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Nikita Novikov

  • Nikita Novikov has been at HSE University since 2013.

Education

2009

Degree
Moscow State Institute of Radiotechnology, Electronics and Automatics

Courses (2020/2021)

Courses (2018/2019)

Publications52

Conferences

  • 2017

    Memory School (part of the Intensive Research Program on the Mathematics of Memory (MATHMEM)) (Барселона). Presentation: Semi-numerical method for computationally effective analysis of working memory models

  • CNS-2017 (Антверпен). Presentation: Semi-numerical method for computationally effective analysis of working memory models

  • 2015

    Rovereto Attention Workshop 2015 (Роверето). Presentation: Post-error modulations of theta and alpha activity in the auditory condensation task

Grants

Russian Humanitarian Scientific Fund grant 15-06-10742 "Complex investigation of intra- and intermodal feature binding"

Government contract № 14.608.21.0001, "Development of technologies for the representation of cortical functions in silico"


Employment history

2007-2013. Research Institute "Argon", programmer

2010-2013. Dorodnicyn Computing Centre of RAS, junior research fellow

2013 - present. National Research University Higher School of Economics, School of Psychology, Research and Study Group of Cognitive Psychophysiology, junior research fellow

2014 - present. National Research University Higher School of Economics, Centre for Cognition % Decision Making, junior research fellow

Researchers Come Up with a New Explanation of Processes that Underlie Working Memory

Researchers from the HSE Centre for Cognition & Decision Making have developed a computational model of working memory and demonstrated the stabilizing effect of gamma oscillations, as well as the importance of fast interaction between the model components. The study results have the potential to become part of a theoretical basis for experiments on improving working memory functions with non-invasive brain stimulation. The study was published in Frontiers in Neural Circuits .