Anthony KellemsÕs CAAM Page

Last updated on March 21, 2010

 

 
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Contact info:

Duncan Hall 2105

E-mail: tkellems[at]rice[dot]edu

 

Research info:

Current (Fall 2007 – Present):

Morphologically Accurate Neuronal Modeling:

 

NEW!!! Kellems, Chaturantabut, Sorensen, Cox (2010). Morphologically accurate reduced order

modeling of spiking neurons. J. Comput. Neurosci.

The original publication is available at  www.springerlink.com: DOI: 10.1007/s10827-010-0229-4

 

Kellems, Roos, Xiao, Cox (2009). Low-dimensional, morphologically accurate models

of subthreshold membrane potential. J. Comput. Neurosci.

The original publication is available at  www.springerlink.com: DOI: 10.1007/s10827-008-0134-2

 

 

Fall 2006 – Fall 2007:

Hippocampal Modeling and Simulation

MASTERÕS THESIS: Efficient and Accurate Simulation of Integrate-and-Fire Neuronal Networks in the Hippocampus, advisor Dr. Steve Cox

 

Summer 2006:

Modeling Region CA3 in the Hippocampus

 

Spring 2005 (at Oxford University, UK):

Computing Functions of Matrices Via Contour Integrals and the Trapezoid Rule, advised by Prof. Nick Trefethen

Power Law Behavior in Networks, advised by Prof. Patrick McSharry

 

Summer 2004:

Preconditioning Techniques for Eigenvalue Methods, advised by Dr. Mark Embree

 

Summer 2003:

Dynamics of Rayleigh Quotient Iteration, advised by Dr. Mark Embree

 

Conferences:

7th Annual GCC TCN (2009)

SIAM Annual Meeting 2009

3rd TAMMS (2009)

6th Annual GCC TCN (2008)

SIAM Life Sciences 2008

NIBIB Grantees Mtg. 2008

FACM 2008: Frontiers in Applied and Computational Mathematics

2nd TAMMS (2008)

1st Texas Applied Mathematics Meeting for Students (TAMMS) (2007)

5th Annual GCC Conference on Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience (GCC TCN) (2007)

 

Talks:

 

SIAM Annual Meeting 2009:

Morphologically Accurate Reduced Order Modeling of Spiking Neurons

 

GCC TCN 2008

and

FACM  2008 (Frontiers in Applied and Computational Mathematics):

Radical Dimension Reduction of Morphologically Accurate Neuronal Models  

 

March 2008: (2nd TAMMS)

Radical Dimension Reduction of Morphologically Accurate Neuronal Models 

 

November 2006: Efficient and Accurate Simulation of Integrate-and-Fire Neuronal Networks

 

November 2005: Computing Matrix Functions via Contour Integrals

 

Posters:

SIAM Life Sciences 2008: Radical Dimension Reduction of Morphologically Accurate Neuronal Models

 

Spring 2008: PIAF: A New Parallel Neuronal Network Simulator

 

Spring 2007: Efficient and Accurate Neuronal Network Simulation

 

Summer 2006: Simulation of Memory Formation in Neuronal Networks

 

December 2004 (at Oxford University, UK): Visualizing the Dynamics of Rayleigh Quotient Iteration