Understanding brain and behaviour
The CODDE network was created to study the links between sensory input, brain activity and motor output, by combining behavioural techniques, brain imaging, movement recording and computational modelling.
Who are we?
What does the network do?
The network has worked with and trained young scientists to conduct cutting edge research. It has achieved this through collaboration and cooperation between the multiple partner sites, collaboration with industrial partners and through the organisation of advanced training courses.
What has the network achieved?
The CODDE network has been very successful in achieving its scientific objectives.The research has led to the publication of 18 papers in high-quality, peer-reviewed journals and 59 presentations at international conferences. Please click here for details.
The Adaptive Computations conference took place on 31st May - 3rd June 2012. Please click here for the programme.
The Optimizing performance in dynamic environments conference organised by the CODDE network took place on 2nd to 5th July 2012. Please click here for more details.
Coordination for Optimal Decisions in Dynamic Environments (CODDE) is an Initial Training Network funded by the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme.