Chiara De Luca

Chiara De Luca
Sapienza University of Rome | la sapienza · Department of Neuroscience, Mental Health and Sense Organs NESMOS

Master of Science

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Neuroscience is moving towards a more integrative discipline, where understanding brain function requires consolidating the accumulated evidence seen across experiments, species, and measurement techniques. A remaining challenge on that path is integrating such heterogeneous data into analysis workflows such that consistent and comparable conclusio...
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Sleep is known to play a central role in learning and cognition, yet the mechanisms underlying its role in stabilizing learning and improving energetic management are still to be clarified. It is characterized by patterns of cortical activity alternating between the stages of slow wave sleep (NREM) and rapid eye movement sleep (REM). In this work,...
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The brain exhibits capabilities of fast incremental learning from few noisy examples, as well as the ability to associate similar memories in autonomously-created categories and to combine contextual hints with sensory perceptions. Together with sleep, these mechanisms are thought to be key components of many high-level cognitive functions. Yet, li...
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Recent enhancements in neuroscience, like the development of new and powerful recording techniques of the brain activity combined with the increasing anatomical knowledge provided by atlases and the growing understanding of neuromodulation principles, allow studying the brain at a whole new level, paving the way to the creation of extremely detaile...
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Over the past decade there has been a growing interest in the development of parallel hardware systems for simulating large-scale networks of spiking neurons. Compared to other highly-parallel systems, GPU-accelerated solutions have the advantage of a relatively low cost and a great versatility, thanks also to the possibility of using the CUDA-C/C+...
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Over the past decade there has been a growing interest in the development of parallel hardware systems for simulating large-scale networks of spiking neurons. Compared to other highly-parallel systems, GPU-accelerated solutions have the advantage of a relatively low cost and a great versatility, thanks also to the possibility of using the CUDA-C/C+...
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The brain exhibits capabilities of fast incremental learning from few noisy examples, as well as the ability to associate similar memories in autonomously-created categories and to combine contextual hints with sensory perceptions. Together with sleep, these mechanisms are thought to be key components of many high-level cognitive functions. Yet, li...
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Slow waves (SWs) are spatio-temporal patterns of cortical activity that occur both during natural sleep and anesthesia and are preserved across species. Even though electrophysiological recordings have been largely used to characterize brain states, they are limited in the spatial resolution and cannot target specific neuronal population. Recently,...
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Slow waves (SWs) occur both during natural sleep and anesthesia and are universal across species. Even though electrophysiological recordings have been largely used to characterize brain states, they are limited in the spatial resolution and cannot target specific neuronal population. Recently, large-scale optical imaging techniques coupled with fu...

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