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Modeling Sleep and Plasticity
Sleep is beneficial for the consolidation of memories. To understand the difference of synaptic plasticity during sleep and wakefulness, we are using theoretical modeling and computational neuroscience approaches.
We are focusing on the major questions:
Currently we have an open PhD / postdoc position - informal enquiries and applications are welcome!
We also have opportunities for master or bachelor thesis projects, as well as student assistant positions and (limited) opportunities for postdoctoral or senior visiting scientists.
claussen (at) inb.uni-luebeck.de
martinetz (at) inb.uni-luebeck.de
The project is funded by the DFG SFB 654 Plasticity and Sleep, project A8 (Claussen/Martinetz) (Modeling the thalamocortical system during sleep) and by the Graduate School.