Olivier Marre

Olivier Marre is a research fellow at the Vision Institute (UPMC, INSERM, CNRS) in Paris, France. He completed his Ph.D. in 2008 in the UNIC laboratory (CNRS), studying the visual cortex, and then worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University on neural coding in the retina. Since then, his research interests have focused on population coding in the vertebrate retina.

Olivier Marre, Alain Destexhe Published January 28, 2013

Biological Physics

A new way to characterize the encoding of signals from the retina defines a distance between different stimuli according to the similarity of their neural responses.