Our group offers lectures and seminars for students pursuing their studies in the fields of physics, computer science, biology, as well as for interested students from other faculties.
In the courses on the topic Computational Neuroscience we are focussing on all scientific areas our working group is pursuing with special interest on Synaptic Plasticity and the application on Robot-Control.
Essential background knowledge includes programming, differential equations respectively modelling in physics and numerical implementation of models in a computer program.
Students in applied computer science who are interested in the neuroinformatics specialisation can find further information here:Specialization Applied Computer Science
The Module M.Inf.401/1401/M.Phy.5602 will be replaced. In the next term, two modules for 3 C each will be present: the lecture as Module B.Phy.5651 and the Exercise as Module B.Phy.5652.
The Module B.Phy.5652 should be taken in parallel with Module B.Phy.5651, but it can be taken in a later term. But the Module B.Phy.5651 is a precondition to take Module B.Phy.5652.
The Modules M.Inf.401/1401/M.Phy.5602 and B.Phy.5651/B.Phy.5652 are mutually exclusive.
Details will be given in the first lecture!
The course of studies is detailed in the study guidelines. If you are looking for a thesis in our working group, under normal conditions we assume that you have attended our lectures.
Specifically these are:
Further lectures for Bachelor and Master students
Since the bachelor thesis needs to be written in the chosen specialisation, the only way to write your bachelor thesis is to select the neuroinformatics specialisation.
In order to write your master thesis in our group, it is usually also required to specialise in neuroinformatics. But depending on your academic background we might allow execeptions.
If you are looking for a thesis in our working group, for Bachelor students under normal conditions we assume that you have attended the lectures of the module B.Bio.119 Neurosciences and Behavioral Biology.
At least for Master students we advise the lecture of module B.Phy.5601: Computational Neuroscience: Learning and Adaptive Algorithms. Possibly, you won't find this lecture in the module listing of your faculty, so please contact the Dean of Biology for further information on how to get credits for this course.
People interested in studying at the faculty of biology might want to take a look at the interdisciplinary study course Master/Ph.D. in Neurosciences.
You want to write your Thesis in our group? Here you find a list of currently open thesis projects. If you do not find a project in the list that suits you, please just come around and see us in person. Just because the list is empty, does not mean we do not have any work for you.
Neural Control and Robotics
Neural Control and Robotics
Student Advisory Service Neuroinformatics/Computational Neuroscience
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