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Bernstein Conference 2023

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Welcome

The Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience connects experimental and theoretical scientists. It comprises more than 200 research groups and almost 350 individual scientists from all over the world who combine experimental neuroscientific approaches with theoretical models and computer simulations.

The Bernstein Network was launched in 2004 through a major funding initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) which aimed at advancing the transfer of theoretical knowledge to clinical and technical applications. The network is named after the German physiologist and biophysicist Julius Bernstein (1839-1917).

News

Tübingen, Germany January 31, 2023

Using Deep Learning to make Better Models of the Brain

ERC Consolidator Grant for Tübingen AI researcher Professor Jakob Macke

Berlin, Germany January 26, 2023

Simulation of complex quantum systems

Realistic and precise - New algorithm enables simulation of complex quantum systems

Berlin, Germany January 3, 2023

€60 million committed to establish AI and robotics in healthcare

The EU project TEF-Health aims to test and validate innovative artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics solutions for the healthcare sector and accelerate their path to market. It is led by Prof. Petra Ritter, who heads the Brain Simulation Section at the Berlin Institute of Health at Charité (BIH) and at the Department of Neurology and Experimental Neurology of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin. The 51 participating project partners from nine European countries will receive funding to the tune of about €60 million , with half coming from the European Commission under its Digital Europe program and half from national funding agencies. Some €2 million of the EC funding will go to the BIH.

Freiburg, Germany December 5, 2022

New findings on neuronal activities in the sensorimotor cortex

Interdisciplinary team at the University of Freiburg studies freely moving individuals using 3D tracking

Events

Bernstein Conference

Calls

Klaus Tschira Boost Fund

Through the Klaus Tschira Boost Fund, we promote excellent researchers by providing 

- flexible funding to create scope for independent, higher risk, interdisciplinary projects,
- support in building (international) collaborations and networks,
- targeted mentoring and advice on professional and personal development.

The objective is to give (young) researchers greater flexibility in shaping their career paths, accelerate their careers, and promote early independence.

Deadline: 31.03.2023

Job Offers

Postdoc positions

Computational Modelling

PhD-student positions

Computational Neuroscience

PhD-student positions

Experimental Neuroscience