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Tiziano Zito

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Room: FR 6003
Phone: +49 30 314 24390
Email: tiziano.zito_AT_bccn-berlin.de

Affiliation:
Modelling of Cognitive Processes
Berlin Institute of Technology and
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience
Berlin, Germany

Postal Address:
Modellierung kognitiver Prozesse
Technische Universität Berlin
Sekretariat FR 6-4
Franklinstr. 28/29
D-10587 Berlin

Software

I am one of the author and current maintainers of the Modular toolkit for Data Processing (MDP): a Python data processing framework.

Teaching

I taught some computational neuroscience modules in the past, but recently I've been teaching Software Carpentry for scientists. I am one of the organizers of the G-Node schools in scientific computing:

Publications

  • Zito, T., Wilbert, N., Wiskott, L., Berkes, P. (2009)
    Modular toolkit for Data Processing (MDP): a Python data processing framework
    Front. Neuroinform. (2008) 2:8, doi:10.3389/neuro.11.008.2008 download (PDF, 892,6 KB)
  • Herz, A., Meier, R., Nawrot, M., Schiegel, W., Zito, T. (2008)
    G-Node: An integrated tool-sharing platform to support cellular and systems neurophysiology in the age of global neuroinformatics
    Neural Networks 21(8):1070-1075 download (PDF, 1,1 MB)
  • Blaschke, T., Zito, T., and Wiskott, L. (2007)
    Independent slow feature analysis and nonlinear blind source separation
    Neural Computation 19(4):994-1021 download (PDF, 699,3 KB)
  • Zito, T. and Wiskott, L. (2006)
    Diagonalization of time-delayed covariance matrices does not guarantee statistical independence in high-dimensional feature space
    Proc. ICA Research Network International Workshop:120-122 download (PDF, 371,5 KB)
  • Zito, T. and Seidel, C. (2002)
    Equilibrium Charge Distribution On Annealed Polyelectrolytes
    Eur. Phys. J. E 8:339-346 download (PDF, 340,3 KB)
  • Zito, T. (2001)
    Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Simulation Of Polymer Chains With A Fluctuating Charge Distribution (Annealed Polyelectrolytes)
    Theoretical Physics diploma thesis. Bologna University (Italy) download (PDF, 3,7 MB)

Curriculum Vitae

09/2009-present
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience and Technical University, Berlin, Germany
(kind of) Postdoc in the MKP group. I am responsible for the IT in the group and I (try to) coordinate our efforts in scientific software development.
03/2008−present
G-Node, Germany

Consultant for scientific computing and system administrator at the German Neuroinformatics Node of the INCF

05/2007−08/2009
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience, Berlin, Germany

Consultant for scientific computing and system administrator
10/2006−12/2008
Institute for Theoretical Biology of the Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany
System administrator
08/2002−03/2007
Institute for Theoretical Biology of the Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

Graduate student in the Neural Computation group. Research topic: development of computational algorithms for blind source separation and slow feature analysis.
Supervisor:
I am currently writing my PhD thesis ;-)
09/2001−08/2002
International Max Planck Research School on Biomimetic Systems, Potsdam, Germany


Graduate student. Research topic: ecological networks and models in theoretical ecology.
Supervisor:

11/2000−06/2001
Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam, Germany

Visiting undergraduate student at the department Theory and Bio-Systems


1996−2001
Università di Bologna, Italy

Undegraduate studies of Theoretical Physics. Thesis: “Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Simulation Of Polymer Chains With A Fluctuating Charge Distribution (Annealed Polyelectrolytes)”
Supervisors: and

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