The program provides research-oriented training in a wide spectrum of computational neuroscience topics, such as coding principles in sensory periphery; population coding in the early sensory cortex; perceptual inference mechanisms; and multi-sensory integration processes. Other fields of research include brain computer interfaces, neuroprosthetics and rehabilitation robotics. Students get insight into the development of new techniques in MEG and fMRI to improve spatial and temporal resolution. The combination of neurobiological, psychophysical and theoretical approaches will promote the development of technical devices mitigating lost sensory organ or brain function.
Master of Science
internationales Studium, nicht-konsekutiv
Hochschulabschluss, formale Eignungsvoraussetzung, Sprachkenntnisse