- name         Heraldo MEMELLI 
 - email	heraldo DOT memelli AT  stonybrook DOT edu
 - Linkedin	http://www.linkedin.com/pub/heraldo-memelli
 - about	Ph.D. student in Computer Science, Fall '08 - present (expected graduation: December 2014)
		Stony Brook University 
 - research	Computational Neuroscience: Building efficient large-scale spiking neural network simulation software
                    to better understand brain function and answer neuroscience research questions. 
 - advisor	Prof. Larry Wittie
 - co-advisor	Prof. Irene Solomon
 - publications
    1. H. Memelli, B. Torben-Nilsen, and J. Kozloski.
        Self-referential forces are sufficient to explain different dendritic morphologies.
        In Frontiers in Neuroinformatics (2013).
    2. H. Memelli, K. Horn, L. Wittie, and I. Solomon.
        Analyzing the effects of gap-junction blockade on neural synchrony via a motoneuron network computational model.
        In Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience, December 2012.
    3. K. Horn, H. Memelli and I. Solomon.
        Emergent Central Pattern Generator Behavior in Gap Junction Coupled Hodgkin-Huxley Style Neuron Model.
        In Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience, December 2012.
    4. J. Zito, H. Memelli, K. Horn, I. Solomon, L. Wittie.
        Application of a Staggered-Walk algorithm for generating large-scale morphological neuronal networks.
        In Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience, October 2012.
    5. P. Montes, H. Memelli, C. Ward, J. Kim, J. S. B. Mitchell, and S. Skiena.
        Optimizing Restriction Site Placement for Synthetic Genomes.
        In Proceedings of the 21st Annual Symposium on Combinatorial Pattern Matching (CPM 2010), 
        volume 6129 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 323-337. Springer, June 2010.
          [show abstract][slides][BibTeX]    6. L. Wittie, H. Memelli, R. Welsch.
        Billion neuron memory models in slender Blue Genes.
        In Program 208.30/MMM21, 2010 Neuroscience Meeting Planner, 
        San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, November 2010. Online. (poster)
    7. H. Memelli, K.Horn, L. Wittie, I. Solomon
        A Computational Model of the entire hypoglossal motor nucleus.
        In Program 189.07/TT13, 2011 Neuroscience Meeting Planner,  
        Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, November 2011. Online. (poster)