Center for
Adaptive Systems
Computer Vision and Computational Neuroscience Lab
Motor Control Lab
Speech Lab
Vision Lab

*The CNS Department and Center for Adaptive Systems (CAS) conduct research in a variety of interdisciplinary areas related to mind and brain and to the technological exploitation of the fruits of basic research.

Faculty and students of CNS interacts with colleagues in several Boston University research centers or groups, and with Boston-area scientists collaborating with these centers. The units most closely linked to the department are the Center for Adaptive Systems, the Center of Excellence for Learning in Education, Science, and Technology, and the CNS Technology Laboratory. Students interested in neural network hardware can work with researchers in CNS and at the College of Engineering. Other research resources include the campus-wide Program in Neuroscience, which includes distinguished research groups in cognitive neuroscience, neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, neuropharmacology, and neural modeling across the Charles River Campus and the Medical School; in sensory robotics, biomedical engineering, computer and systems engineering, and neuromuscular research within the College of Engineering; in dynamical systems within the Mathematics Department; in theoretical computer science within the Computer Science Department; and in biophysics and computational physics. Key colleagues in these units hold joint appointments in CNS in order to expedite training and research interactions with CNS core faculty and students.

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