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.
The good news is a reason to celebrate also for students of the BCCN Belrin. (c)BCCN Berlin/Franke
This allows to support the doctoral students with a Personal Development Fund, including workshops, stays in external labs, conference visits and open access publications. Furthermore, a Pre-Doc Internship Program will be established to fund six four-month Pre-Doc Internships per year in the BCCN Berlin research groups, which will particularly appeal to students from emerging countries. The BCCN Berlin Alumni Program will also benefit from this funding with a new regular Alumni Lecture Series and further Alumni Workshops.
The BCCN Berlin is very grateful to the Einstein Foundation Berlin for this generous support.
The International Doctoral Program Computational Neuroscience at the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin (BCCN Berlin) was founded in 2007 as a cooperation between the Technische Universität, the Humboldt Universität, the Freie Universität and the Charité. The cross-institutional structure aims to educate a new generation of scientists trained in both mathematical/computational skills and neuroscientific methods. This will provide a scientific language for the study of the brain and its dysfunctions that can be used across disciplines and levels in neurobiology, cognitive science, and information technology.