[visionlist] PhD studentship in Computational Visual Neuroscience – How Specific Classes of Retinal Cells Contribute to Vision: a Computational Model

PhD studentship in Computational Visual Neuroscience – How
Specific Classes of Retinal Cells Contribute to Vision: a
Computational Model

The studentship is part of a new interdisciplinary project funded by the
Leverhulme Trust to investigate how different groups of retinal cells
contribute to the encoding of visual scenes. It is at the interface
between experimental neuroscience (Institute of Neuroscience in
Newcastle University, UK, E. Sernagor’s lab http://ift.tt/1rCXXAy)
and computational neuroscience (B. Cessac’s lab, INRIA, Sophia
Antipolis, France; http://ift.tt/2pzdF6k). The studentship
is for three years, starting in October 2017. It covers student fees and
maintenance as well as funds for travelling between the two teams and
conference expenses.

The detailed proposition can be found here
http://ift.tt/2qek03n

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