Publications

Journal Papers


  • Béhuret, S., Deleuze, C. & Bal, T. (Dec. 2015; Invited Paper). Corticothalamic Synaptic Noise as a Mechanism for Selective Attention in Thalamic Neurons. Frontiers in Neural Circuits, 9, 80. Research Topic on “Thalamic Function – Beyond a Simple Relay“. [PDF]
  • Béhuret, S., Deleuze, C., Gomez, L., Frégnac, Y. & Bal, T. (Dec. 2013). Cortically-controlled population stochastic facilitation as a plausible substrate for guiding sensory transfer across the thalamic gateway. PLoS Computational Biology, 9(12), e1003401. [PDF] [Supp] [ModelDB] [Demo]
  • Bédard, C., Béhuret, S., Deleuze, C., Bal, T. & Destexhe, A. (Sept. 2012). Oversampling method to extract excitatory and inhibitory conductances from single-trial membrane potential recordings. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 210(1), 3-14. [PDF] [ModelDB] [Demo]
  • Deleuze, C., David, F., Béhuret, S., Sadoc, G., Shin, H. S., Uebele, V. N., Renger, J. J., Lambert, R. C., Leresche, N. & Bal, T. (Aug. 2012). T-type calcium channels consolidate tonic action potential output of thalamic neurons to neocortex. The Journal of Neuroscience, 32(35), 12228-12236. [PDF]
  • El Boustani, S., Marre, O., Béhuret, S., Baudot, P., Yger, P., Bal, T., Destexhe, A. & Frégnac, Y. (Sept. 2009). Network-state modulation of power-law frequency-scaling in visual cortical neurons. PLoS Computational Biology, 5(9), e1000519. [PDF] [Supp]

 

Talks & Posters


  • Yavuz, E. & Béhuret, S. (Oct. 2018). Photorealistic Style Transfer for Automated Image Editing (Poster). NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference Europe (“GTC EU 2018”), Munich, Germany. Topic: “Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning“. [PDF]
  • Béhuret, S., Deleuze, C. & Bal, T. (Jan. 2016). Corticothalamic Synaptic Noise as a Mechanism for Selective Attention in Thalamic Neurons (Poster). Neuroscience Workshop Saclay (“NeWS 2016”), Gif-sur-Yvette, France.
  • Béhuret, S. (Mar. 2014; Invited Talk). Context-dependency in the transfer of sensory information in thalamocortical circuits (Talk). Artificial life reading group regular seminar series, University of Sussex, Brighton, United Kingdom. Invited by Professor Thomas Nowotny.
  • Béhuret, S., Gomez, L., Frégnac, Y. & Bal, T. (Dec. 2010). Context-dependent information transfer in model thalamocortical circuits (Poster). 10th Neurobiology Conferences Ladislav Tauc: From Mathematical Image Analysis to Neurogeometry of the Brain, Gif-sur-Yvette, France.
  • Béhuret, S., Gomez, L., Frégnac, Y. & Bal, T. (July 2010). Context-dependency in the transfer of sensory information in thalamo-cortico-thalamic circuits (Poster). 7th FENS Forum Abstracts, 192.5, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Béhuret, S., Gomez, L., Frégnac, Y. & Bal, T. (Jan. 2010). Synaptic noise modulation in the thalamocortical system (Talk & Poster). FACETS 4th Plenary Meeting, Dresden, Germany.
  • El Boustani, S., Marre, O., Béhuret, S., Baudot, P., Yger, P., Bal, T., Destexhe, A. & Frégnac, Y. (Jan. 2010). Power law scaling of the Vm activity of V1 cells is stimulus dependent (Talk). FACETS 4th Plenary Meeting, Dresden, Germany.
  • Bal, T., Béhuret, S., Deleuze, C., Gomez, L., Piwkowska, Z., Wolfart, J., Debay, D., Brette, R., El Boustani, S., Marre, O., Baudot, P., Yger, P., Rudolph, M., Le Masson, G., Sadoc, G., Destexhe, A. & Frégnac, Y. (Sept. 2009). Hybrid biological-artificial neuronal networks (Poster). French National Research Agency (“ANR”) symposium on Physics-Chemistry-Biology Interface: Physics, chemistry and biology meet together under the pine trees, Fréjus, France.
  • Marre, O., El Boustani, S., Béhuret, S., Monier, C., Bal, T., Destexhe, A. & Fregnac, Y. (Oct. 2008). Stimulus-dependency in the power-law scaling of the subthreshold activity of V1 cells (Poster). Proceedings of the second french conference on Computational Neuroscience (“Neurocomp08”), Marseille, France.

 

PhD Thesis


  • Béhuret, S. (May 2012). Examining the neural code and sensory signal transfer control mechanisms through hybrid interfaces in the visual system (Doctoral Dissertation). University of Pierre and Marie Curie (“UPMC”; Paris, France), Brain-Cognition-Behaviour Doctoral School (“ED3C”; Paris, France), Unit of Neuroscience, Information and Complexity (“UNIC”; Gif-sur-Yvette, France). [PDF]