Netta Cohen

Professor of Complex Systems
School of Computing
University of Leeds

School of Computing, University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK
phone: +44 (0)113 343-6789; fax: +44 (0)113 343-5468, N.Cohen at leeds.ac.uk

Publications

News

March 2014: Welcome To Robert Holbrook

January 2014: Welcome To Christopher Brittin

August 2013: Capital £4.3M investment in Robotics and Autonomous Systems at Leeds will boost our already strong capability in applied robotics - including wormbots

I lead the Applied Computing in Biology, Medicine and Health Research Theme.

My research is interdisciplineary, falling also under two other Themes: Aritificial Intelligence and Computational Science and Engineering.

Past courses taught

Vacancies
    • Two PhD students and one Postdoctoral Fellow are sought to join our team and study the neurobiology, behaviour and physics of the nematode worm C. elegans. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact me directly. Possible start date: Immediately, or no later than October 2012. details...

Group members:
  • Tom Sanders: PhD student in neural control of behaviour in C. elegans

  • Elpiniki Kalogeropoulou: PhD student in neural control of behaviour in C. elegans

  • Nicholas Vowles: Phd student in neural control of behaviour in c. elegans c. elegans

  • Claudia Maclean: PhD student (with Sue Deuchars, Biological Sciences)

  • Robert Thomas: PhD student in gravitropic regulation of plant growth (with Stefan Kepinski, Biological Sciences)

  • Christopher Brittin: PhD student in neural control of behaviour in c. elegans

  • Robert Holbrook: Research Fellow

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