227-0976-00L Computational Psychiatry & Computational Psychosomatics
|jedes Semester wiederkehrende Veranstaltung
|Number of participants limited to 24.
Information for UZH students:
Enrolment to this course unit only possible at ETH Zurich.
No enrolment to module BMT20002.
Please mind the ETH enrolment deadlines for UZH students: Link
|This seminar deals with the development of clinically relevant computational tools and/or their application to psychiatry and psychosomatics. Complementary to the annual Computational Psychiatry Course, it serves to build bridges between computational scientists and clinicians and is designed to foster in-depth exchange, with ample time for discussion
|Understanding strengths and weaknesses of current trends in the development of clinically relevant computational tools and their application to problems in psychiatry and psychosomatics.
|This seminar deals with the development of computational tools (e.g. generative models, machine learning) and/or their application to psychiatry and psychosomatics. The seminar includes (i) presentations by computational scientists and clinicians, (ii) group discussion with focus on methodology and clinical utility, (iii) self-study based on literature provided by presenters.
|Literature for additional self-study of the topics presented in this seminar will be provided by the presenters and will be available online at Link
|Voraussetzungen / Besonderes
|Participants are expected to be familiar with general principles of statistics (including Bayesian statistics) and have successfully completed the course “Computational Psychiatry” (Course number 227-0971-00L).