[Comp-neuro] PhD scholarship on Bayesian Inference in Spiking
Andre Van Schaik
A.VanSchaik at uws.edu.au
Tue Jun 28 04:17:30 CEST 2011
The Bioelectronics Neuroscience (BENS) Research Group, at the University of Western Sydney, is seeking an excellent candidate to undertake a doctoral project with the aim of building a computer model of how Bayesian Inference can be implemented in a network of spiking neurones. The successful applicant should: hold an excellent BHons or MHons degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or equivalent; possess a working knowledge of programming in C++ and Matlab or Python; have a keen interest in how the brain works. The scholarship provides a tax free stipend of $32,860 per annum and a funded place in the doctoral degree. International students may be required to pay fees. Funding is also available for project costs.
For more information and details on how to apply, please visit: http://www.uws.edu.au/research/scholarships/new_higher_degree_research_scholarships/#bens
André van Schaik
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