Ulysse Klatzmann

Ulysse Klatzmann

PhD Student in NeuroCognitive Modeling

Université Paris Cité/ University of Oxford

About Me

Parisian, born and raised! Curiosity drove my whole life, and led me to the wonderful labs of Daniel Margulies and Sean Froudist-Walsh - my two PhD supervisors and mentors - where I study the emergence of conscious access from the cortex topological architecture. My passion for mathematics and computer science gave me a computational angle.
I spend most of my time simulating global dynamics within whole cortex models and chilling on the river banks or rooftops of beautiful Paris.

I’m deeply into scientific discussions, especially with people I don’t agree with. This is, I guess, one of the reason that led me to the MESEC adventure, a series of international Workshops and WinterSchools that I organize with friends from all around the globe, under the sun of the Mediterrean see.

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  • Cognitive Science
  • Computational Neuroscience
  • Dynamical Systems
  • Cheese
  • PhD in NeuroCognitive Modeling, 2022-2025

    Université Paris Cité/ University of Oxford

  • Master of Science in Cognitive Science, 2019

    Ecole Normale Supérieure

  • Master of Engineering (Major in Data Science and Entrepreneurship), 2014

    Telecom Paris

  • Undergrad in Computational Neuroscience, 2013

    Columbia University


Dynamical Systems
Large Scale Dynamical Simulations
Project Management


Université Paris Cité, University of Oxford
PhD Student
Université Paris Cité, University of Oxford
Apr 2022 – Present Paris
Research Scholar
Oct 2019 – Jun 2021 New York City
Modeling Ignition within Dynamical Large Scale Networks

Recent Publications

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(2022). A connectome-based model of conscious access in monkey cortex. On BioRxiv.


(2015). Excitatory to inhibitory connectivity shaped by synaptic and homeostatic plasticity. BMC Neuroscience.

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