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Eve Marder receives Valentin Braitenberg Award 21

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Valentin Braitenberg Award for Computational Neuroscience

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Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience

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Welcome

The Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience connects experimental and theoretical scientists. It comprises more than 200 research groups and about 400 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

Testszenario
Göttingen November 25, 2021

Deciphering the behavior and neurobiological basis of social interaction

German Research Foundation DFG will fund new Collaborative Research Center at Göttingen Campus with approximately 12.5 million euros.

Grafik Nest Desktop
Jülich November 30, 2021

Web-based application facilitates use of advanced simulation tool NEST

NEST Desktop has been presented to the scientific community in a publication in eNeuro, the open access journal of the American Society for Neuroscience.

Viola Priesemann Porträt
Göttingen November 17, 2021

Lower Saxony Science Award for Viola Priesemann

On November 17, 2021, the Ministry of Science and Culture of Lower Saxony awarded the researcher of the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization (MPIDS) in Göttingen the prestigious Lower Saxony Science Award in the category "Scientist in an early career phase".

Christian Leibold
Freiburg November 11, 2021

Fascinated by memory: tracing memories in the brain

Christian Leibold is the new professor for Theoretical Systems Neuroscience at the Bernstein Center Freiburg. He focuses on the study of memory formation through data analysis and theory building. He focuses on the study of memory formation through data analysis and theory building.

Events

Bernstein Conference

Welcome to the Bernstein Conference collection on our VIMEO channel. Here you’ll find invited and contributed talks from the Bernstein Conference 2021 online. Enjoy!

The Bernstein Conference 2022 will take place Sep 13 – 16, 2022

Learn more about past Bernstein Conferences

Calls

Bilaterale Zusammenarbeit in Computational Neuroscience: Deutschland – USA

Die „Bilaterale Zusammenarbeit in Computational Neuroscience: Deutschland – USA“ ist eine transnationale Initiative zur Forschungsförderung zwischen Deutschland und den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika.

Deadline: 10.12.2021

Diversity in Research Paper Awards (DIRPA)

The DIRPA call of the Human Brain Project (HBP) invites applications for the Best Diversity in Research Papers, i.e. publications that consider diversity traits such as sex, gender, age, ethnicity, etc. in their specific field of research. Differentiating variables has been recognised to be relevant in brain research, robotics, and AI alike – from the level of stem cells to the reflected usage of data in order to avoid the replication of stereotypes.

Deadline: 21.12.2021

Friedmund Neumann Prize

The Schering Stiftung awards the Friedmund Neumann Prize to young scientists for outstanding basic research in human biology, organic chemistry or human medicine.

Deadline: 06.02.2022