An exciting full-time funded PhD opportunity has arisen at the University of Hertfordshire associated to a collaborative project with King’s College London and Brunel University London funded by the US Air Force.
Tag: computational neuroscience
Applications are invited for PhD positions in the Biocomputation Research Group at the University of Hertfordshire. Details within.
Ankur Sinha's journal club where he discusses his results from his Ph.D. research documented in the preprint: Growth rules for the repair of asynchronous irregular neuronal networks after peripheral lesions (Sinha et al. 2019).
Ankur Sinha's journal club session where he reports on the information presented and discussions held at the Open Source Brain Workshop in September, 2019.
Vinesh Bhunjun's journal club session, where he will present the effects of his cooperation with our laboratory.
Mohammad Tayarani-Najaran's journal club session, where he will present the paper "Magnetic-inspired optimization algorithms Operators and structures (M.-H. Tayarani-N., M.-R. Akbarzadeh-T, 2014)"
Ohki Katakura's journal club session, where he presented the paper "Revisiting a theory of cerebellar cortex (Yamazaki & Lennon 2019 in press)".
Emil Dmitruk's journal club session, where he will present an overview of an EMG-CT method, while referencing various papers.
Olga Tveretina's journal club session, where she will present herself and Andrei Sandler's work.
Sam Sutton's journal club session, where he will present the paper "ASP, Learning to Forget With Adaptive Synaptic Plasticity in Spiking Neural Networks (Panda et al., 2018)"
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