Выпускница нашей программы опубликовала научно-популярную книгу о мозге
Книга "Мозг материален" через день после выхода стала бестселлером книжного магазина "Москва".
the list of alumni 2018
the list of alumni 2017
the list of alumni 2016
The first alumni meeting took place on September 8 2018 at the new building Armynskiy 4.
The interview with Roman Vahrushev - a graduate of the program, now a PhD student at
University of Göttingen, European neuroscience Institute. Graduate school of neurosciences, Biophysics and Molecular Biosciences. Group: "Systems Neuroscience”. Göttingen, Germany.
University science center Mind/Brain Sciences in Trento is probably the most up-to-date an dynamic research center in Italy.
- How did the program “Cognitive sciences and technologies: from neuron to cognition” help you to enter PhD program at University of Trento? What was your research about, what was your thesis topic?
I enrolled in PhD program Cognitive and Brain Sciences at University of Trento. The program “Cognitive sciences and technologies: from neuron to cognition” at HSE gave me strong theoretical base in cognitive science. My background is applied physics and mathematics; I got my bachelor’s degree at Moscow State University. I also got a great research experience at HSE which is even more important than theory. I conducted two studies under Joe MacInnes’s supervising. One research was about saccadic suppression and the other about visual search modelling. The latter is my thesis topic.
Our “Cognitive sciences and technologies: from neuron to cognition” program graduate Lisa Okorokova enrolled in PhD program “Computational Neuroscience” at University of Chicago.
- Lisa, in your opinion, how do you think “Cognitive sciences and technologies: from neuron to cognition” program affected your success?
Certainly I owe my success to “Cognitive sciences and technologies: from neuron to cognition” program which was my second home. In HSE I met the right people who created the right environment for comfort learning and growth. Being a student I understood that a lot depends on me.
At master course program I got the chance to study efficiently and meaningfully and to investigate the topic which I really enjoy.
I also would like to thank all the professors and staff of the Centre for Cognition & Decision Making who have done the impossible within two years and created a truly perfect environment for studying neuroscience at Higher School of Economics.
Our “Cognitive sciences and technologies: from neuron to cognition” program graduateJon Rawski enrolled in PhD programat the Department of Linguistics Stony Brook University, New York USA.
At Master’s programme 'Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: From Neuron to Cognition'