Imperial College London

Dr Andrei S. Kozlov

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Senior Lecturer
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 1338a.kozlov Website

 
 
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Location

 

RSM 3.12Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Neuroscience - BIOE97048

Aims

The aim of the course is to introduce students to the key principles and methods of neuroscience, covering multiple levels of organisation, from molecules to behaviour.

Role

Course Leader

Biomimetics  - BIOE97047

Aims

Mankind has always mimicked nature. Fishing nets, airplane wings, sonar, computer viruses and artificial intelligence are just a few of a long list of examples where nature has inspired technological applications but many functional principles developed during evolution still remain to be discovered. Understanding these principles may help scientists and engineers to solve outstanding technological problems.

 

Role

Course Leader

Hearing and Speech Processing - Module suspended for academic year 2021-22 - BIOE96039

Aims

Students will learn about the neurobiology of hearing, from the biomechanics of the ear to the principles of auditory cognition in the brain. Students will learn about the characteristics of speech and principles of its processing, from speech encoding to speech recognition. This is an introductory module with the goal to introduce students to the basic principles of hearing and speech processing, with an emphasis on an intuitive understanding.

 

 

Role

Lecturer

Biomimetics  - BIOE97152

Aims

Mankind has always mimicked nature. Fishing nets, airplane wings, sonar, computer viruses and artificial intelligence are just a few of a long list of examples where nature has inspired technological applications but many functional principles developed during evolution still remain to be discovered. Understanding these principles may help scientists and engineers to solve outstanding technological problems.

 

Role

Lecturer

Hearing and Speech Processing  - BIOE97151

Aims

Students will learn about the neurobiology of hearing, from the biomechanics of the ear to the principles of auditory cognition in the brain. Students will learn about the characteristics of speech and principles of its processing, from speech encoding to speech recognition. This is an introductory module with the goal to introduce students to the basic principles of hearing and speech processing, with an emphasis on an intuitive understanding.

 

Role

Lecturer

Biomimetics  - BIOE96049

Aims

Mankind has always mimicked nature. Fishing nets, airplane wings, sonar, computer viruses and artificial intelligence are just a few of a long list of examples where nature has inspired technological applications but many functional principles developed during evolution still remain to be discovered. Understanding these principles may help scientists and engineers to solve outstanding technological problems.

Biomimetics is a new interdisciplinary field that is quickly growing and seeks to explore, appreciate, and make use of nature's solutions at different organizational scales ranging from molecular to systems levels. The aim of this course is to offer an introduction into biomimetics as an inspiration for novel emerging technologies.

Role

Lecturer

Hearing and Speech Processing  - BIOE97044

Aims

Students will learn about the neurobiology of hearing, from the biomechanics of the ear to the principles of auditory cognition in the brain. Students will learn about the characteristics of speech and principles of its processing, from speech encoding to speech recognition. This is an introductory module with the goal to introduce students to the basic principles of hearing and speech processing, with an emphasis on an intuitive understanding.g.

 

Role

Lecturer

Topics in Neural Engineering  - BIOE97146

Role

Lecturer