* indicates recommended courses (if you would like the Centre to consider a course to be recommended, please inform us).
*SYDE 556: Simulating Neurobiological Systems
*AMATH/BIO 382: Computational Modelling of Cellular Systems
*SYDE 252: Signals and Systems
*SYDE 352, AM 455/655: Control Theory
SYDE 372: Pattern Recognition
SYDE 422: Machine Intelligence
SYDE 575: Image Processing
AMATH 451: Dynamical Systems
*BIOL 377: Systems Neuroscience
*BIOL 476 - Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
BIOL 376: Cellular Neurophysiology
*KIN 201: Human Anatomy of the Central Nervous System
KIN 255: Psychomotor Behaviour
KIN 356: Information Processing in Human Perceptual Motor Performance
KIN 357: Motor Learning
KIN 416: Neuromuscular Integration
KIN 456: Cognitive Dysfunction and Motor Skill
BIOL 273, SCI 351: Human Physiology
*PSYCH 261: Physiological Psychology
PHIL/PSYCH 256: Cognitive Science
PSYCH 207: Cognitive Processes
*PSYCH 307: Human Neuropsychology (PSYCH 101 and 207 are prerequisites)
PSYCH 396: Research in Behavioural Neuroscience
*PSYCH420/792 - Introduction to the Methods of Computational Neuroscience
PHIL/PSYCH 447: Seminar in Cognitive Science
Note: AMATH = Applied Mathematics, SYDE = Systems Design Engineering, CS = Computer Science, KIN = Kinesiology, BIOL = Biology, OPTOM = Optometry, PSYCH = Psychology, PHIL = Philosophy
If you know of other courses at the University not listed here, please inform us.
9th Annual Brain Day
The ninth annual Brain Day was held April 8, 2015 featuring internationally recognized researchers from across North America. Video links from the event are now available online.
Waterloo researchers among top in Canada
Chris Eliasmith, who has built a computer model of the human brain, is given prestigious John C. Polanyi Award. Details
How to Build a Brain
Chris Eliasmith’s team at the Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience has built Spaun, the world’s largest simulation of a functioning brain. The related book is now available and for the full article Waterloo Stories.
This is a collection of coverage of work with Nengo (Neural Engineering Objects) that has appeared in the popular press recently.
Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience
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