Reykjavik University (Iceland) has been accepted by NeurotechEU’s Board of Governors and has been signed in by the Board of Rectors as a new partner of NeurotechEU. The acceptance will be formalized in the next amendment with the European Commission.
President Ragnhildur Helgadóttir: "We are very excited to join NeurotechEU and work even closer with the participating universities. We firmly believe that this will strengthen both Reykjavik University and NeurotechEU. It is vitally important for small universities to cooperate with others when developing their course offerings, infrastructure, and research, but we also bring considerable strength, both technical and cross-disciplinary, to the table. I am truly delighted that our cooperation has reached this stage."Reykjavik University has a wide range of expertise and facilities relevant to NeurotechEU, especially when it comes to neurorobotics, neuroinformatics, and clinical neurotechnology.
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