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Prof Mark Van Rossum

Personal Chair of Computational Neuroscience

Research Interests

Computational neuroscience. Theory and simulation of learning and memory in biological systems, coding of sensory information, effects of noise.


1995, PhD, Physics, University of Amsterdam.

1991, Msc, Physics, Utrecht University.


My research area is computational neuroscience. I use computational and mathematical techniques to understand the working of the brain. I hope that, like in physics, it will be possible to find simple underlying principles of the brain's functioning.

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