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Matthieu Ambroise

Phd Student

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  • Laboratoire IMS, BioElectronic Group, UMR 5218 CNRS
    AS2N (Architecture of Silicon Neural Networks) Team
    351, cours de la Libération
  • TALENCE Cedex
  • 33405
  • France

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  • +33 (0)5 40 00 30 14

Miscellaneous Information

In September 2012, Matthieu Ambroise got his master degree in electronics.

In October 2012, he started his PhD at the IMS (Bordeaux) within the AS2N team.

Research Highlights

- Publications in International Journals: 1

- Publications in International Conference: 3

- Participation in research contracts:

  • BrainBow (FP7, FET Young Explorer, 2012-2015).

Research Interests

My research interests are focused on the design of bio-inspired and neuromimetic digital systems for hybrid connection.

Teaching activity

Since 2012 up to now, Matthieu Ambroise is temporary teacher and supervisor of under and postgraduate students (electronics and informatics) at the University of Bordeaux.

Most significant publications since 2012

Journal Papers

M. Ambroise, T. Lévi, S. Joucla, B. Yvert, S. Sghi (2013). "Real-time biomimetic Central Pattern Generators in an FPGA for hybrid experiments". Frontiers in Neuroscience (doi: 10.3389/fnins.2013.00215).

Conference Abstracts and Papers

S. Joucla, M. Ambroise, et al. (2013). "Generation of locomotor-like activity in the isolated rat spinal cord by electrical microstimulations driven by an artificial CPG". EMBS on Neural Engineering.

M. Ambroise, T. Lévi at S. Sghi (2012). "Leech Heartbeat neural network on FPGA". Living Machine, London (LNAI 8064, pp.347-349).

 

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The BrainBow project acknowledges the financial support of the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) programme within the Seventh Framework Programme for Research of the European Commission, under FET-Open grant number: FP7-284772.

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