We value multidisciplinary collaborative research leading to outcomes far beyond what we can achieve on our own.

The Computational and Theoretical Neuroscience has a long history of collaborations both nationally and internationally which have included:

International Collaborators:

  • University of British Columbia, Canada - Prof Priscilla (Cindy) E. Greenwood
  • University of Warwick, UK - Prof Nigel G. Stocks and Dr Robert P. Morse
  • CNRS, France - Dr Pierre-Olivier Amblard
  • Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, Japan - Dr Shiro Ikeda
  • Institute of Physiology of the Czech Republic - Prof Petr Lansky and Dr Lubomir Kostal



Australian Collaborators: Experimental Neuroscience Projects

  • John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU
  • Neuronal Network Laboratory - Assoc Prof Christian Stricker
  • Cerebral Cortex Group - Assoc Prof John M. Bekkers
  • Centre for Neuroscience, Flinders University of South Australia
  • Epilepsy Laboratory - Prof John O. Willoughby and Dr Kenneth J. Pope


    Australian Collaborations: Theoretical & Engineering Projects

    • Neuroengineering Group, Dept. Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Melbourne - Prof Anthony Burkitt, Prof Jonathon Manton, Prof David Grayden, Dr Hamish Meffin

    • Centre for Biomedical Engineering ,The University of Adelaide - Prof Derek Abbott and Dr Said Al-Sarawi