ANC news from previous years.
Peggy Seriès authors the first introductory textbook in the emerging, fast-developing field of computational psychiatry, to be published on November 24th.
Control of Prosthetic Hands: Challenges and emerging avenues
"Control of Prosthetic Hands: Challenges and emerging avenues", edited by Kia Nazarpour, has recently been published by the Institution of Engineering & Technology.
Cognitive Science Society Computational Prize award
Richard Shillcock has co-authored a paper which has been awarded a Computational Prize by the Cognitive Science Society.
Academic positions in Machine Learning and Biomedical Artificial Intelligence
We currently have two academic vacancies, with a closing date of 22 January 2020
Principles of Computational Modelling in Neuroscience book published
Lecturer/Reader Position in Machine Learning
Pathways to cellular supremacy in biocomputing
Can living computers do better than silicon ones?
Is Schizophrenia a deficit in how the brain performs Bayesian inference?
Current theories suggest that schizophrenia could be described as a deficit in how the brain learns and uses internal models of its environment. In a collaboration with the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Dr Peggy Seriès and her team tested those theories by modelling the behaviour of patients with schizophrenia performing a visual statistical learning task.
Peggy Series retained her title of French champion in Track Cycling in her age group, for the 4th year running.
The event as the French championship in track cycling Masters, it was happening in Le Neubourg in Normandy over 4 days of competition.
Prof Guido Sanguinetti awarded grant by the Leverhulme Trust
Prof Guido Sanguinetti has been awarded a grant by the Leverhulme Trust to investigate the dynamics of biochemical processes inside single cells.
Spike Sorting and Reproducibility for Next Generation Electrophysiology
24 & 25 June 2019 Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh
Yuanhua Huang awarded "Chinese government award for outstanding self finance students abroad”
Guido Sanguinetti’s former student Yuanhua Huang has recently been awarded the "Chinese government award for outstanding self finance students abroad” for his PhD work here in Informatics. There are 500 awarded each year across the world, and each worth $6000.
Peggy Series' Paper Published
Peggy Series's Paper Published in eLIFE
Peggy Series retains Title at French Championships in Track Cycling
Peggy Seriès is known for combining an intense athletic life with her academic career.
Distinguished Lecture and Masterclass by Prof David Dunson
David Dunson will be presenting 2 talks in May and June.
ANC Senior Lecturer will be co-orginising a workshop at the ISBA World Meeting
Michael Gutmann will be co-organising a workshop on approximate Bayesian computation on the 24 June 2019.
ANC Researcher awarded prestigious Royal Society/ Wellcome Trust Sir Henry Dale Fellowship
Dr Edward Wallace awarded prestigious Royal Society/ Wellcome Trust Sir Henry Dale Fellowship to study stress response in infectious fungi.
ANC PhD Student receives Best Article Award
Aleksej Stolicyn, also DTC student has received the Best Article Award for his paper
ANC members Mark van Rossum and Guido Sangiunetti join the Professoriat!
Mark's Chair is in Computational Neuroscience and Guido's Chair in Computational Bioinformatics.
Amazon/Edinburgh research workshop
Amazon/Edinburgh research workshop has over 100 participants discussion work in Amazon and in the School of Informatics in machine learning and natural language processing.
Peter Dayan wins the Brain Prize!!
Peter is a former Ph.D student of the Centre for Cognitive Science, which was one of the founding departments of the School of Informatics.