Introduction to Neurodynamics (EL, GE)


Behavior of neurons and neuronal networks examined with methods of nonlinear dynamics. Interpretation in phase space of excitability, spiking, bursting, phase locking, synchronization, competition, and chaos. Applications to the development of novel neurostimulation methods and to understanding dynamic mechanisms behind sensing, learning, memory, and cognition. Readings from the original literature. Prerequisites BME 301L, graduate standing or consent of instructor. (EL, GE)


Prerequisite: BME 301L/NEUROSCI 301L or Engineering Graduate standing

Cross-Listed As
  • BME 513
Typically Offered
Fall Only