Hugo Bohy from the Faculté Polytechnique of the University of Mons recently joined our lab as an intern. In the March NERF newsletter, he talks about what it’s like doing an internship externally during the ongoing pandemic. “Even though it is not the same working from home, being part of NERF has been a really excitingContinue reading “Internship during COVID-19”
Congrats to Dr. Jasper Wouters, joint PhD in the Kloosterman lab and the Bertrand lab at ESAT, for successfully defending his PhD on ‘Design and Validation of Low-complexity Methods for Resolving Spike Overlap in Neuronal Spike Sorting’.
To have a conversation and interact in a meaningful way, you have to be constantly aware of what has already been said. You have to remember the recent past. But how does that work? How does our brain create a memory? Lies Deceuninck, PhD student in our lab, explains it in this 3-minute video forContinue reading “Science outreach with Lies Deceuninck”