[Comp-neuro] PhD Studentships – Centre for Robotics and Neural Systems (CRNS), Plymouth University, UK
R.Borisyuk at plymouth.ac.uk
Mon Aug 3 12:21:33 CEST 2015
PhD Studentships – Centre for Robotics and Neural Systems (CRNS), Plymouth University, UK
Following on the exceptional performance of Plymouth University in the UK Research Excellence Framework 2014, the university is now advertising the availability of 50 PhD studentships for study commencing in 2015/16.
Of these studentships, at least two will be allocated to research projects and supervisors of the Centre for Robotics and Neural Systems (CRNS), within the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
The first studentship can cover any topic within the CRNS research areas:
* Cognitive and Humanoid Robotics
* Computational Neuroscience
* Artificial Intelligence
The second studentship will focus on Autonomous Systems, possibly with relevance to unmanned marine systems, and will be in collaboration with the School of Marine Science and Engineering:
For more details on the CRNS research projects, interests and supervisors, see:
For general information on the studentships and application procedure, see:
We recommend that in the application form and cover letter you specify a research topic and preferred supervisor. You are also encouraged to contact the individual supervisors before applying, for informal discussion.
The application deadline is 15 September 2015
Roman Borisyuk, DSc, PhD
Professor of Computational Neuroscience
School of Computing and Mathematics
University of Plymouth
A224, Portland Sq
Plymouth, PL4 8AA
Phone: +44 (0) 1752 584949
E-mail: RBorisyuk at plymouth.ac.uk<mailto:RBorisyuk at plymouth.ac.uk>
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