Computational neuroscientists apply computational and mathematical approaches to the study of the brain and, in the other direction, seek to uncover insights into computation and mathematics by working with experimental neuroscientists in trying to understanding how the brain works. Our work draws inspiration from a wide range of disciplines (e.g. neuroscience, mathematics, machine learning, statistics, computer science and physics).
We are part of the Bristol Computational Neuroscience Unit and are interested in the algorithmic structure of the central nervous system and the neurobiological systems and mechanisms that support them. You can find more about us on the Bristol CNU webpage.