Master's Neurophysics (Faculty of Science)

Neurophysics is a specialisation within the Master’s programme in Physics and Astronomy, and the Master of Science (Biology-Physics/Physics-Informatics).

In this specialisation, we focus on understanding the neuro-computational mechanisms of the brain and how this knowledge can be used for relevant applications, such as robotics and neuro-technology. In an interdisciplinary setting, we study the organisation and function of the brain through experimental approaches (psychophysical studies), advanced theory (machine learning and computational neuroscience), and neuro-computational modelling studies.

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Coordination: prof. dr. John van Opstal, Dept. of Biophysics