Before this, I was a post-doc working on similar topics at Wulfram Gerstner’s lab (EPFL, Switzerland). My PhD thesis was on the roles and connectivity of interneurons in the rodent olfactory bulb, supervised by Upinder S. Bhalla (NCBS, India). And even earlier, I did a Master’s in Physics (TIFR, India) and a Bachelor’s in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IIT Madras, India).
A. Gilra and U. S. Bhalla. ‘Bulbar microcircuit model predicts connectivity and roles of interneurons in odor coding’. PLOS ONE 10 (5): e0098045, 2015.
M. Martinolli, W. Gerstner and A. Gilra, ‘Multi-timescale memory dynamics in a reinforcement learning network with attention-gated memory’. arXiv:1712.10062 [q-bio.NC].
A. Gilra and W. Gerstner. ‘Non-linear motor control by local learning in spiking neural networks’. arXiv:1712.10158 [q-bio.NC].
Code and further details on my homepage.
Institute for Genetics,
University of Bonn,
53115, Bonn, Germany.
agilra AT uni-bonn.de
+49 (0) 228 73 7020