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CSIM's goal is to study and advance the design, construction and deployment of advanced autonomous artifacts that interact in complex physical and social environments, grounded in our understanding of biological, psychological and technological principles.

News

01.12.2016
Former CSIM student to start a PhD at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology

It is a pleasure to hear how our CSIM students continue their career undertaking more specialised academic study following what they have learned during their master study.

This week Maria Bargués i Ribera, CSIM class 2014-2015, is visiting her thesis supervisor Prof. Ivan Herreros at SPECS lab and shared with him the good news that she is going to start a PhD program at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology, a research centre of excellence in Europe.

This Thursday at 12:00 Maria will be presenting her research work on Evolutionary Game Theory at the Journal Club of SPECS lab.


10.10.2016
CSIM student receives Scholarship of "Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera" 2016-17

This year CSIM is proud to have a Spanish student awarded with a scholarship of excellence. Our congratulations go to Claudia Daudén Roquet!

Through a "Master of Excellence Scholarship" program the Foundation La Pedrera wishes to recognize and attract young talents by promoting excellence and quality of graduate studies.  The masters included in the scholarship program are considered excellent given their international projection, presence of teachers of prestige and with a clear focus on research.

Read more at Becas Másteres de Excelencia


30.09.2016
CSIM has started!

On Monday September 26, 2016 CSIM kicks off with the Cognitive Science & Psychology: Mind, Brain and Behaviour course, great! Our new students will find out what the first study day looks like and what they should know beforehand!

This year we have a fantastic group of international students, coming from engineering, psychology, economy, humanities and arts, all full of enthusiasm, curiosity and with the expectation to learn something new.

All the best to all, students and professors!