International collaborations

Mod4NeuCog provides opportunities for finding international internships through its many collaborations with foreign institutions. We are also a member of the Network of European Neuroscience Schools (NENS) which is part of the FENS (Federation of European Neuroscience Societies). 
You can therefore participate in exchange programs with other Universities and benefit from grants up to € 3 000 for a mobility. Applicants are expected to spend a period of one to three months at a NENS member school of their choice in a different European country for the purpose of methodological training.

International partners 

NeuroMat - Sao Paolo (Brazil)

RIDC NeuroMat The Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center for Neuromathematics (RIDC NeuroMat) is a center of mathematics whose mission is to develop the new mathematics needed to construct a Theory of the Brain accounting for the experimental data gathered by neuroscience research. Hosted by the University of São Paulo, the RIDC NeuroMat was established in 2013. It has an interdisciplinary team, bringing together researchers in mathematics, computer science, statistics, neuroscience, biology, physics and communication, among other disciplines.

MathNeuro - Austin (Texas USA)

MathNeuro Lab The MathNeuro laboratory in Austin develops novel analytical and algorithmic tools to address questions at the interface of Systems Neuroscience and Applied Mathematics: stochastic neural dynamics, information coding capabilities, and neural assemblies as transport networks.

DSIN - Copenhagen (Denmark)

The Dynamical Systems Interdisciplinary Network The project network encompasses visual cognition, neuronal signalling and networks, renal and cardiovascular physiology, metabolomics, molecular dynamics and econometrics. By combining ideas from the many fields where an understanding of dynamical systems is essential, and by combining comprehensiveness with in-depth expertise, the network aims to create an internationally unique research centre, where pioneering methodology can be developed thanks to cross-disciplinary collaboration.

BCAM - Bilbao (Spain)
BCAM is an applied mathematics research center that was created with the support of the Basque Government and the University of the Basque Country. The center aims to strengthen the Basque science and technology system, by performing interdisciplinary research on the frontiers of mathematics, and training and attracting talented scientists.
MNN - Nottingham (UK)

UK Mathematical Neuroscience Network MNN aims to provide a UK focus for the use of mathematical approaches to problems in neuroscience. Mathematical neuroscience here means an area of neuroscience where mathematics is the primary tool for elucidating the fundamental mechanisms responsible for experimentally observed behavior. The Network allows and encourages more UK mathematicians to engage in fundamental neuroscience and at the same time tackle substantial mathematical challenges that are of broader scientific interest to the nonlinear and complex systems community. Importantly, it can draw attention to, and develop, those pieces of mathematical theory which are likely to be relevant to future studies of the brain.