, L Perrinet, A Destexhe, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (22), 4282-4298, 2019
Improving voltage-sensitive dye imaging: with a little help from computational approaches
S Chemla, L Muller, A Reynaud, S Takerkart, A Destexhe, F Chavane
Neurophotonics 4 (3), 031215-031215, 2017
How do high-level specifications of the brain relate to variational approaches?
T Viéville, S Chemla, P Kornprobst
Journal of Physiology-Paris 101 (1-3), 118-135, 2007
Anticipatory responses along motion trajectories in awake monkey area V1
G Benvenuti, S Chemla, A Boonman, L Perrinet, GS Masson, F Chavane
BioRxiv, 2020.03. 26.010017, 2020
Biophysical cortical column model for optical signal analysis
S Chemla, F Chavane, T Vieville, P Kornprobst
BMC Neuroscience 8 (Suppl 2), P140, 2007
Effects of GABAA kinetics on cortical population activity: computational studies and physiological confirmations
S Chemla, F Chavane
Journal of neurophysiology 115 (6), 2867-2879, 2016
Anticipation in the retina and the primary visual cortex: Towards an integrated retino-cortical model for motion processing
S Souihel, B Cessac
ICMNS 2019-The 5th International Conference on Mathematical NeuroScience, 2019
Interocular normalization in monkey primary visual cortex
A Reynaud, S Roux, S Chemla, F Chavane, R Hess
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 534-534, 2018
Modeling cortical maps with feedbacks
P Kornprobst, T Viville, S Chemla, O Rochel
PERCEPTION 35, 53-53, 2006
Anticipation of an approaching bar by neuronal populations in awake monkey V1
G Benvenuti, S Chemla, A Boonman, G Masson, F Chavane
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 479-479, 2015
High resolution, wide field optical imaging of macaque visual cortex with a curved detector
I Racicot, E Muslimov, S Chemla, K Blaize, M Ferrari, F Chavane
Journal of Neural Engineering 19 (6), 066022, 2022
Suppressive waves disambiguate the representation of long-range apparent motion in awake monkey V1
S Chemla, A Reynaud, M diVolo, Y Zerlaut, LU Perrinet, A Destexhe, ...
J. Neurosci 2792 (18), 2792-18.2019, 2019
Voltage-sensitive dye imaging
S Chemla, F Chavane
Handbook of Neural Activity Measurement, 92-135, 2012
Imaging multiple cortical areas with high spatio-temporal resolution using innovative wide-field imaging system
M Bourbousson, I Racicot, E Muslimov, T Behaghel, K Blaize, A Bourdet, ...
Neurophotonics 11360, 1136002, 2020
Anticipation in the retina and the primary visual cortex: towards an integrated retino-cortical model for motion processing
B Cessac, S Souihel, M Di Volo, F Chavane, A Destexhe, S Chemla, ...
Workshop on visuo motor integration, 2019
A first step towards in silico neuronal implementation of early-vision map
O Rochel, S Chemla, P Kornprobst, T Viéville, A Daouzli, S Saighi, ...
SSD'07: Fourth International Multi-Conference on Systems, Signals and Devices, 2007
A 1st step towards an abstract view of computation in spiking neural networks
P Kornprobst, S Chemla, O Rochel, T Viéville
Proc NeuroComp, 2006
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