[Comp-neuro] PhD studentships available at the University of Sussex

Anil Seth A.K.Seth at sussex.ac.uk
Tue Dec 18 17:53:50 CET 2018

Ph.D. Scholarships available at the University of Sussex: From sensation and perception to awareness. We are delighted to invite applications for the second round of the Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme in ‘From Sensation and Perception to Awareness’, hosted across multiple Schools at the University of Sussex. Up to eight fully funded positions will be awarded (for UK/EU applicants), starting Sep 2019. The aim of the programme is to bring together doctoral researchers from different disciplines to advance our understanding of the interactions between sensing, perception, and awareness in humans, animals, and machines. Applicants can select from a range of projects or propose their own. Pre-specified projects are divided into three main themes: (i) Human-computer interaction and digital arts, (ii) human cognitive neuroscience and computational neuroscience, and (iii) sensory neuroscience.

For more details and for how to apply please see https://www.findaphd.com/search/PhdDetails.aspx?CAID=3783 and https://www.sussex.ac.uk/sensation/applications. For more on the Programme please visit https://www.sussex.ac.uk/sensation/, and follow us on Twitter @SensationSussex. Email enquries to Leverhulme at sussex.ac.uk<mailto:Leverhulme at sussex.ac.uk>. Application deadline is 31 January 2019. The programme is co-directed by Anil Seth (Engineering and Informatics) and Jamie Ward (Psychology).

Anil K. Seth, D.Phil.
University of Sussex, UK
Professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience
Co-Director, Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science
Editor-in-Chief, Neuroscience of Consciousness
Senior Fellow, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research
Engagement Fellow, Wellcome Trust
www.anilseth.com<http://www.anilseth.com>, www.neurobanter.com<http://www.neurobanter.com>

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