BC2004: Fundamentals in Computational Neuroscience | G. Gutierrez

Neuroscience And Behavior
Undergraduate Lecture
Tu Th 4:10-3:55PM

Computational neuroscience is an exciting, constantly evolving subfield in neuroscience that brings together theories and ideas from many different areas in STEM such as physics, chemistry, math, computer science, and psychology. Through the exploration of computational models of neuronal and neural network activity, students will be introduced to a handful of quantitative STEM concepts that intersect with neuroscience. In this course, we will connect those biological phenomena to quantitative STEM concepts and then to computational models in Matlab. 

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