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Lukas Adam Brostek

Dr. Lukas Adam Brostek

GSN Alumnus WS 12/13

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Topic of Thesis: Eye velocity gain fields for visuo- motor coordinate transformations: a multi-level analysis of neuronal activity in cortical area MSTd

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Stefan Glasauer

Nationality: German

Publication(s):

Brostek L, Büttner U, Mustari MJ and Glasauer S. (2012) Neuronal variability of MSTd neurons changes differentially with eye movement and visually related variables. Cerebral Cortex 23(8):1774-1783.

Brostek L, Eggert T, Ono S, Mustari MJ, Büttner U and Glasauer S. (2011) An information-theoretic approach for evaluating probabilistic tuning functions of single neurons. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 5: 15. doi: 10.3389/fncom.2011.00015.

Ono S, Brostek L, Nuding U, Glasauer S, Büttner U and Mustari MJ. (2010) The response of MSTd neurons to perturbations in target motion during ongoing smooth-pursuit eye movements. Journal of Neurophysiology 103: 519–530.

Brostek L, Eggert T, Ono S, Mustari MJ, Büttner U and Glasauer. (2011) A method for evaluating tuning functions of single neurons based on mutual information maximization. AIP Conference Proceedings 1305:423–429.

Brostek L, Büttner U, Mustari MJ and Glasauer S. (2014) Eye velocity gain fields in MSTd during optokinetic stimulation. Cereb Cortex [Epub ahead of print].


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