BMCS doctoral program

The Brain, Mind & Computer Science (BMCS) emerges from the close collaboration between faculty from psychology, cognitive neuroscience and information science around the unifying topic of human-computer interaction. Its program rests on the assumption that the ability to work in groups with people of different background is now a fundamental condition to produce scientific excellence and to develop innovative skills that can be spent on the job market. We believe that this ability should be strongly supported already during research training.

Admission

Admission to activity starting in October 2018 (XXXIV series)


GENERAL CALL OPEN TO ALL NATIONALITIES -DEADLINE 26 JUNE 2018 13:00 CEST

Governance

Director (Coordinatore): Giuseppe Sartori

Vice-coordinator (Vice-coordinatore): Luciano Gamberini

FACULTY BOARD (XXXIV series, starting October 2018)
'Neuroscience, Technology and Society' Curriculum
Barbara Arfè
Gianluca Campana
Andrea Camperio Ciani
Sabrina Cipolletta
Andrea Facoetti
Luciano Gamberini
Massimo Grassi
Michela Lenzi
Daniela Mapelli
Sara Mondini
Caterina Novara
Massimo Nucci
Konstantinos Priftis
Antonio Paoli
Silvia Salcuni
Giuseppe Sartori
Alessandra Simonelli

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Overview

The Brain, Mind & Computer Science (BMCS) PhD program, developing during 3 years, offers 21 ad hoc courses per series, taught by the Faculty board and by Italian or foreign experts.

The BM&CS program proposes two curricula:

  • Neuroscience, Technology, and Society
  • Computer Science and Innovation for Societal Challenges

Each student has a main supervisor (SUPERVISOR) and a co-supervisor from the other curriculum, who cooperates with the supervisor in guiding the student along an interdisciplinarity path.

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Persuasive 2014

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05/21/2014
Luogo: 
University of Padua

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Research Projects

 EU GRANT 
MINDSEE
On-going

Meeting Programme

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