Cyrille Rossant

New paper in Nature


We've just published Fully integrated silicon probes for high-density recording of neural activity in Nature. The paper (signed by 35 authors) describes the results of a large research project involving the Allen Institute, University College London, HHMI's Janelia Research Campus, and imec, a nanoelectronics research center in Belgium.

New paper in Nature

Hiring a scientific developer


We're looking for an outstanding Python programmer to help us develop data sharing platforms and software for neuroscience data. This is a large collaboration between ~50 neuroscientists from 20 labs around the world.

New paper in Nature Neuroscience


We published a new paper in Nature Neuroscience about our spike sorting method. This paper is accompanied by an open source software suite named klusta, which includes automatic and manual programs for extracting spikes from large multielectrode recordings.

Paper in Nature Neuroscience

Setting up a blog with Pelican and GitHub Pages


I describe how I set up my static blog/website in Python with Pelican, pandoc, Docker, Dockerhub, GitHub pages, and Travis CI.

Should you use HDF5?


This is a follow-up on my post Moving away from HDF5 (see also Konrad Hinsen's post, and discussions on Twitter and Hacker News). Here are some further thoughts, in no particular order.