Fundamentals of Computational Neuroscience – GMS 6719
The discipline of computational neuroscience utilizes mathematical tools ranging from dynamical models, to algorithms to signal processing techniques and the use of computer to enhance our understanding of brain function. This course provides basic introduction to concepts and methods from computational neuroscience. The techniques that we will learn in this course will be applied to understand brain function at a multiscale level spanning from single neuron to circuits of neurons. We will present examples demonstrating the application of tools from computational neuroscience to analyze both normal and pathological brain function.
- Course Syllabus (Fall 2011)