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Intelligent Technology - Computation & the Brain

15 Credits, Course, bachelor's level, P0012A
The course is for engineers, natural scientists, behavioural scientists, and others who want to learn about a highly topical and exciting field of research, applying to advanced intelligent machines and Brain-Machine-Interaction.

After finalising the course the student shall be able to explain and understand the brain from an anatomical and physiological perspective, as well as having learnt relevant models from computational neuroscience. In the course we study the main parts of the brain, its functions and the interaction between the parts. We also simulate these brain functions with mathematical models from computational neuroscience. Internet course. Taught in Swedish and English. Associated courses are in the series Intelligent Technology are:
  • P0008A Intelligent Technology of the future – Cognitive science;
  • P0012A Intelligent Technology – Computation & the Brain;
  • P0065A Intelligent Technology – Computational Neuroscience I;
  • P7045A Intelligent Technology – Neuroscience & Mathematics;
  • P7010A Intelligent Technology – Cyborgs & Humanoid Robots;
  • P0034A Intelligent Technology – Computational Neuroscience;
  • P7023A Intelligent Technology – Scientific Work.

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The course syllabus includes a description of the course and literature to be used. Within ten weeks before the course starts, a current course syllabus is published.

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For detailed questions about the course please do not hesitate to contact us.

Peter Bengtsson, Associate Professor, Acting Chaired Professor

Organization: Engineering Psychology, Humans and Technology, Department of Business Administration, Technology and Social Sciences
Phone: +46 (0)920 492474
Room: A174 - Luleå»
Tore Ärlemalm

Tore Ärlemalm, Senior Lecturer

Organization: Engineering Psychology, Humans and Technology, Department of Business Administration, Technology and Social Sciences
Phone: +46 (0)920 492097
Room: A181 - Luleå»