Mark van Rossum 's Webpage
Reader at the School of
Informatics, University of Edinburgh
Associate member of the Centre for Integrative Physiology and of the Centre for Cognitive and Neural Systems
Contact me: mvanross <at> inf.ed.ac.uk
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Room 2.52, 10 Crichton Street,
Edinburgh EH8 9AB
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My research area is computational neuroscience. I use
computational and mathematical techniques to understand
the working of the brain. I hope that, like in physics, it
will be possible to find simple underlying principles of
the brain's functioning.
Here you find the official webpages of the Neural Computation (NC) course (these pages are local access only).
The Lecture notes for Neural Computation are available here to all.
|New postdocs and students
I'm always interested in new PhD students with a solid quantitative background interested in the brain.
Here is a brief FAQ about switching to neural computation from physics or math (based on own experiences).
Please check the follow links for general policies and funding: Informatics , ANC.
Currently I have no openings for postdoc. A number of self-funded possiblities exist:
- Many funding councils (MRC, EPSRC) have options for fellowships, in particular for people wanting to shift careers.
I'm happy to sponsor applications for such fellowships and I have been successful doing so.
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Publications by year
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Code of finished projects can be found here. However, the code will be
messy and largely uncommented.