Software Engineering Practices in Cognitive and Neuroscientific Modelling Survey

Thanks for your interest in participating our survey on software engineering practices in cognitive modeling and computational neuroscience. This study is conducted as a part of Furkan Kurtaran’s Master Thesis under the supervision of Dr. Bilge Say and you can contact both of the researchers for more information. You will be asked a series of questions on your computing background, current software development environment, and your opinions about software engineering practices in cognitive/neuroscientific modeling. The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. We hereby confirm that all data will be treated anonymously. You can leave the survey at any page. As a symbol of gratitude to our participants, we will offer a gift check from Amazon to one of our participants. You will be informed of the details at the end of the survey.


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Furkan Kurtaran, Master’s Student                                                                                         Dr. Bilge Say, Faculty Member

Department of Computer Engineering, Atilim University, Turkey                        Department of Software Engineering, Atilim University, Turkey                                                                                                              

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