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Bernstein Conference 2022

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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 July 19, 2022

ERC Starting Grant for Philipp Berens

Cluster speaker Philipp Berens has received a Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC) for his "NextMechMod" project. The project, which aims to develop new models and algorithms for studying amacrine cells, particular nerve cells in the retina of the eye, will be funded with a total of around 1.5 million euros over a period of five years. With the Starting Grants, the ERC provides outstanding young scientists with additional funding in their research careers.

Berlin July 15, 2022

PhD program Computational Neuroscience will be funded for three year by the Einstein Foundation

After a competitive selection process, our PhD program will be funded with 300,000 € for three years by the Berlin Einstein Foundation as Einstein Foundation Doctoral Program.

Tübingen July 8, 2022

Out of sight, quickly out of mind

We are very bad at recalling objects at our gaze direction from short-term memory - even though this is the area we see most sharply, report brain researchers from Tübingen led by Professor Ziad Hafed.

Regensburg July 4, 2022

How can smell control behavior?

The DFG (German Research Foundation) is funding the research group led by Professor Dr. Veronica Egger of the University of Regensburg in the research project "Modulation of Olfaction: How Recurrent Circuits Determine State-Dependent Behavior" with about 4.2 million euros.

Events

Bernstein Conference

Registration open

Register online before August 25.

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Satellite Workshops

Overview and program details for the selected Satellite Workshops

Calls

NEXT – Neuromorphic Computing

This call aims at fostering collaboration and networking between scientists from the diverse research areas engaged in the field of "neuromorphic computing" and other recent approaches beyond the mainstream von Neumann architecture.

Deadline: 16.08.2022

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