Imperial College London

Dr Claudia Clopath

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Professor of Computational Neuroscience
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 1435c.clopath Website

 
 
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Location

 

Royal School of Mines 4.09Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Computational Neuroscience (UG) - BIOE97132

Aims

    • To provide students with an introduction to Computational Neuroscience
    • To provide students with an appreciation of the role of computational and theoretical approaches to understanding the nervous system
    • To provide students with some practical skills, such as basics knowledge of MATLAB, of numerical tools to simulate

Role

Course Leader

Computational Neuroscience (PG) - BIOE97040

Aims

  • To provide students with an introduction to Computational Neuroscience
  • To provide students with an appreciation of the role of computational and theoretical approaches to understanding the nervous system
  • To provide students with some practical skills, such as basics knowledge of MATLAB, of numerical tools to simulate models.

Role

Lecturer

Brain Machine Interfaces (UG) - BIOE97130

Aims

In this module you will be introduced to a technology that is no longer the domain of science fiction, but has become science and is partially used already in clinical settings: the interfacing of the human brain to electronic circuitry. The course will emphasize currently developed and used technologies such as brain-machine interfaces (e.g. for the restoration of movement and communication capabilities of paralyzed patients) and deep-brain stimulation (such as for treatment of Parkinson`s disease).

Role

Lecturer

Brain Machine Interfaces (PG) - BIOE97075

Aims

This course introduces a technology that is no longer the domain of science fiction, but has become science and is partially used already in clinical settings: the interfacing of the human brain to electronic circuitry. The course will emphasize currently developed and used technologies such as brain-machine interfaces (e.g. for the restoration of movement and communication capabilities of paralyzed patients) and deep-brain stimulation (such as for treatment of Parkinson`s disease).

Role

Lecturer