Position PhD Student
Nationality Uruguayan
Room W3 266
Tel +49 521 106 6569
e-mail federico.pedraja[@]uni-bielefeld.de

 

Current Research


 

Publications 

Pedraja F, Perrone R, Silva A, Budelli R. (2016) Passive and active electroreception during agonistic encounters in the weakly electric fish Gymnotus omarorum. Bioinspir. Biomim. 11, doi:10.1088/1748-3190/11/6/065002 | LINK  

Gómez-Sena L, Pedraja F, Sanguinetti-Scheck J.I, Budelli R. (2014) Computational modeling of electric imaging in weakly electric fish: Insights for physiology, behavior and evolution. J Phys-Paris 108, 112-128. doi:10.1016/j.jphysparis.2014.08.009 | LINK 

Pedraja F, Aguilera P, Caputi AA,  Budelli R. (2014) Elecric imaging through Evolution, a Modeling Study of Commonalities and Differences.; PLOS Comp. Biol., doi/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003722 | LINK

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Sanguinetti-Scheck JI, Pedraja EF, Cilleruelo E, Migliaro A, Aguilera P, Caputi AA, Budelli R. (2011) Fish geometry and electric organ discharge determine functional organization of the electrosensory epithelium. PLoS ONE 6, 10.1371/journal.pone.0027470 | LINK

 

Conference Proceedings | Talks

Pedraja, F (2015) Motion parallax cues as a determinant of relative depth in the electrosensory system. German electric fish’ workshop, Bonn, Germany

Pedraja, F (2011) Advances in electrolocation models: G. omarorum: a fish with a distributed electric organ. ANGELS’ workshop, Montevideo, Uruguay 

 

Conference Proceedings | Posters

Pedraja F, Hofmann V,  Klocke D, Engelmann J. (2016) Object detection through electrolocation: the action-perception loop in gnathonemus petersii. 109th annual meeting of the DZG, Kiel, Germany

Pedraja F, Hofmann V,  Klocke D, Engelmann J. (2016) Object detection in electrosensory learning: the action-perception loop in gnathonemus petersii. 12th international congress of neuroethology, Montevideo, Uruguay

Pedraja F, Hofmann V, Engelmann J. (2015) Action for perception: electric flow during parallax motion as a source of object distance information. 108th annual meeting of the DZG, Graz, Austria

Pedraja, F, Perrone R, Silva A, Budelli R. (2015) Electroreception in agonist contests of weakly electric fish  9th world congress international brain research organization, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Hofmann V, Pedraja F, Engelmann J. (2014) Estimation of object distance based on electrosensory input dynamics. 107th annual meeting of the DZG, Goettingen, Germany

Pedraja, F, Perrone R, Budelli R. (2013) Electric fights: electroreception during agonistic encounters in Gymnotus omarorum. XXVIII congreso anual de la sociedad argentina de investigación en neurociencias & reunión satélite sobre neurobiología del comportamiento: “neuroetología y neurobiología de la memoria en el cono sur” un homenaje a héctor maldonado, Córdoba, Argentina

Migliaro A, Pedraja F, Silva A. (2013) Daily changes in electric behavior in two species of south american weakly electric fish. XII latin american symposium on chronobiology, Mendoza, Argentina

Pedraja F, Caputi A, Budelli R. (2012) Estudio comparativo de la electrolocalización en peces eléctricos de pulso y de onda con órgano extendido. XIV jornadas de la sociedad uruguaya de biociencias , Piriapolis, Uruguay

Pedraja F, Caputi A, Budelli R. (2012) A comparative study of electrolocation in wave and pulse-like electric fish with extended organ. I Falan congress, Cancún, Mexico

Pedraja F, Quintana L, Macadar O, Valle-Lisboa JC. (2012)Two models for the reproduction of the basic electrophysiological properties of the pacemaker nucleus of brachypopomus gauderio. I Falan congress, Cancún, Mexico

Pedraja F, Sanguinetti-Scheck JI, Budelli R. (2012) Passive and active electroreception images in the interaction of two weakly electric fish. I Falan congress, Cancún, Mexico

Pedraja F; Sanguinetti-Scheck JI, Cilleruelo E, Migliaro A, Aguilera P, Caputi A, Budelli R. (2010) Modelo computacional de gymnotus omarorum: un pez eléctrico de pulso con órgano distribuido. 13th jornadas de la sociedad uruguaya de biociencias , Piriapolis, Uruguay

 

MA Thesis

Electroreception in Gymnotus omarorum: from the interaction with simple objects to complex social behaviors | LINK (spanish)

Bachelor Thesis

Computational modeling of Gymnotus omarorum: An electric pulse fish with a distributed organ | LINK (spanish)

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