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Theoretical Neuroscience and Complex Systems Research Group

Who we are

We are an interdisciplinary group of researchers with similar interests but different formal training: a chemist, biologists, computer scientists, and physicists. The fundamental mission of our research group is to promote the understanding of complex systems, concentrating primarily on the functioning of the nervous system.

What we do

In order to achieve our goals, on the one hand, we develop and apply new data analysis systems which allow us to process and analyse the important amount of experimental data produced by our collaborating partners. On the other hand, we create mathematical models for a better understanding of the phenomena inferred behind the measured phenomena.
Although the majority of our work focuses on the scientific problems related to the functioning and the functional disorders of the nervous system, the new analysis methods and models we have developed have a sphere of application that is not limited to the nervous system. We have studied a great number of complex systems, from the reference structures of budget fluctuations to the time-lines characterising electricity consumption.

Our latest results

Interested in joining us?

We are always looking for motivated students and potential collegues. Feel free to browse our listed projects and contact us to learn more.

Address

The Complex Systems and Computational Neuroscience Group,
Department of Computational Sciences,
Wigner Research Centre for Physics

Konkoly-Thege w. 29-33,
H-1121 Budapest, Hungary