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A number of monographic projects and theses are available in our group. These are aimed at students of Biomedical Engineering, Life Sciences, Physics, and Computer Sciences curricula, and cover topics from Bioengineering, to cellular electrophysiology, from neurobiology to biophysics, from theoretical and computational modelling and simulation to image processing, neuroinformatics, data-bases, robotics, analog-digital acquisition and real-time operating systems.
Interested students are welcomed to get in touch to know more about our activities and to discuss how they could contribute to it within or beyond the scope of a master thesis project.
We are always searching for talented, curious, and passionate PhD candidates to train. The Neuroscience PhD programme at our department in Modena, has a yearly call for applicants, leading to a high-quality selection procedure.
We definitely encourage creative thinkers and independent-minded postdoctoral researchers to collaborate with us. We are happy to help and support selected applicants in preparing grant applications to international funding agencies such as JSPS, HFSPO, Boehringer Ingelheim, [EC[(https://marie-sklodowska-curie-actions.ec.europa.eu/actions/postdoctoral-fellowships), and other sources. Students from Brazil may benefit from the Science Without Borders program. Students from China might monitor the calls from the China Scholarship Council.