Programming


Introduction to Scientific Programming

Cognitive Science

Introduction to Scientific Programming is part of the Advanced Cognitive Neuroscience course. Students will learn advanced statistical methods for analysing data acquired from the measurement of neural processes, with a focus on modelling techniques for relating neural data to cognitive functions.

Go to the AU Course Catalogue for further details about the Advanced Cognitive Neuroscience course​.


Programming for the Humanities

Digital Design - IT, Aesthetics and Interaction

This course aims at introducing the basic concepts and techniques of coding to absolute beginners – no prior knowledge of programming, math, or science is required! From a pedagogical point of view, the course is based on Computational Thinking, a creative problem-solving approach that can be applied in a multitude of problems (with or without programming). 

Go to the AU Course Catalogue for further details about the Programming for the Humanities course.


Introduction to Scientific Computing

Sino-Danish Center, Neuroscience

The aim of this course is to provide the student with a basic foundation in scientific computing. After the course the student is able to write simple algorithms, including loops, functions, and conditional statements, and to apply them to efficient analysis of neuroscientific data. The Python programming environment, which is used for signal and image processing in subsequent courses of the education, is introduced through practical exercises.  

The course was offered as part of the Master’s programme in neuroscience and neuroimaging


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