EPFL Neuro Investigators – Neurotechnology

Aude Billard

Control and design of robotic systems for human interactions

Olaf Blanke

Mechanisms of body perception, body awareness and self-consciousness in humans

Gregoire Courtine

Motor control and neuroprosthetics in rodents, monkeys and humans

Diego Ghezzi

Neuro-optoelectronic interfaces and visual prosthesis

Pascal Fua

Computer vision and neural circuit tracing

Friedhelm Hummel

Human sensorimotor systems, plasticity and rehabilitation after stroke and traumatic brain injury

Auke Ijspeert

Locomotion in biologically-inspired robots

Graham Knott

Electron microscopy of the ultrastructure of synapses, cells and circuits

Stéphanie Lacour

Technology of soft bioelectronic interfaces, including ultra-compliant neural electrodes

Henry Markram

Structure, function and plasticity of neuronal microcircuits in rodents and in silico

Alexander Mathis

Neural Modeling and Measurement of Behavior

Mackenzie Mathis

Mechanisms underlying adaptive behavior in intelligent systems

Silvestro Micera

Neural interfaces and robotic systems to restore sensorimotor function in people

Carl Petersen

Neuronal circuits for reward-based learning of goal-directed behaviour in mice

Pavan Ramdya

Neural circuits driving behavior in flies and robots

Philippe Renaud

Microfabrication technologies for bioelectronic devices such as micro-electrodes for neural recordings

Carmen Sandi

Mechanisms of stress and anxiety in humans and rodents

Ralf Schneggenburger

Synaptic mechanisms of fear learning in mice

Felix Schürmann

Structure, function and plasticity of neuronal microcircuits in silico

Mahsa Shoaran

Neural interface microsystems, neuromodulation and neural data analysis

Jean-Philippe Thiran

Image processing and diffusion tensor imaging analysis of human brain connectivity

Dimitri Van De Ville

Innovative data-processing tools for analysis of human neuroimaging data