Minicourse on computational neuroscience for physicists
This is a series of three lectures intended to introduce physicists to
I have given versions of these lectures at the 13th Nordic Symposium on
Computer Simulations in Natural Science, and as part of the MIT course 8.515J Biological
Physics, taught by Prof. Benedek.
Suggestions for further reading
- L. R. Squire and E. R.
Kandel. Memory: from mind to molecules. Scientific American Library, 1999.
- E. R. Kandel, J. H.
Schwartz, and T. M. Jessell, eds. Principles of neural science. Appleton &
- B. Hille. Ionic channels of
excitable membranes, 2nd ed. Sinauer, 1992.
- D. Johnston and S. Wu.
Foundations of cellular neurophysiology. MIT Press, 1995.
- C. Koch and I. Segev, eds.
Methods in Neuronal Modeling 2nd ed. MIT Press, 1998.
- J. Hertz, A. Krogh, and R.
G. Palmer. Introduction to the Theory of Neural Computation, Addison-Wesley, 1991.