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Groningen student wins national MSc Thesis Award for Cognitive Neurosciences

03 December 2013

The jury of the Dutch MSc Thesis Award for Cognitive Neurosciences has unanimously decided to award the prize for the best thesis in 2012-2013 to Robin Mills, student of the Research Master in Behavioural Cognitive Neurosciences, University of Groningen. Mills' thesis is entitled “Extending Biologically-inspired Computer Vision: A Study on Applying Computer Graphics and Higher-order Statistics in HMAX”.

Apart from the prize money of € 1.000, Robin Mills will be offered the opportunity to publish a paper on his work for the general public in ‘Psyche en Brein’. Furthermore, he receives assistance in preparing a submission on his work for Scientific American.

This year’s jury members for the MSc Thesis Award for Cognitive Neurosciences were: Prof. Albert Postma (University of Utrecht; chairman), Prof. Astrid Kappers (VU University Amsterdam), and Prof. Oliver Tucha (University of Groningen).

Last modified:31 January 2017 11.13 p.m.

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