[Comp-neuro] MSc Theoretical and Computational Neuroscince, University of Plymouth, UK

Roman Borisyuk R.Borisyuk at plymouth.ac.uk
Wed Mar 7 18:04:43 CET 2007

Dear Post Master,

Could you please send an advert of MSc programme (see below)  to

Sincerely, Roman


Roman Borisyuk, DSc, PhD

Professor of Computational Neuroscience

Centre for Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience

University of Plymouth

A224, Portland Sq

Plymouth, PL4 8AA


Phone: +44 (0) 1752 232619

Fax: +44 (0) 1752 233349

E-mail: RBorisyuk at plymouth.ac.uk



Unique MSc programme Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience at
University of Plymouth, UK. 

The course is full time for 12 months, starting in September 2007


The aim of this multidisciplinary programme is to foster a new
generation of scientists who have been trained in both
mathematical/computational skills and neuroscientific methodologies.

Neuroscience is one of the most intensively developing and important
sciences of the 21st century. Theoretical neuroscience provides the
solid basis necessary to understand the data and shed fresh light on the
basic mechanisms underpinning brain function at the cellular, circuit
and systems levels.

The programme is developed in the Centre for Theoretical and
Computational Neuroscience (CTCN) <http://www.plymneuro.org.uk/> . The
CTCN is one of the leading centres in the field of theoretical
neuroscience. The Centre has bought together a range of international
experts from various backgrounds. This rich mix of computational,
mathematical and neuroscience expertise provides a unique opportunity
for students to acquire multidisciplinary training.


Entry requirements

A minimum of a lower second class honours degree (2.2) in Maths,
Computing, Engineering, or Sciences. A basic knowledge of Mathematics,
Computing and Programming. For overseas students: IELTS 6.5 or



For more information and application see




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