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Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate Programme "EuroSPIN"

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EuroSPIN - A PhD programme in Neuroinformatics, including Computational Neuroscience

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EuroSPIN is short for "European Study Programme In Neuroinformatics". Neuroinformatics combines neuroscience and informatics research to develop and apply computational tools and approaches that are essential for understanding the structure and function of the brain.

The objective of this doctoral programme is to provide top quality training within the Neuroinformatics area, including Computational Neuroscience. Excellent scholarships are available for EuroSPIN PhD students.

Four partners participate in EuroSPIN:
- KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
- University of Edinburgh (UoE), UK
- National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), India
- Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (ALUF), Germany

Each PhD candidate will pursue an interdisciplinary research project during 3-4 years, leading to a joint (or a double) PhD degree from two of the above partner universities.

 

Links

EuroSPIN's official website

Press release announcing the programme and outlining its objectives (German version)

Conversation with programme coordinator Jeannette Hellgren

DAAD-Euroletter No. 45, July 2010

 

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People

Description Title
Faculty Page Ulrich Egert
Faculty Page Ad Aertsen
Staff Page Birgit Ahrens
PhD Student Page Renato C. Farinha Duarte
Staff Page Anne Karina Feldmeth
PhD Student Page Marko Filipovic
PhD Student Page Júlia Gallinaro
PhD Student Page Nebojša Gašparović
Staff Page Uwe Grauer
Staff Page Gundel Jaeger
PhD Student Page Stojan Jovanović
Faculty Page Arvind Kumar
PhD Student Page Simachew Mengiste
Faculty Page Abigail Morrison
Staff Page Katrin Pansa
Faculty Page Stefan Rotter
Faculty Page Robert Schmidt
PhD Student Page Luiz Tauffer
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