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Computational Neuroscience

TU Berlin

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About

Computational Neuroscience is a young, growing discipline within the exciting field of neuroscience. The Computational Neuroscience degree is offered by TU Berlin University

Overview

Key facts

Computational Neuroscience offered by TU Berlin University uses theoretical approaches from a variety of disciplines including mathematics, physics, computer science and engineering to understand the brain. Computational neuroscience integrates experiments, data analysis and modelling. Furthermore, it makes a scientific language available that can be used across disciplines and levels for neurobiology, cognitive science and information technology. Computational neuroscience may thus help to solve long-standing research questions, contribute to better prevention and treatment strategies for neural disorders, lead to unified concepts about biological processes, advance information technologies and human-machine interactions and, last but not least, provide new insight for designing efficient strategies for teaching and learning.

Programme Structure

Courses include:

  • Models of Neuronal Systems
  • Models of Higher Brain Functions
  • Acquisition and Analysis of Neural Data
  • Machine Intelligence
  • Programming Course and Project
  • Individual Studies

Key information

Duration

  • Full-time
    • 24 months

Start dates & application deadlines

Credits

120 ECTS

Delivered

On Campus

Academic requirements

We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.

Other requirements

General requirements

  • a bachelor’s or equivalent certificate qualifying applicants for professional work, e.g. German Diplom but not Vor-Diplom), typically in the natural sciences, in an engineering discipline, or in mathematics,
  • proficiency in English above B.2 level - non-native speakers should document this with:
  • Cambridge Certificate of English: Advanced (CAE, min. grade C),
  • UniCert III (min. grade 3,0)
  • or an equivalent certificate like e.g. proof that your previous studies were conducted in an international program with English as the official language (a simple interview is not sufficient)
  • sufficient mathematical knowledge (i.e. at least 24 credit points according to the ECTS) particularly in linear algebra (at least 6 credit points), analysis/calculus [including dynamical systems] (at least 6 credit points), probability theory and statistics (at least 6 credit points).

Tuition Fee

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Living costs for Berlin

836 - 1340 EUR /month
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