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Richard Tomsett

  • Dr
  • Software Developer
  • IBM United Kingdom Ltd
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Research interests

neuromorphic computingdeep learningmachine learningcomputational neuroscience

About

IBM Emerging Technologies.

Co-authors (50)

  • Maureen Johnson
  • Dan Harvey
  • Matthew Jones

Publications (5)

  • Identifying neural contributions to the local field potential through modeling: a review of Barbieri et al. (2014)

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  • Modelling local field potential features during network gamma oscillations.

    • Tomsett R
    • Ainsworth M
    • Thiele A
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  • Modelling spatially realistic local field potentials in spiking neural networks using the VERTEX simulation tool.

    • Tomsett R
    • Ainsworth M
    • Thiele A
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  • Virtual Electrode Recording Tool for EXtracellular potentials (VERTEX): comparing multi-electrode recordings from simulated and biological mammalian cortical tissue

    • Tomsett R
    • Ainsworth M
    • Thiele A
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  • 100 Questions: identifying research priorities for poverty prevention and reduction

    • Sutherland W
    • Goulden C
    • Bell K
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Professional experience

Software Developer

IBM United Kingdom Ltd

September 2015 - Present

JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow

Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology

March 2014 - March 2015(a year)

Education history

PhD Theoretical Neuroscience

Newcastle University

September 2010 - March 2014(4 years)

MRes Medical and Molecular Biosciences

Newcastle University

September 2009 - August 2010(a year)

MSc Artificial Intelligence

University of Edinburgh

September 2007 - August 2008(a year)

BSc Joint Honours Physics & Computer Science

Durham University

October 2004 - July 2007(3 years)