Articles

N Kraynyukova and T Tchumatchenko 

Stabilized supralinear network can give rise to bistable, oscillatory, and persistent activity

PNAS (2018) [Journal Link]

T Herfurth and T Tchumatchenko

How linear response shaped models of neural circuits and the quest for alternatives

Current Opinion in Neurobiology (2017) [Journal Link] 

A Dettner*, S Münzberg* and T Tchumatchenko (*equal contrib, alphabetical order) 

Temporal pairwise spike correlations fully capture single-neuron information

Nature Communications (2016) [Journal Link]

L. A. Gatys, A. S. Ecker, T Tchumatchenko, and M Bethge 

Synaptic unreliability facilitates information transmission in balanced cortical populations

Phys Rev E (2015) [Journal Link

T Tchumatchenko* and C Clopath* (*equal contribution)

Oscillations emerging from noise-driven steady state in networks with electrical synapses and subthreshold resonance

Nature Communications (2014) [Journal Link

R Rosenbaum, T Tchumatchenko and R Moreno-Bote

Correlated neuronal activity and its relationship to coding, dynamics and network architecture

Front. Comput. Neurosci. (2014) [Journal Link

T. Tchumatchenko and T. Reichenbach 

A cochlear-bone wave can yield a hearing sensation as well as otoacoustic emission 

Nature Communications (2014) [Journal Link

E. Di Bernardino, J. Leon and T. Tchumatchenko 

Cross-Correlations and Joint Gaussianity in Multivariate Level Crossing Models 

J Math Neurosci (2014) [Journal Link

A. Malyshev, T. Tchumatchenko, S. Volgushev, M. Volgushev 

Energy-efficient encoding by shifting spikes in neocortical neurons 

Eur J Neurosci (2013) [Journal Link

T Tchumatchenko, J. P. Newman, M.-f. Fong, S. M. Potter  

Delivery of time-varying stimuli using ChR2 

Front Neural Circuits (2013) [Journal Link

T. Tchumatchenko and F. Wolf 

Representation of dynamical stimuli in populations of threshold neurons 

PLoS Computational Biology (2011) [Journal Link

T. Tchumatchenko, A. Malyshev, F. Wolf, and M. Volgushev

Ultra-fast population encoding by cortical neurons

J Neurosci (2011) [Journal Link

T. Tchumatchenko, T. Geisel, M. Volgushev, and F. Wolf

Spike correlations - what can they tell about synchrony?

Frontiers in Neuroscience 5(68):doi: 10.3389/fnins.2011.00068.2011 (2011) [Journal Link

T. Tchumatchenko, T. Geisel, M. Volgushev, and F. Wolf 

Signatures of synchrony in pairwise count correlations

Front. Comput. Neurosci. doi:10.3389/neuro.10.001.2010 (2010)[Journal Link

T. Tchumatchenko, A. Malyshev, T. Geisel, M. Volgushev and F. Wolf

Correlations and synchrony in threshold neuron models

Phys Rev Lett 104 (5), 058102 (2010) [Journal Link

Editorial

I'm hosting together with Ruben Moreno-Bote and Robert Rosenbaum a Frontiers Research Topic on Correlated neuronal activity and its relationship to coding, dynamics and network architecture. We welcome you to participate and submit a research article to our topic! [Research Topic Link]

I'm hosting together with Srdjan Ostojic a Workshop on Functional role of correlations: theory and experiment. [Workshop Link]

Selected abstracts (refereed and non-refereed)

Poster at the 20th Computational Neuroscience Meeting CNS*2011, Stockholm (Sweden) 
23.-28.7.2011 [ Abstract Link ] 

Poster (T26-16C) The ninth Göttingen Meeting of the German Neuroscience Society 
23.-27.3. 2011 [ Abstract Link ] 

Poster (414.18/PPP16) at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, San Diego (USA) 
13.-17.11.2010 [ Abstract Link ] 

Poster (192.55/B55)at the 7th FENS Forum of European Neuroscience, Amsterdam (Netherlands) 
3.-7.07.2010 [ Conference Link ] 

Poster (687.20/HH38) at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Chicago (USA) 
17.-21.10.2009 [ Abstract Link ] 

Poster (W46, p. 86-87) at the BCCN Symposium, Frankfurt (Germany) 
30.09-2.10.2009[ Abstract Link ] 

Poster at the 18th Computational Neuroscience Meeting CNS*2009, Berlin (Germany) 
18.–23.7.2009 [ Abstract Link ] 

Poster (T26-1A) at the 8th Göttingen Meeting of German Neuroscience Society, Goettingen (Germany) 
25.-29.03.2009 [ Conference Link ] 

Poster (498.6/VV24) at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Washington (USA) 
15.-19.11.2008 [ Abstract Link ]