Networks and collaborations
The Centre for Neurotechnology and its members are involved with a number of large-scale collaborative research projects which incorporate multidisciplinary research groups from within and outside of Imperial College. In addition we have a number of official partners and affiliates of the Centre and CDT.
Neurotechnology for Memory Enhancement
Neural Engineering brings together engineering, physics, neuroscience and mathematics to design and develop brain-computer interface systems, cognitive computers and neural prosthetics. Neural Engineering Transformative Technologies (NETT) is a Europe-wide consortium of 18 universities, research institutes and private companies who together will host 17 PhD students and 3 postdoctoral researchers over the next 4 years. NETT has been made possible by a €5.3M grant by the European Commission through its Marie Curie Initial Training Network scheme. Researchers from the Centre for Neurotechnology and NETT collaborate on a number of projects and the two groups organise a joint Winter School every two years.