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Boris Gutkin

Theoretical Neuroscience Group
  • Boris Gutkin has been at HSE University since 2013.

Education and Degrees

  • 1999

    University of Pittsburgh

  • 1992

    North Carolina State University

Student Term / Thesis Papers

Full list of of student term / thesis papers

Courses (2020/2021)

Courses (2019/2020)

Advanced Computational Neuroscience (Master’s programme; Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience; 2 year, 1, 2 module)Eng

Courses (2015/2016)

Advanced Computational Neuroscience (Master’s programme; Faculty of Social Sciences; 2 year, 1, 2 module)Eng



NSF Grant: Oscillations in Working Memory: coordinator (18Ml Rubles)

PSL* (Paris) Structural grant: coordinator/ PI (value 100 K Euros)

CRCNS-ANR “GABA”/ NIH (NIAAA) RO1: France coordinator/PI (total value 600 K Euros)

ANR Blanc “Cerebcomp” : co-PI, team leader (total value 140 K Euros)



ANR Blanc “Neurobot” 2010-2014: team leader/ co-PI (value 100K)

BION Tempus EACEA: France training site leader (total value 1,100 K Euros)

ENP Collaborative Grant (PI): value 200K Euros

NeuroIC 2010 Collaborative Grant (PI): value 24K

ANR 2009 MNP “Dopanic” Team Leader (co-PI): value 120K

NERF Grant 2009, 2010: value 120K

EU MEXT BIND (project coordinator, 2006-2010) value 1,100 K Euros

Alliance UK-France collaboration award (2006-7 and 2010-2012)

EU BACS Integrated Project (work-package deputy leader, 2007-2010), value 300 K Euros

ANR Blanc 2005 “Cognitive” Team Leader value 30 K Euros

NIH/NIDDK SBIR grants (co-PI) “Interactive tools for diabetic children” 1997-1999 value:190 K USD

IBRO award, NATO award, NSF(USA) award for Les Houches 2003; 25 K Euros

NSF Bioinformatics Graduate Fellowship 1999-2002 value: 150 K USD










Employment history

Present Position


2013-present       Invited Professor, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia.

2009-present       Director,  Group for Neural Theory, Laboratoire de Neuroscience Cognitive, INSERM U960, DEC, ENS

2011- present      Senior Research Scientist (Director of Research, Full Professor equivalent) CNRS, France


Positions Previously Held

2012-2014         Vice Chairman, Institut pour l’Etude de la Cognition, ENS, Paris

2004-2011         Research Scientist (CR1), CNRS, France

2005- 08            Principle Investigator and co-Leader, Group for Neural Theory, College de France and Department of Cognitive Studies, ENS, Paris.

03/2008             Invited Scientist, Okinawa Institute of Technology, Okinawa, Japan

2004-06             Research Scientist, Recepteurs et Cognition, Departement de Neuroscience, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France

2002-04            Senior Research Fellow, Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit,                    

University College London, London, UK

1999-2002         NSF Biological Informatics Fellow,

Coginition et Recepteurs, Department of Neuroscience, Institut Pasteur, Paris, France

UNIC, Institut Alfred Fessard, CNRS, France

1997-99             Vice President for Research and Development, DBAZA, Inc, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

1993-99             Graduate Research Assistant and Neural Processes in Cognition Fellow, Department of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

1990-93             Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant, Biomathematics Graduate Program, Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC USA

1989-90             Executive Producer Assistant, Mosflim Studios and Creator Film Productions, Moscow, Russia

Upcoming Neuroeconomics Symposium Aims to Share New Research and Build International Collaboration

On September 23-24, the CCCP19 Symposium ‘Cognition, Computation, Neuroeconomics and Performance’ will be held at HSE University. The goal of the symposium is to exhibit cutting edge research at the CCDM, a leading cognitive neuroscience research centre in Russia, and LNC2, a leading European research centre in neuroeconomics, cognitive neuroscience and neural theory. Ahead of CCCP19, the HSE News Service spoke with the conference organizer and several invited speakers about the plan for this symposium and the importance of their research in the field.

HSE Research Teams to Receive Russian Science Foundation Grants in 2017

The Russian Science Foundation has announced winners of its latest grant competition to support basic scientific research and exploratory scientific research conducted by research teams.

HSE Researchers to Create a Mathematical Model of the Brain

The HSE Centre for Cognition and Decision Making together with a group of other Russian research centres is about to begin work on creating a mathematical model of the human brain. With its help scientists will be able to study the processes which take place in the brain and brain disease. It could be used for medical purposes in the future.