Chair holder | Patricia Reynaud-Bouret

 

Patricia Reynaud-Bouret (CNRS)

 

Short bio

Patricia Reynaud-Bouret is Director of research at CNRS (LJAD, math lab) and member of the team "Modeling, Simulation and Neurocognition" (joint team LJAD/I3S). She is also the Director Neuromod Institute. Her research interests include: neurosciences and cognition (analysis of spikes trains and functional connectivity, learning models), adaptive statistics (model selection, Lasso and multiple testing), point processes (Hawkes, Poisson, Aalen), concentration inequalities. She was awarded the CNRS Silver Medal in 2021 and received the Pierre Faurre Prize of the French Academy of Sciences in 2020.

 

Research topic | MEL: Modeling and estimating learning 

We are defining new probabilistic models and new estimation methods to understand the deformation of functional connectivity during learning in in vivo experiments.