ID 1954 - HUMAN BRAIN PROJECT - Specific Grant Agreement 1, GA n.720270 - Specific Grant Agreement 2

Employer
Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Location
Italy
Posted
October 03 2017
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Academia

The main research activity concerns the development of control algorithms and computational models based on spiking neural networks. In particular, the objective of this research is the design of sensory-motor control models, implemented on robotic platforms in a simulated environment, and the design of sensory models. The research activity requires in-depth knowledge, proven by previous research or professional activity, of brain-inspired algorithms. The ideal candidate has also programming experience with C,C++ and python languages and knowledge about robotic and neural simulators. Preference will be given to knowledge of spiking neural networks or other machine learning techniques.



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