Antoine BERGEL
Licence Teacher
Trained in maths & physics, I turned to cognitive science and electrophysiology to study the way information is exchanged in the brain. I grew a strong interest in neuroscience and oscillatory patterns. I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Langevin Institute (M. Tanter's lab) working on functional imaging of the brain with ultrasound during spacial navigation and sleep. I am also a math teacher at the CRI since 2013.
Antoine's Bio
[L2 Class] Project-Based Dynamical Systems for life science
Build a mathematical model from scratch - Get involved in project-based learning
[L2 Class] Dynamical Systems and Modeling Approaches
Learn the basics of modeling for research in life science
Evolution of air quality due to COVID-19 pandemia
Modeling the evolution of air quality due to COVID-19 pandemia
[Movie] Tackling maths from a different angle
Value CRI genuine pedagogical methods - Disseminate Project-based Learning
[L3 Class] Data Analysis
Learn to extract knowledge from unformatted data - Get flexible with MATLAB
L3 internship - Segmentation and morphological characterization of cytoplasmic connections between granule cells in a mouse cerebellar cortex using serial sectioning scanning electron microscopy images.
Search for 'tunneling nanotubes' TNTs in the brain using a connectomic approach. (image : Cell . 2015 Jul 30;162(3):648-61. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2015.06.054.)