The graduate school SNAK is a collaboration between the following :
- The Department of Electrical Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), particularly the Hearing Systems group.
- The Department of Animal Health and Bioscience and the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Aarhus (AU), particularly the Behaviour and Stress Biology group.
- The Department of Biology at the University of Copenhagen (KU), particularly the Section for Ecology and Evolution.
- The Department of Biology at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU), particularly the Sound Communication and Behaviour group.
SNAK is based at the Department of Biology at SDU.
Major decisions about the graduate school are made in the Steering Committee, which consists of:
Associate Professor Ole Næsbye Larsen (SDU)
Associate Professor Torben Dabelsteen (KU)
Senior scientist Jens Malmkvist (AU)
Senior scientist Jakob Tougaard (AU).
The Steering Committee ensures the scientific quality of SNAK's activities as regards procedures and courses. It promotes the development of new courses and interactions between the SNAK students enrolled at the four universities.