Applications for 14 prestigious Marie Curie funded Research Fellowships Fellowships are now being accepted.
Each Research Fellow will be part of a highly motivated and dynamic student network, supported by leading academics and industrial partners from Plymouth and across the world. Fellows will explore creativity, cognition and innovation from a truly interdisciplinary perspective, with projects combining disciplines such as experimental psychology with cognitive robotics or computational modelling with the creative arts. A strong humanities theme will also inform both training and research across the network, ensuring that CogNovo Fellows graduate as highly skilled researchers and critical, innovative thinkers.
Individual projects range from studying mental imagery, to creating distributed musical instruments, understanding medical decision making and developing creativity and curiosity in humanoid robots. For more details on individual projects please visit the Projects page.
For details on how to apply and eligibility requirements, please visit the Applications page.