A two-week online course on neural engineering spruced up with some signal processing and machine learning – is there a better way to spend two weeks of August? Plus, you’ll tinker with a BYB Heart and Brain SpikerBox – and you’ll get to keep it too! Full details here.
If you’re as hyped up about FREE neuroscience education opportunities as we are, you’ll want to know that this course will teach you:
- Neurophysiology and brain organization
- Brain data acquisition and signal processing
- Basic and advanced neural coding using machine learning
All lectures are conveniently divided into AM and PM sessions, so your brain can have some me-time in between studying – why, the brain of course!
Best of all, it’s not just theorizing but a great deal of hands-on experience, thanks to our little pal SpikerBox. Since the course will be held online in the best tradition of social distancing, you are welcome to apply from anywhere in the world!
Are There Any Prerequisites?
When we say that neuroscience is for everyone, we really mean it. But this is an advanced course, so if you want to have a really great time, you do need some basic programming knowledge (Matlab and/or Python, as always). And, of course, knowing your way around linear algebra, calculus and probability is a big yaIEEE.
Kudos to the people who kindly made it possible, José C. Príncipe from University of Florida and Yiwen Wang from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
The application deadline of 17th July is nigh and only 20 lucky students will get to enroll, so you’d better hurry!