Applications are invited for an exceptionally well qualified Professor of Computational Neuroscience of international standing, who shares our commitment to research-informed teaching, embraces the research impact agenda, and values collegiality. Interviews begin the week commencing 17 September 2018, and the closing date for applications is 21 June 2018. More details within.
Studentship neuroscience Homoeostasis PCA Neuronal Morphology machine learning Associative memory Astronomy Neuromorphic hardware Graph theory Neuron Computational neuroscience Simplified single-neuron models Open Position Olfaction Structural plasticity HBP Cerebellum Research Fellowship artificial intelligence Dendritic computation Network connectivity Systems biology Synaptic plasticity SpiNNaker Firing patterns SVM Software development Human Brain Project Computational modelling
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