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Denis Alevi

Denis Alevi
Lupe

Room 5.016

Tel.: +49 30 314 24391

Denis studied Physics at Heidelberg University, where he worked on Neuromorphic Hardware for his bachelor’s thesis. Currently he is pursuing a master’s degree in Computational Neuroscience at the Bernstein Center in Berlin and joined the lab in 2017. For his master’s thesis he is trying to understand how biologically motivated constraints to network architectures can lead to episodic to semantic memory transformations in a mechanistic model of systems memory consolidation. To this end, he uses methods from machine learning, computational models from neuroscience and mathematical analysis. Denis is also interested in algorithms for simulating spiking neural networks on graphics processing units and has developed the open source software Brian2CUDA.

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