The Department of Cognitive Science offers a PhD programme in Cognitive Science. The PhD Program in Cognitive Science is research-oriented and includes training in experimental methods. The doctoral theses generated will be typically based on closely supervised intensive empirical research studies that will often (though not exclusively) require the application of laboratory-based methodologies and experimental paradigms.
From September 2011, the faculty associated with this doctoral program will include
- Gergely Csibra (cognitive development, cognitive neuroscience)(Office hours by appointment)
- József Fiser [from September 2012] (visual perception and cognition, biological and statistical learning)
- György Gergely (infant cognition, developmental psychopathology)(Office hours by appointment)
- Christophe Heintz (culture and cognition, scientific cognition, cognitive economics)(Office hours: Wed, Thur 11:00am-12:40pm)
- Guenther Knoblich (experimental psychology, social cognition, thinking)(Office hours: Open Door policy. If not available, please write an email.)
- Natalie Sebanz (social cognition, social cognitive neuroscience)(Office hours: Open Door policy. If not available, please write an email.)
- Dan Sperber (culture and cognition, communication and language, evolution)
- Máté Lengyel [visiting professor](computational neuroscience, cognitive modelling, probabilistic models, learning and memory)(Office hours by appointment)
- Csaba Pléh [visiting professor](Office hours: Wed 11:00am- 13:00pm)
- Anne Tamm (theories of language, linguistic diversity)(Office hours by appointment)
All PhD students are eligible to apply for full tuition waivers and full stipends from CEU. See http://www.ceu.hu/admissions/financialaid/doctoral for more information. A number of funding opportunities may also be available for pursuing doctoral research after the three-years CEU doctoral studenship.
Doctoral enrollment may continue up to a maximum of six years. Students admitted into CEU doctoral programs are eligible to receive the CEU Doctoral Fellowship for up to three years. Numerous additional funding opportunities exist, such as the Doctoral Research Support Grant Program, the Erasmus Mobility Scheme, and various research and travel funds. For further information on financial aid for doctoral students click here.
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