Bio-inspired, task-free continual learning through activity

Francesco Lässig, Pau Vilimelis Aceituno, Martino Sorbaro, Benjamin F. Grewe (Biological Cybernetics, 2023)

Meta-Learning via Classifier (-free) Guidance.

Elvis Nava, Seijin Kobayashi, Yifei Yin, Robert K. Katzschmann, Benjamin F. Grewe (TMLR, in press)

AI to the Rescue of Voltage Imaging.

Jerome Lecoq, Kaspar Podgorsky, Benjamin F. Grewe (Cell Reports Methodes, Spotlight, 2023, in press)

Learning Cortical Hierarchies with Temporal Hebbian Updates.

Pau Vilimelis Aceituno, Matilde Tristany Farinha, Reinhard Loidl, Benjamin F. Grewe (Frontiers. Comp. Neurosc, 2023)

Homomorphism Autoencoder – Learning Group Structured Representations from Observed Transitions.

Hamza Keurti, Hsiao-Ru Pan, Michel Besserve, Benjamin F. Grewe, Bernhard Schölkopf, (ICML, 2023)

Deep Brain Imaging in the Move

Jerome Lecoq, Roman Boehringer, Benjamin F. Grewe, (Nat. Methods, News&Views, 2023)

Fast Aquatic Swimmer Optimization with Differentiable Projective Dynamics and Neural Network Hydrodynamic Models

Elvis Nava; John Z. Zhang; Mike Y. Michelis; Tao Du; Pingchuan Ma; Benjamin F. Grewe; Wojciech Matusik; Robert K. Katzschmann. (NeurRips 2021, spotlight)

Minimizing Control for Credit Assignment with Strong Feedback

Alexander Meulemans; Matilde Tristany Farinha; Maria R. Cervera; João Sacramento; Benjamin F. Grewe. (ICLM, 2022)

Different encoding of reward location in dorsal and intermediate hippocampus

Przemyslaw Jarzebowski; Audrey Hay; Benjamin F. Grewe; Ole Paulsen. (Current Biology, 2022)

Credit Assignment in Neural Networks through Deep Feedback Control

Alexander Meulemans; Matilde Tristany Farinha; Javier García Ordóñez; Pau Vilimelis Aceituno; João Sacramento; Benjamin F. Grewe (NeurRips 2021, spotlight)

Posterior Meta-Replay for Continual Learning

Christian Henning; Maria R. Cervera; Francesco D’Angelo; Johannes von Oswald; Regina Traber; Benjamin Ehret; Seijin Kobayashi; Benjamin F. Grewe; João Sacramento (NeurRips 2021)

Continual Learning in Recurrent Neural Networks

Benjamin Ehret, Christian Henning, Maria R. Cervera, Alexander Meulemans, Johannes von Oswald, Benjamin F. Grewe (ICLR, 2021)

Neural networks with late-phase weights

Johannes von Oswald, Seijin Kobayashi, Alexander Meulemans, Christian Henning, Benjamin F. Grewe, João Sacramento (ICLR, 2021)

Fast retrograde access to projection neuron circuits underlying vocal learning in songbirds.

Daniel Düring, Falk Dittrich, Mariana D. Rocha, Ryosuke O. Tachibana, Chihiro Mori, Kazou Okanoya, Roman Boehringer, Benjamin Ehret, Benjamin F. Grewe, Melanie Rauch, Jean C. Paterna, Robert Kasper, Manfred Gahr, Richard H.R. Hahnloser (Cell Reports, 2020)

Deep learning-based behavioral analysis reaches human accuracy and is capable of outperforming commercial solutions.

Oliver Sturman, Lukas von Ziegler, Christa Schläppi, Furkan Akyol, Mattia Privitera, Daria Slominski, Christina Grimm, Laetitia Thieren, Valerio Zerbi, Benjamin F. Grewe & Johannes Bohacek  (Nature Neuropsych., 2020)

A Theoretical framework for Target Propagation.

Alexander Meulemans, Francesco S. Carzaniga, Johan A.K. Suykens, João Sacramento, Benjamin F. Grewe  (NeurRips, 2020, spotlight)

Continual Learning with Hypernetworks.

Johannes von Oswald, Christian Henning, Benjamin F. Grewe, João Sacramento  (ICLR, 2020, spotlight)

Wide. Deep. Fast. Recent Advances in vivo Multi-Photon Microscopy of Neuronal Activity.

Jérôme Lecoq, Natalia Orlova, Benjamin F. Grewe.  (Journal Neurosc. 2019, REVIEW)

Amygdala neuronal ensembles dynamically encode behavioral states.

Jan Gründemann, Yael Bitterman, Tingjia Lu, Sabine Krabbe, Benjamin F. Grewe, Mark J Schnitzer, Andreas Lüthi (Science 2019)

An amygdalar neural ensemble that encodes the unpleasantness of pain

Gregory Corder, Biafra Ahanonu, Benjamin F. Grewe, Dong Wang, Mark J Schnitzer, Grégory Scherrer  (Science 2019)

Diametric neural ensemble dynamics in parkinsonian and dyskinetic states.

Jones G. Parker, Jesse D. Marshall, Biafra Ahanonu, Yu-Wei Wu, Tony Hyun Kim, Benjamin F. Grewe, Yanping Zhang, Jin Zhong Li, Jun B. Ding, Michael D. Ehlers & Mark J. Schnitzer (Nature 2018)

Neuronal Representation of Social Information in the Medial Amygdala of Awake Behaving Mice.

Ying Li, Alexander Mathis, Benjamin F. Grewe, Jessica A. Osterhout, Biafra Ahanonu, Mark J. Schnitzer, Venkatesh N. Murthy, Catherine Dulac (Cell 2017)

Social Behavior shapes hypothalamic neural ensemble representations of conspecific sex.

Ryan Remedios, Ann Kennedy, Mariel Zelikowsky, Benjamin F. Grewe, Mark J. Schnitzer and David J. Anderson (Nature 2017)

Neural dynamics underlying a long-term associative memory.

Benjamin F. Grewe, Jan Gründeman, Jerome Lecoq, Lacey Kitch, Jones G Parker, Jesse D. Marschall, Jin-Zhong Li, Andreas Lüthi and Mark J. Schnitzer  (Nature 2017)

Distinct Hippocampal Pathways Mediate Dissociable Roles of Context in Memory Retrieval.

Chun Xu, Sabine Krabbe, Jan Gründemann, Paolo Botta, John Fadok, Fumitaka Osakada, Dieter Saur, Benjamin F. Grewe, Mark J. Schnitzer, Ed Callaway, Andreas Lüthi  (Cell 2016)

4A/Nogo-A influences the distribution of Kir4.1 but is not essential for potassium conductance in retinal Müller glia.

Sandrine Joly, Dana A. Dodd, Benjamin F. Grewe, Vincent PernetReticulon (Neurosc. Letters 2016)

High-speed recording of neural spikes in awake mice and flies with a fluorescent voltage sensor.

Yiyang Gong, Cheng Huang, Jin Zhong Li, Benjamin F. Grewe, Yanping Zhang, Stephan Eismann and Mark J. Schnitzer (Science, 2015)

Cellular Level Brain Imaging in Behaving Mammals: An Engineering Approach.

Elizabeth J. O. Hamel, Benjamin F. Grewe, Jones G. Parker, Mark J. Schnitzer (Neuron 2015, REVIEW)

Visualizing mammalian brain area interactions by dual-axis two-photon calcium imaging.

Jerome Lecoq, Joan, Dejan Vučinić, Benjamin F. Grewe, Huyn Kim, Jin-Zhong Li, Lacey Kitch and Mark J. Schnitzer (Nat. Neurosc., 2014)

High-speed two-photon calcium imaging of neuronal population activity using acousto-optic deflectors.

Benjamin F. Grewe and Fritjof Helmchen (Cold Spring Harb Protoc, 2014)

Two-photon optogenetic toolbox for fast inhibition, excitation and bistable modulation.

Rohit Prakash, Ofer Yizhar, Benjamin F. Grewe Charu Ramakrishnan, Nancy Wang, Inbal Goshen, Adam M. Packer, Darcy S. Peterka, Raphael Yuste, Mark J. Schnitzer and Karl Deisseroth (Nat. Methodes, 2012)

Selective Regulation of NR2B by Protein Phosphatase-1 for the Control of the NMDA Receptor in Neuroprotection

Mélissa Farinelli, Fabrice Heitz, Benjamin F. Grewe, Shiva Tyagarajan, Fritjof Helmchen and Isabelle Mansuy (PLoS One, 2012)

Enhancement of CA3 hippocampal network activity by activation of group II metabotropic glutamate receptors.

Jeanne Ster, José María Mateos, Benjamin F. Grewe, Guyllaume Coiret, Fritjof Helmchen and Urs Gerber (PLoS One, 2012)

Fast two-layer two-photon imaging of neuronal cell populations using an electrically tunable lens.

Benjamin F. Grewe, Fabian F. Voigt, Marcel van ’t Hoff and Fritjof Helmchen (Biomedical Opt. Express, 2011)

High-speed in vivo calcium imaging reveals spike trains in neuronal networks with near-millisecond precision.

Benjamin F. Grewe, Dominik Langer, Björn Kampa and Fritjof Helmchen (Nature Methods, 2010)

Backpropagation of realistic action potential output along apical and basal dendrites of slender-tufted L5A pyramidal neurons.

Benjamin F. Grewe, Audrey Bonan and Andreas Frick (Front in Cell Neurosc, 2010)

Optical probing of neuronal ensemble activity.

 Benjamin F. Grewe and Fritjof Helmchen (Curr. Opin. Neurobiology, 2009, REVIEW)