I regularly teach tutorials and short courses about the Brian simulator, or more generally about simulations of spiking neural networks. Some examples of this are the tutorials I gave at the EITN fall school, or at courses at Sorbonne University and at Université de Paris. I make the material for these courses available in the brian-material GitHub repository. From 2017 to 2019, I have also been a tutor for the OIST computational neuroscience summer school in Okinawa, Japan.

I also teach best practices in software development more generally, as an instructor for the Software Carpentry initiative. I've been a certified instructor since 2016.

Student supervision

I have supervised and co-supervised several BSc and MSc student internships, in particular for the Google Summer of Code (for some examples see the software page).

In case your are interested in doing a BSc/MSc internship on neural simulation technology or on neural modeling in general, please contact me.