SCANDLE researcher Dr Martin Coath is to appear on BBC Radio 4's "The Material World" on the 15th December
On Saturday the 17th, Martin Coath will be playing 'The Brain Game' at the Science Museum in London. `The Brain Game’ has been designed to engage adults and secondary school children in thinking about the way our brains work.
The 4th Newsletter from SCANDLE has now been published
Computational modelling paper (looking at stimulus-specific adaptation) written by SCANDLE researcher Robert Mill and colleagues from Plymouth, published in Brain Research
Computational modelling paper, written by SCANDLE researcher Robert Mill and colleagues from Plymouth, published by PLoS
Lola Perrin is a composer and musician who has created a series of compositions inspired by the visual arts, science or literature and has corresponded with Martin Coath; he will be guest speaker at the event in London
The Center of Excellence "Cognitive Interaction Technology" is looking to appoint two PhD students immediately.
Neuromorphic Silicon Neuron Circuits paper, co-written by SCANDLE researcher, published by Frontiers
The part of the brain used by people who can "see like a bat" has been identified by researchers in Canada.
The ASA announces two new education outreach activities - the Exploresound website and a new four part acoustics poster series.
The Centre for Hearing Research and the Institute of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science of the University of Oldenburg are seeking to fill a number of positions.
A Microelectronics lecturer post at UWS. Three postdoc positions also to be advertised shortly.
The "Convergent Science Network of Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems" (CSN) is supporting 7 fellowships for PhD students and post-docs that are interested in attending the 2011 Capo Caccia Cognitive Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop (http://capocaccia.ethz.ch/).
11-16 April 2011, Loughborough, UK
A one day symposioum taking place in Budapest on December 15, 2010
An open position for a PhD student has become avaialbe in the NCS Group of the Institute of Neuroinformatics,University of Zurich and ETH Zurich.