Vito Di Maio

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy 0000-0003-3331-8771

Vito Di Maio received the B.S. degree in biology from the Federico II University of Naples, Italy. He worked as a Researcher at the Institute Cybernetics “E. Caianiello” of the Italian National Research Council (CNR) from 1988 cooperating with the Academy of Sciences of Czechoslovak Republic. In 1994, he became an Invited Lecturer at the international school “Biocybernetics of vision: integrative mechanisms and cognitive processes.” In 1996, he became a Guest Professor at the Department of Physiology of the University of Bologna, and in 1998, he worked as a Guest Professor at the same department. From 2001 to 2003, he served as the Leader of Research Project between Italian National Research Council and Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic entitled “Modelling of synaptic integration in a single neuron: neurotransmitter diffusion and post-synaptic events.” 2002–2003, he worked as a Contract Professor at the Faculty of Sciences Mathematics and Physics and Natural of University of Basilicata, Potenza, Italy. In 2005, he became the General Chair of the Symposium “1st International Symposium on Brain Vision and Artificial Intelligence.” In 2007, he became a Member of the Steering Committee of the Symposium “2nd International Symposium on Brain Vision and Artificial Intelligence” He serves on the Editorial Boards of 2005 “Brain Vision and Artificial Intelligence,” Lecture Notes In Computer Sciences (LNCS 3704), Springer; 2008, Guest Editor of Brain Researcher for the Special Issue “Vision and Brain,“ Elsevier. He has been an International Referee of Biosystems, Mathematical Biosciences, Physica D, Perceptual and Motor Skills, and Ammons Scientific LTD. His interests and expertise are among computational modelling and simulation of single neuron activity modelling of synaptic transmission and synaptic integration on in neuronal activity, electrophysiology of single neuron and neuronal networks.

Biography Updated on 27 August 2012

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