Robert Rosenbaum

Assistant Professor



University of Notre Dame
Dept. of Applied and Computational
Mathematics and Statistics
153 Hurley Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556

Office: 173A Hurley Hall





Neurons operate in a noisy and dynamically complex environment. My group uses stochastic analysis and dynamical systems theory to study how coherent function arises from the interplay between noise and dynamics in the brain.

Specific research interests:

- Statistical dynamics of cortical circuits.
- The role of the basal ganglia in motor learning and motor disease.
- Stochastic dynamics with nonlocal interactions and linear response techniques.


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Group members




2017 International Conference on Mathematical Neuroscience (ICMNS)

May 30 - June 2, 2017: Hotel Boulderado, Boulder CO.

Abstract submission is open now until January 31, 2017!

Conference website.




Fall 2016 teaching:

ACMS 40730: Mathematical and Computational Modeling