[Comp-neuro] Fully Funded PhD position: Machine learning for studying structural and functional connectivity of the brain, Trento (Italy)
olivetti at fbk.eu
Tue Apr 30 16:17:36 CEST 2019
Applications are invited for a fully-funded 4-years Ph.D. scholarship at
the NeuroInformatics Laboratory (NILab), Italy. NILab is a joint
collaboration between Fondazione Bruno Kessler (
https://www.fbk.eu/en/about-fbk/) and the Center of Mind and Brain Sciences
(https://www.cimec.unitn.it/en/14/the-center) within the University of
Title: Machine learning for studying structural and functional connectivity
of the brain
Topics: machine learning, brain connectivity, diffusion MRI,
Magnetoencephalography (MEG), longitudinal studies and human cognition
Description: Neuroimaging methods, like sMRI, dMRI, fMRI and MEG/EEG can be
used to investigate the anatomical and functional connectivity of the
brain. This project will enable the candidate to pursue research on machine
learning methods for such neuroimaging data for brain connectivity, with
applications to longitudinal studies and to human cognition. The ideal
candidate should have a mixed background both in cognitive neuroscience and
numerate disciplines, like computer science, engineering, physics or
mathematics. This project is in collaboration with the Division of
Neurosurgery, S. Chiara Hospital, Trento and with the MEG Lab of
CIMeC/LNiF, University of Trento.
Please contact in advance: Emanuele Olivetti, olivetti at fbk.eu
Deadline: May 21, 2019
Online application details below.
Corresponding research area in the online application: NEUROIMAGING METHODS
Topic-Specific Grant: "4. Machine learning for studying structural and
functional connectivity of the brain."
From: PhD CIMeC <phd.cimec at unitn.it>
Subject: [CIMeC-FYI] Call for 17 funded PhD positions NOW OPEN @ CIMeC,
Dear CIMeC Supporters,
We are pleased to announce the opening of our annual call for *17 PhD
fellowships* for the international Doctorate in Cognitive and Brain
Sciences (CIMeC), commencing November 2019 at the University of Trento,
Italy. As you will see from the links below, the call is open to several
fields of cognitive neuroscience research.
Interested candidates should contact the Principle Investigators who
proposed topics of interest to them.
- *Admissions*: http://www.unitn.it/drcimec/admission
- Proposed 2019 PhD research topics:
- PhD Application *summary*:
- PhD *Application *link:
- PhD Application *Deadline*:* Thursday May 21, 2019, at 4pm (Italian
- *CIMeC*: http://www.unitn.it/cimec
This year’s research topics proposed by the Doctoral Program Committee for
5 UNITN grants are visible here: http://www.unitn.it/drcimec/research-topics,
while the 12 topic-specific grants’ details can be found here:
*The CIMeC, it’s doctoral program and UNITN in numbers:*
- UNITrento ranks among top Italian
- *4-yr program* (Nov. 1, 2019- Oct. 31, 2023).
- Why a 4-yr program <http://www.unitn.it/drcimec/node/117>
- Courses are in English
- 17 positions, 100% funded
- Salary: starting at approximately €1.200/mo., net
- Winners receive a €4887 tax-free research/mobility budget
- Why choose UNITRENTO
Please feel free to browse the FAQ <http://www.unitn.it/drcimec/node/122> pages
on our website for further information, or contact the Head of the
Programme, Prof. Yuri Bozzi phd.cimec at unitn.it.
CIMeC PhD Program Administrator
CIMeC - Center for Mind/Brain Sciences
University of Trento
Corso Bettini, 31
I-38068, Rovereto (TN)
Tel: +39 0464 80 8617
Fax: +39 0461 28 8690
Email: phd.cimec at unitn.it
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