Information on the specialist area Neural Computation & Neuroinformatics.
This specialist area prepares students for entry into PhD programmes or for employment as research workers at the intersection of the study of the brain and the study of its computation. It ranges from the study of cellular and subcellular computational processes through behavioural processes, to software methodologies for brain research - the emerging field of Neuroinformatics.
Students registered in this Specialist Area are recommended to select at least fifty credit points from these courses, including the core course. Please note courses are subject to availability.
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Introductory Applied Machine Learning (20 credits, level 10)
Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition (20 credits)
Robotics: Science and Systems (20 credits)
Probabilistic Modelling and Reasoning (20 credits)