Neural Engineering

Transformative Technologies
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The NETT project includes a series of training events offering industry led discussion, tutorials on relevant topics, practical training and advice in academic, business and life skills.

The list below includes all the training events held so far. Each of them links to publicly available training information relevant to Neural Engineering. Note: for NETT Fellows, there is additional information available via the "Internal" tab to the top right - you must log in.


NETT Induction meeting

Here are the presentations from the first NETT Induction Meeting in Nottingham.

Week One.
Week Two.

Summer School

Here are some of the presentations given during the Summer School. A complete list is available for NETT fellows in the "Internal" tab.

A Neural Mechanism for Planning of Goal Directed Behaviour.
Adaptive Neural Systems.
Music Neurotechnology.
A Dynamic Neural Field Approach to Robot Task Learning.
Sisyphus Effect in Neural Networks with Plasticity.

NETT Second Induction meeting

Here are some of the presentations given during the second NETT Induction meeting in Barcelona. A complete list is available for NETT fellows in the "Internal" tab.

Mathematical Neuroscience: from Neurons to Networks, part 1.
Mathematical Neuroscience: from Neurons to Networks, part 2.
Introduction to Deep Learning.
Simulating Neural Fields on a Sphere.


NETT Winter School

Here are some of the presentations given during the NETT Winter School in London.

Dynamics of an oculomotor integrator revealed by instantaneous ontogenetic perturbations.
Stochastic models in neuroscience: from cells to tissue.
The striatal projection neutron: at the action-reinforcement interface.
Channel noise in conductance-based model neurons: GitHub and Dropbox links.



Other Material

Theoretical Neuroscience (Nottingham): http://www.maths.nott.ac.uk/personal/sc/neurodynamics/

CNR Firenze didactic material:
http://neuro.fi.isc.cnr.it/index.php?page=didactic-material

Mario Mulansky has held an introductory course on Python at partner CNR. Material from this and other courses by the group are available from:
http://neuro.fi.isc.cnr.it/index.php?page=didactic-material

Material on the commercialisation of scientific results: networking, patents and company creation - by Fabrizio Conicella from Bioindustry Park Silvano Fumero SpA (bioPmed).
Report from 2015
Report from 2013