COMPUTING AND THE BRAIN

NEUROSCI103L.01L

Introductory programming based on problems in neuroscience. Provides foundational skills for using computers to collect and analyze neuroscience data. Study of how computational processes are implemented by information-processing entities: both brains and computers. Python programming to generate sensory stimuli and collect/analyze behavioral and neural data. Scientific and Software Engineering best practices for conducting and verifying neuroscience experiments. Not open to students who have taken Computer Science 101. Instructor: Astrachan

Day / Time: 

M 3:05PM-5:05PM

Location: 

LSRC B240

Instructor: 

Groh, Jennifer

Section: 

01L