The University of Lille is joining NeurotechEU
The University of Lille has been accepted by NeurotechEU’s Board of Governors. The acceptance will be formalized in the next amendment with the European Commission, to be submitted by the end of the year.
The addition of the University of Lille can play an important role in composing this consortium. The University of Lille is an impressive university with around 78.000 students. It holds a great set of expertise and facilities relevant to Neurotechnology, such as Brain-Computer Interfaces and Neuromorphic Computing, among others, that can be a great addition to NeurotechEU’s mission.
Régis Bordet, rector of the University of Lille: “The University of Lille is delighted to join NeurotechEU. Becoming a partner of a European University Alliance is a key aspect of our European strategy. As a university, we are a strong believer in the power of networks for their agility and capacity to respond quickly and effectively to new challenges, so we are enthusiastic about the potential that belongs to NeurotechEU will offer us."
Photo: University of Lille (www.univ-lille.fr)