Neuronale Informationsverarbeitung - Master
Eckdaten zum Studiengang
Profil des Studiengangs
Computational Neuroscience, neural data analysis and models of neural coding and computation, physical and physiological basis of neural recordings and brain imaging, computational motor control and computational vision, rehabilitation robotics and brain computer interfaces, systems neuroscience and neurophysiology, basic mechanisms of learning and memory, mathematics, statistics and programming, machine learning for neuroscience, theoretical neuroscience, behaviour and cognition
Per year, 15 places are available and will be awarded according to qualification and experience of the applicant. The recruitment procedure for the master course is three stepped. (written application, subject test, interview)
Target audience: This MSc programme is aimed at students with a first degree in physics, mathematics, computer science, bioinformatics, engineering or a related field who have a strong interest in biomedical and neural science and technical applications. Profound knowledge in maths (linear algebra, analysis), statistics, elementary probability theory, and programming skills in at least one language are compulsory.
Zulassungsbeschränkt für alle Fachsemester. Studienbeginn im ersten Fachsemester immer nur im Wintersemester. Regelstudienzeit 3 Semester.
Applicants must provide proof of their English skills. (TOEFL, IELTS,…)
The Graduate School of Neural Information Processing provides a research-oriented training. The curriculum includes two internships of 7 and 9 weeks, where students have the opportunity to get in contact with the research groups at the BCCN Tübingen, the MPI for Biological Cybernetics, the MPI for intelligent Systems, the Natural and Medical Science Institute (NMI), the Center for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN), the Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research and the University of Tübingen (Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Science).
Scholarships are available for excellent international students.
The graduate program of Neural Information Processing offers a unique curriculum and exciting research opportunities for graduate students who wish to pursue careers in neuroscience in science and academia. The integrated curriculum offered in this program will give students a broad expertise that is not easily achievable in any individual department.
After the masters program students have the opportunity to continue directly with their doctoral thesis and enter the doctoral Program for neural Information Processing.
The Graduate School of Neural Information Processing offers two preparatory courses before the winter term starts. There will be a Neuroanatomy and a Scientific Programming block course.
Furthermore, the Graduate Training Centre of Neuroscience offers help for the integration of international graduate students. To ensure fast integration into the city, the university and the neuroscience program, we offer several services. Ahead of time, we make reservations for rooms in the student’s dormitory. Students arriving at Stuttgart airport are picked up and escorted to their accommodation. During their first days in Tübingen, international students are escorted to public authorities, including foreigner’s office, bank, health insurance, matriculation office of the University, etc. Furthermore, we provide first basic German language courses. These measures ensure that international students with no or insufficient German language skills will rapidly adjust to their new environment and do not feel lost.
For detailed information about the application, selection procedure and the course program please follow this link:
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The masters program will last 24 months and consists of two theoretical units each followed by several weeks lasting labroratory rotation and a six-month’s period where students prepare their master thesis.
MPI for Biological Cybernetics
MPI for Intelligent Systems
Hertie institute for Clincal Brain Research
Centrum for intergrative Neuroscience
Natural and Medical Science Institute
Im Wintersemester 2018/2019 sind rund 45 Studenten eingeschrieben.
The Graduate School of Neural Information Processing is an International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) and will provide some scholarships for international students. Nevertheless, international students are asked to also apply for a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
The Graduate School of Neural Information Processing is located - together with the Graduate School of Cellular & Molecular Neuroscience and the Graduate School of Neural & Behavioural Science - in recently renovated rooms in the Anatomical Institute. In total, the rooms of the Graduate Schools comprise classrooms, a study room with library, three offices, and a kitchenette available to students and staff. The rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art multimedia facilities, computer workstations with internet connection, and a small but extensive subject-specific library with neuroscience text books and review journals. Immediately adjacent to the class- and study room are the offices of the dean of study and the course coordinators.
Computational Neuroscience, Physik, Mathematik, Informatik, Computer science, Neurowissenschaft, Neuro, Math, coding, Machine learning, brain computer interfaces, neuroprosthetics and rehabilitation robotics