[Comp-neuro] Master in Brain and Cognition focus on Computational Neuroscience

Ruben Moreno Bote ruben.moreno at upf.edu
Thu Jan 28 12:22:17 CET 2016


Master in Brain and Cognition focus on Computational Neuroscience,
Barcelona, Spain. Call for applicants.


The Master in Brain and Cognition being offered at Pompeu Fabra University
(UPF), Barcelona Spain (http://www.upf.edu/mbc/) opens the rolling
application period (deadline is 26th of June 2016).

The core of the master's programme is composed of the research groups at
UPF's Center for Brain and Cognition (http://cbc.upf.edu). In this email,
we emphasize the possibility of participation of outstanding candidates
with strong quantitative background, such as physics, mathematics or
machine learning eager to learn about computational neuroscience.
Candidates with these backgrounds could perform research activity with the
following experts in computational neuroscience:



Gustavo Deco (http://cns.upf.edu/)



Albert Compte (http://complab.fcrb.es/complab/pres)



Rubén Moreno-Bote (https://portal.upf.edu/web/ruben-moreno-bote)

Overall, the groups participating at the Master are directed by renowned
scientists in areas such as computational neuroscience, cognitive
neuroscience, psycholinguistics, vision, multisensory perception,
human development and comparative cognition
https://www.upf.edu/mbc/who_are_we2.html

.
Students will be exposed to the ongoing research projects at the Center
for Brain and Cognition and will be integrated in one of its main research
lines, where they will conduct original research for their final project.

Please visit the Master’s web page or contact mbc at upf.edu for further
information. Scientific-related questions such as fit of quantitative
backgrounds can be consulted to Rubén Moreno-Bote, ruben.moreno at upf.edu

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Rubén Moreno Bote
Serra Húnter Professor
Dept. of Information and Communication Technologies
University Pompeu Fabra
La Nau building, office 51017
08018 Barcelona, Spain
http://www.upf.edu/pdi/ruben-moreno-bote
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