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Neuroscience UK

undergrads or postgrads studying Neuroscience or related sciences in the UK
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Structure and Dynamics of Brain Connectivity Networks

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Postdocs in Neuroscience

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Machine Learning

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Students of Neuroscience

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Theoretical Neuroscience

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Feb 3, 2010
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Profile Information

Main areas of research:
The use of neural networks to automate the detection of defects within reinforced concrete. Neural networks, I feel, are a good way to try and find ways which can help gain insight into how the brain works.
Interests/keywords:
Neural networks, reservoir computing, the brain, what happens when parts of the brain don't work.
Current title/position:
PhD Student
Current affiliation/employer:
Keele University
Collaborators:
SciSite Ltd and the department of electronics and information systems (also known as the Reservori Lab) based at Gent University, Belgium.
PhD Advisor and University:
Prof. Peter Haycock, Keele University
Personal or laboratory homepage:
http://www.scm.keele.ac.uk/staff/j_butcher/

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