I obtained a PhD from Humboldt University of Berlin, after which I worked as a staff scientist for a major public research center (CNRS). My research was at the interface between biophysics, neuroscience and machine learning.
I have used Python language in wide range of problems: from automating tasks such as podcast syncing to simulation of biology-inspired neural networks. I use Python also for teaching.
I am the project lead of three Open Source projects:
- SpikeSort – spike sorting library in Python
- svg_utils – SVG manipulation and figure composition library
- NeuronEAP – Python library for simulating electric fields of the brain
I have contributed to many other projects including: