Virtual Poster #23 – Criticality and Chaotic Trajectories in Brain-Mind Visual Experiences

By: Giuseppe Vitiello,  Dipartimento di Fisica "E.R.Caianiello", Università di Salerno, 84084 Fisciano (Salerno), Italy We discusses brain visual experiences in conditions of low degree of openness of the brain toward the environment, for example, while dreaming, during meditation, or in non-ordinary brain activity states such as under the effects of psychoactive substances, in the state … Continue reading Virtual Poster #23 – Criticality and Chaotic Trajectories in Brain-Mind Visual Experiences

Virtual Poster #22 – The role of modularity in the formation of macroscopic patterns on modular networks

by Bram Alexander Siebert, University of Limerick Email me Modularity plays a significant role in the formation of patterns of activity onbrain networks due to the small spectral gap of modular networks. As a byproduct, themodularity leads to the formation of macroscopic patterns, where the amount of activatorand inhibitor on nodes in the same modules … Continue reading Virtual Poster #22 – The role of modularity in the formation of macroscopic patterns on modular networks

Virtual Poster #21 – Synergistic information in a dynamical model implemented on the human structural connectome reveals spatially distinct associations with age

by Daniele Marinazzo, Gent University, Belgium Email me Implementing the Ising model on a 2D lattice, we showed that the joint synergistic information shared by two variables on a target one peaks before the transition to an ordered state (critical point). Here we implemented the same model on individual structural connectomes, to answer these questions:Does … Continue reading Virtual Poster #21 – Synergistic information in a dynamical model implemented on the human structural connectome reveals spatially distinct associations with age