加藤 英之 Hideyuki Kato 

2013.02.23

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研究成果が、それを要する人々や役立てる人々(学者、企業)に的確に伝わる。 その結果最大限の学問的、資金的フィードバック(引用、grant)が研究者に戻る。 引用が研究動機を高め、資金が研究を後押しする。その結果、より質が高く人々に役立つ研究成果が生み出される、という正のスパイラルを作ることが目標。

 

Profile

2007-­‐2012:  理化学研究所 BSI-­‐トヨタ 連携センター 研究室長
2005-­‐2007:  理化学研究所 BSI 副研究室長
2002–2005:  ニューヨーク大学 脳神経センター 研究員
1999–2002:  玉川大学 CREST研究員
1994–1999:  理化学研究所 BSI 研究員
1992–1994:  学振研究員(東大 理学部)
1992:  理学博士(首都大学) 素粒子論

経歴紹介をかねて

*In my scientific publications, my name is spelled as Câteau.

1.Shinozaki, T, Naruse, Y,Câteau, H (2013) Gap junctions facilitate propagation of synchronous firing in the cortical neural population: a numerical simulation study. Neural Networks. 46:91-8.

2.Sato, YD, Okumura, K, Ichiki, A, Shiino, M, and Câteau, H (2012) Temperature Modulated Synchronization Transition in Coupled Neuronal Oscillators, Phys. Rev. E85:031910-21.

3.Yoshida, T, Ozawa, K, Câteau, H (2012) Visual Recognition of Occluded Object by Rats Studied with Two-Photon Imaging, IEICE Tech. Rep. 111(483) NC2011-178: 335-340.  *Presentation of this study at RIKEN BSI Rreat 2011 was awarded the Best Poster Award.

4.Kurashige, H and Câteau, H (2011) A Method to construct visual recognition algorithms on the basis of neural activity data, ICONIP2011, Part III, LNCS 7064:485-494. 
(The single Best Paper Award-winning paper selected from the total 262 papers)

5.Kurashige, H and Câteau, H (2011) Dendritic slow dynamics enables localized cortical activity to switch between mobile and immobile modes with noisy background input, PLoS ONE,6:e24007. ,

6.Kurashige, H, Owaki, T, Hoshino, H, and Câteau, H (2011) Design Method for Visual Processing Algorithm Using Multi-Neuron Activity Data, IEICE Tech. Rep. 110(461):13-18 ref
(The first author was awarded Young Researcher Award from the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Japan Chapter).

7.Safonov, LA, Isomura, Y, Kang, S, Struzik, ZR, Fukai, T, and Câteau, H (2010) Near scale-free dynamics in neural population activity of waking/sleeping rats revealed by multiscale analysis. PLoS ONE, 5:e12869.

8.Shinozaki, T, Okada, M, Reyes, AD and Câteau, H (2010) Flexible traffic control of the synfire-mode transmission by inhibitory modulation–nonlinear noise reduction–, Phys. Rev. E81: 011913

9.Yazaki-Sugiyama, Y, Kang, S, Câteau, H, Fukai, T and Hensch, TK (2009) Bidirectional plasticity in fast-spiking GABA circuits by visual experience, Nature 462:218-221.

10.Câteau, H, Kitano, K, and Fukai, T (2008) Interplay between a phase response curve and spike-timing-dependent plasticity leads to wireless clustering, Phys. Rev. E 77: 051909

11.Shinozaki, T, Câteau, H, Urakubo, H and Okada, M (2007) Controlling synfire chain by inhibitory synaptic input, J. Phys. Soc. Jpn., 76:044806

12.Câteau, H and Reyes, AD (2006) Relation between single neuron and population spiking statistics and effects on network activity, Phys. Rev. Lett. 96:058101

13.Câteau, H and Fukai, T (2003) A stochastic method to predict the consequence of arbitrary forms of spike-timing-dependent plasticity, Neural Comput 15:597-620.

14.Kitano, K, Câteau, H and Fukai, T (2002) Self-organization of memory activity through spike-timing-dependent plasticity, Neuro Report 13:795-798

15.Kitano, K, Câteau, H, Kaneda, K, Nambu, K, Takada, M, and Fukai, T (2002) Two-state membrane potential transitions of striatal spiny neurons as evidenced by numerical simulations and electrophysiological recordings in awake monkeys, J. Neurosci. 22:RC230

16.Câteau, H and Tanaka, S (2002) Kinetic analysis of multisite phosphorylation using analytic solutions to Michaelis-Menten equations, J. Theor. Biol.217:1-14