King's College London Computational Neuroscience Group

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The computational neuroscience group here at King's focusses on theoretical and computational approaches to problems in cognitive neuroscience. By use of close links with experimental research, we are trying to build models of the brain that allow us to better understand its function in ways that would not be possible using conventional techniques.

Our recent work concentrates particularly on problems related to attention and its role in cognitive information projects. More information is available on our projects page which also contains information about other projects, including those relating to human-computer interaction and emotional processing.

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