Professor für Datengetriebene Analyse biologischer Netzwerke
MEG Unit, Brain Imaging Center
Goethe University Frankfurt/Main
Heinrich Hoffmann Straße 10
+49 (0) 69 6301 83193
MEG, Computational Neuroscience
Neural information dynamics quantifies the information processing consequences of neural activity - for each element of a neural circuit and for each time step. It allows to track the flow and modification of information in neural systems step-by-step and thus shows how neural computation unfolds in space and time. Magnetoencephalography allows to record electric activity from the human brain with millisecond and millimeter resolution. Predictive coding theory suggests that brains fuse prior information and sensory inputs via the generation of predictions for upcoming inputs, and their comparison to the actual inputs. Mismatches are thought to update predictions continuously. My research focuses on the distinction of the neural signatures of errors and predictions proper.
Professor for Magnetoencephalography (W2). Brain Imaging Center, Goethe University, Frankfurt
Offer for a W2-Professorship and the post of the director of the Biomagnetic Center, Friedrich-Schiller University Jena, declined
Semiconductor Process Engineer, Sunways AG, Konstanz
Wibral M, Priesemann V, Kay JW, Lizier JT, Phillips WA (2017) Partial information decomposition as a unified approach to the specification of neural goal functions. Brain Cogn 112:25-38.>> Link to PubMed
Brodski A, Paasch GF, Helbling S, Wibral M (2015) The Faces of Predictive Coding. J Neurosci 35(24):8997-9006.>> Link to PubMed
Gómez C, Lizier JT, Schaum M, Wollstadt P, Grützner C, Uhlhaas P, Freitag CM, Schlitt S, Bölte S, Hornero R, Wibral M (2014) Reduced predictable information in brain signals in autism spectrum disorder. Front Neuroinform 8:9. eCollection 2014>> Link to PubMed
Vicente R*, Wibral M*, Lindner M, Pipa G (2011) Transfer entropy--a model-free measure of effective connectivity for the neurosciences. J Comput Neurosci 30(1):45-67. *equal contribution>> Link to PubMed
Grützner C, Uhlhaas PJ, Genc E, Kohler A, Singer W, Wibral M (2010) Neuroelectromagnetic correlates of perceptual closure processes. J Neurosci 30(24):8342-52.>> Link to PubMed
Coordinator; Center Grant LOEWE Grant “Neuronale Koordination Forschungschwerpunkt Frankfurt (NeFF)”
Section editor at Megcommunity.org, Associate Editor Frontiers in Robotics and Artifical Intelligence
Reviewing for: Neuron, Journal of Neuroscience, PLOS Computational Biology, and others. Reviewing for the DFG, the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO), the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), and the Human Brain Project.
Co-PI, Project “Context Deep net”, Open call for expression of interest in Systems and Cognitive Neuroscience of the HBP
Coordinator, Center Grant LOEWE NeFF Extension Period
Travel grant awarded by the Commonwealth Scientifc and Industrial Research Organisation for two month stay as a guest scientist at CSIRO, Sydney, Australia
PI and member of the board, Center Grant LOEWE Grant “Neuronale Koordination Forschungschwerpunkt Frankfurt (NeFF)”
Co-PI, Grant „Electrophysiological Correlates of Perceptual and Cognitive Dysfunctions in Schizophrenia“, German-Israel Foundation (GIF).