Last call for applications ----- NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology, Freiburg, Germany

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Last call for applications ----- NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology, Freiburg, Germany

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%% NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology %%
%% October 10-15, 2010                                %%
%% Application deadline: June 30, 2010                %%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
 
Aim of the course
The course is intended to provide advanced Diploma/Masters and PhD students,
as well as young researchers from the neurosciences with approaches for the
analysis of electrophysiological data and the theoretical concepts behind
them.
http://www.bcf.uni-freiburg.de/events/conferences/101010-nwgcourse

The course includes various topics such as
• Neuron models and spike train statistics
• Point processes and correlation measures
• Systems and signals
• Local field potentials and synaptic plasticity
• FIND: New tools and developments

The course will consist of lectures in the morning and and matching
exercises using Matlab and Mathematica. Experience with these software
packages will be helpful but is not required for registration. The
participants should have a basic understanding of scientific programming.
This course is designated especially for advanced diploma/master-students
and PhD-students (preferentially in their first year).
 
Organisation and teaching:
• Dr. Stefan Rotter, Bernstein Center Freiburg, University of Freiburg
• Dr. Sonja Gruen, RIKEN Brain Science Institute
• Dr. Ulrich Egert, Biomicrotechnology, Department of Microsystems
Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Freiburg
• Dr. Ad Aertsen, Neurobiology & Biophysics, Faculty of Biology, University
of Freiburg,

Contact:
Dr. Janina Kirsch,
Bernstein Center Freiburg
Germany
Tel: +49 761 203 9575
Fax: +49 761 203 9559
Email: [hidden email]

Application
Please apply by sending an email containing your CV and a letter of
motivation to
[hidden email]

The course is limited to 20 participants.
Course fees:
NWG members: 50 Euro
others: 125 Euro

Course venue:
Bernstein Center Freiburg, Computerlab (ground floor), Hansastr. 9a, 79104
Freiburg, Germany


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Call for applications ----- NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology, Freiburg, Germany

Janina Kirsch-2

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%% NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology %%
%% October 16-21, 2011                                %%
%% Application deadline: June 30, 2011                %%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
 
Aim of the course
The course is intended to provide advanced Diploma/Masters and PhD students,
as well as young researchers from the neurosciences with approaches for the
analysis of electrophysiological data and the theoretical concepts behind
them.

http://www.bcf.uni-freiburg.de/events/conferences/20111016-nwgcourse 

The course includes various topics such as
• Neuron models and spike train statistics
• Point processes and correlation measures
• Systems and signals
• Local field potentials and synaptic plasticity

The course will consist of lectures in the morning and and matching
exercises using Matlab and Mathematica. Experience with these software
packages will be helpful but is not required for registration. The
participants should have a basic understanding of scientific programming.
This course is designated especially for advanced diploma/master-students
and PhD-students (preferentially in their first year).
 
Organisation and teaching:
• Dr. Stefan Rotter, Bernstein Center Freiburg, University of Freiburg
• Dr. Sonja Gruen, Kernforschungszentrum Jülich
• Dr. Ulrich Egert, Biomicrotechnology, Department of Microsystems
Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Freiburg
• Dr. Ad Aertsen, Neurobiology & Biophysics, Faculty of Biology, University
of Freiburg,

Contact:
Dr. Janina Kirsch,
Bernstein Center Freiburg
Germany
Tel: +49 761 203 9575
Fax: +49 761 203 9559
Email: [hidden email]

Application
Please apply by sending an email containing your CV and a meaningfull letter of
motivation to
[hidden email]

The course is limited to 20 participants.
Course fees:
NWG members: 50 Euro
others: 125 Euro

Course venue:
Bernstein Center Freiburg, Computerlab (ground floor), Hansastr. 9a, 79104
Freiburg, Germany


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BC11: Announcement and Call for Abstracts

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=== Announcement and Call for Abstracts ===

BC11: Computational Neuroscience & Neurotechnology

Bernstein Conference and Neurex Annual Meeting 2011
October 4-6, 2011

The Bernstein Conference is the central scientific meeting of the
Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience (www.nncn.de).
This year, it is organized by the Bernstein Center Freiburg and
will take place on October 4-6, 2011, in association with the
Annual Meeting of the tri-national neuroscience network Neurex
(www.neurex.org).

BC11 is a single-track conference, covering all aspects of
Computational Neuroscience and Neurotechnology (CN & NT).
We invite the submission of abstracts for poster presentations
from all relevant areas of CN & NT, including, but not limited to:
- sensory processing
- motor control
- learning and plasticity
- neural encoding and decoding
- neurons, networks and dynamical systems
- data analysis and machine learning
- brain-related diseases, network dysfunction, intervention
- neurotechnology, brain-machine interfaces

The abstracts will be published in the journal
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience.

CONFERENCE DATE AND VENUE:
October 4-6, 2011
Bernstein Center Freiburg and University of Freiburg, Germany

NNCN PhD-STUDENT SYMPOSIUM: "Perspectives - beyond the PhD"
October 7, 2011
Bernstein Center Freiburg, Germany

For registration and abstract submission, please visit
the Conference Website: http://www.bc11.de 

IMPORTANT DATES:
Abstract submission deadline: August 23, 2011
Early registration closes: August 23, 2011
Regular registration closes: September 27, 2011

ORGANIZATION:
Ulrich Egert (General Chair)
Ad Aertsen, Simone Cardoso de Oliveira, Florence Dancoisne,
Gunnar Grah, Gundel Jaeger, Bernd Wiebelt

We look forward to seeing you at BC11 !!

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Call for applications ----- NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology, Freiburg, Germany

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%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%% NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology %%
%% October 16-21, 2011                                %%
%% Application deadline: June 30, 2011                %%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
 
Aim of the course
The course is intended to provide advanced Diploma/Masters and PhD students,
as well as young researchers from the neurosciences with approaches for the
analysis of electrophysiological data and the theoretical concepts behind
them.

http://www.bcf.uni-freiburg.de/events/conferences/20111016-nwgcourse 

The course includes various topics such as
• Neuron models and spike train statistics
• Point processes and correlation measures
• Systems and signals
• Local field potentials and synaptic plasticity

The course will consist of lectures in the morning and and matching
exercises using Matlab and Mathematica. Experience with these software
packages will be helpful but is not required for registration. The
participants should have a basic understanding of scientific programming.
This course is designated especially for advanced diploma/master-students
and PhD-students (preferentially in their first year).
 
Organisation and teaching:
• Dr. Stefan Rotter, Bernstein Center Freiburg, University of Freiburg
• Dr. Sonja Gruen, Kernforschungszentrum Jülich
• Dr. Ulrich Egert, Biomicrotechnology, Department of Microsystems
Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Freiburg
• Dr. Ad Aertsen, Neurobiology & Biophysics, Faculty of Biology, University
of Freiburg,

Application
Please apply by sending an email containing your CV and a meaningfull letter of
motivation to
[hidden email]  

The course is limited to 20 participants.
Course fees:
NWG members: 50 Euro
others: 125 Euro

Course venue:
Bernstein Center Freiburg,
Lecture Hall and Computerlab (ground floor),
Hansastr. 9a, 79104
Freiburg, Germany

Contact:
Dr. Janina Kirsch,
Bernstein Center Freiburg
Germany
Tel: +49 761 203 9575
Fax: +49 761 203 9559
Email: [hidden email]


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Corrigendum ----- NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology, Freiburg, Germany

Janina Kirsch-2
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Apologies for an error in the announcement of the NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology.

The affiliation of Prof. Sonja Gruen given in the announcement was not correct.

Here is the correct affiliation:

Prof. Dr. Sonja Gruen
Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine (INM-6)
Computational and Systems Neuroscience
Research Center Juelich
52425 Juelich, Germany
tel. +49-2461-61-4748 (secr)
tel. +49-2461-61-9302
[hidden email]

Best regards,
Janina Kirsch



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LAST Call for applications ----- NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology, Freiburg, Germany

Janina Kirsch-2
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%% NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology %%
%% October 16-21, 2011                                %%
%% Application deadline: June 30, 2011                %%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
 
Aim of the course
The course is intended to provide advanced Diploma/Masters and PhD students,
as well as young researchers from the neurosciences with approaches for the
analysis of electrophysiological data and the theoretical concepts behind
them.

http://www.bcf.uni-freiburg.de/events/conferences/20111016-nwgcourse   

The course includes various topics such as
• Neuron models and spike train statistics
• Point processes and correlation measures
• Systems and signals
• Local field potentials and synaptic plasticity

The course will consist of lectures in the morning and and matching
exercises using Matlab and Mathematica. Experience with these software
packages will be helpful but is not required for registration. The
participants should have a basic understanding of scientific programming.
This course is designated especially for advanced diploma/master-students
and PhD-students (preferentially in their first year).
 
Organisation and teaching:
• Dr. Stefan Rotter, Bernstein Center Freiburg, University of Freiburg
• Dr. Sonja Gruen, Research Center Jülich
• Dr. Ulrich Egert, Biomicrotechnology, Department of Microsystems
Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Freiburg
• Dr. Ad Aertsen, Neurobiology & Biophysics, Faculty of Biology, University
of Freiburg,

Application
Please apply by sending an email containing your CV and a meaningfull letter of
motivation to
[hidden email]  

The course is limited to 20 participants.
Course fees:
NWG members: 50 Euro
others: 125 Euro

Course venue:
Bernstein Center Freiburg,
Lecture Hall and Computerlab (ground floor),
Hansastr. 9a, 79104
Freiburg, Germany

Contact:
Dr. Janina Kirsch,
Bernstein Center Freiburg
Germany
Tel: +49 761 203 9575
Fax: +49 761 203 9559
Email: [hidden email]  


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BC11: 2nd Announcement and Call for Abstracts

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=== 2nd Announcement and Call for Abstracts ===

BC11: Computational Neuroscience & Neurotechnology

Bernstein Conference and Neurex Annual Meeting 2011
October 4-6, 2011

NOTE: Early registration & abstract submission close Aug. 23, 2011.

The Bernstein Conference is the central scientific meeting of the
Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience (www.nncn.de).
This year, it is organized by the Bernstein Center Freiburg and
will take place on October 4-6, 2011, in association with the
Annual Meeting of the tri-national neuroscience network Neurex
(www.neurex.org).

BC11 is a single-track conference, covering all aspects of
Computational Neuroscience and Neurotechnology (CN & NT).
We invite the submission of abstracts for poster presentations
from all relevant areas of CN & NT, including, but not limited to:
- sensory processing
- motor control
- learning and plasticity
- neural encoding and decoding
- neurons, networks and dynamical systems
- data analysis and machine learning
- brain-related diseases, network dysfunction, intervention
- neurotechnology, brain-machine interfaces

The abstracts will be published in the journal
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience.
Several poster prizes (500 EUR each) will be awarded.

Moreover, the NeuroVision Film Contest offers two 500 EUR awards
for the best visualization of neuroscience!
(www.bccn-2011.uni-freiburg.de/neurovision)

CONFERENCE DATE AND VENUE:
October 4-6, 2011
Bernstein Center Freiburg and University of Freiburg, Germany

NNCN PhD-STUDENT SYMPOSIUM: "Perspectives - beyond the PhD"
October 7, 2011
Bernstein Center Freiburg, Germany

For registration and abstract submission, please visit
the Conference Website: http://www.bc11.de 

IMPORTANT DATES:
Abstract submission deadline: August 23, 2011
Early registration closes: August 23, 2011
Regular registration closes: September 27, 2011

ORGANIZATION:
Ulrich Egert (General Chair)
Ad Aertsen, Simone Cardoso de Oliveira, Florence Dancoisne,
Andreas Friedrich, Gunnar Grah, Gundel Jaeger, Bernd Wiebelt

We look forward to seeing you at BC11 !!

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BC11: Final Announcement and Call for Abstracts

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=== Final Announcement and Call for Abstracts ===

BC11: Computational Neuroscience & Neurotechnology

Bernstein Conference and Neurex Annual Meeting 2011
October 4-6, 2011

NOTE: Early registration & abstract submission close Aug. 23, 2011.

The Bernstein Conference is the central scientific meeting of the
Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience (www.nncn.de).
This year, it is organized by the Bernstein Center Freiburg and
will take place on October 4-6, 2011, in association with the
Annual Meeting of the tri-national neuroscience network Neurex
(www.neurex.org).

BC11 is a single-track conference, covering all aspects of
Computational Neuroscience and Neurotechnology (CN & NT).
We invite the submission of abstracts for poster presentations
from all relevant areas of CN & NT, including, but not limited to:
- sensory processing
- motor control
- learning and plasticity
- neural encoding and decoding
- neurons, networks and dynamical systems
- data analysis and machine learning
- brain-related diseases, network dysfunction, intervention
- neurotechnology, brain-machine interfaces

The abstracts will be published in the journal
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience.
Several poster prizes (500 EUR each) will be awarded.

Moreover, the NeuroVision Film Contest offers two 500 EUR awards
for the best visualization of neuroscience!
(www.bccn-2011.uni-freiburg.de/neurovision)

CONFERENCE DATE AND VENUE:
October 4-6, 2011
Bernstein Center Freiburg and University of Freiburg, Germany

NNCN PhD-STUDENT SYMPOSIUM: "Perspectives - beyond the PhD"
October 7, 2011
Bernstein Center Freiburg, Germany

For registration and abstract submission, please visit
the Conference Website: http://www.bc11.de 

IMPORTANT DATES:
Abstract submission deadline: August 23, 2011
Early registration closes: August 23, 2011
Regular registration closes: September 27, 2011

ORGANIZATION:
Ulrich Egert (General Chair)
Ad Aertsen, Simone Cardoso de Oliveira, Florence Dancoisne,
Andreas Friedrich, Gunnar Grah, Gundel Jaeger, Bernd Wiebelt

We look forward to seeing you at BC11 !!


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Call for applications ----- BCF/NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology, Freiburg, Germany

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%% BCF/NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology %%
%% October 7-12, 2012                                     %%
%% Application deadline: June 30, 2012                    %%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

 
%% Aim of the course %%
The course is intended to provide advanced Diploma/Masters and PhD students, as well as young researchers from the neurosciences with approaches for the analysis of electrophysiological data and the theoretical concepts behind them.

http://www.bcf.uni-freiburg.de/events/conferences-workshops/20121007-nwgcourse

The course includes various topics such as • Neuron models and spike train statistics • Point processes and correlation measures • Systems and signals • Local field potentials and synaptic plasticity

The course will consist of lectures in the morning and and matching exercises using Matlab and Mathematica. Experience with these software packages will be helpful but is not required for registration. The participants should have a basic understanding of scientific programming.
This course is designated especially for advanced diploma/M.Sc.-students and PhD-students (preferentially in their first year).
 
%% Faculty %%
• Dr. Stefan Rotter, Bernstein Center Freiburg, University of Freiburg • Dr. Sonja Gruen, Research Center Jülich • Dr. Ulrich Egert, Biomicrotechnology, Department of Microsystems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Freiburg • Dr. Ad Aertsen, Neurobiology & Biophysics, Faculty of Biology, University of Freiburg,

%% Application %%
Please apply by sending an email containing your CV and a meaningfull letter of motivation to
[hidden email]      

The course is limited to 20 participants.
Course fees:
NWG members: 50 Euro
others: 125 Euro

%% Course venue %%
Bernstein Center Freiburg,
Lecture Hall and Computerlab (ground floor), Hansastr. 9a, 79104 Freiburg, Germany http://www.bcf.uni-freiburg.de/contact/findus 

%% Contact %%
Dr. Janina Kirsch,
Bernstein Center Freiburg
Germany
Tel: +49 761 203 9575
Fax: +49 761 203 9559
Email: [hidden email]  



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LAST Call for applications ----- BCF/NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology, Freiburg, Germany

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%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%% BCF/NWG-Course: Analysis and Models in Neurophysiology %%
%% October 7-12, 2012                                     %%
%% Application deadline: June 30, 2012                    %%
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

 
%% Aim of the course %%
The course is intended to provide advanced Diploma/Masters and PhD students, as well as young researchers from the neurosciences with approaches for the analysis of electrophysiological data and the theoretical concepts behind them.

http://www.bcf.uni-freiburg.de/events/conferences-workshops/20121007-nwgcourse

The course includes various topics such as
• Neuron models and spike train statistics
• Point processes and correlation measures
• Systems and signals
• Local field potentials and synaptic plasticity

The course will consist of lectures in the morning and and matching exercises using Matlab and Mathematica. Experience with these software packages will be helpful but is not required for registration. The participants should have a basic understanding of scientific programming.
This course is designated especially for advanced diploma/M.Sc.-students and PhD-students (preferentially in their first year).
 
%% Faculty %%
• Dr. Stefan Rotter, Bernstein Center Freiburg, University of Freiburg
• Dr. Sonja Gruen, Research Center Jülich
• Dr. Ad Aertsen, Neurobiology & Biophysics, Faculty of Biology, University of Freiburg
• Dr. Ulrich Egert, Biomicrotechnology, Department of Microsystems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Freiburg


%% Application %%
Please apply by sending an email containing your CV and a meaningfull letter of motivation to
[hidden email]      

The course is limited to 20 participants.
Course fees:
NWG members: 50 Euro
others: 125 Euro

%% Course venue %%
Bernstein Center Freiburg,
Lecture Hall and Computerlab (ground floor),
Hansastr. 9a,
79104 Freiburg, Germany
http://www.bcf.uni-freiburg.de/contact/findus 

%% Contact %%
Dr. Janina Kirsch,
Bernstein Center Freiburg
Germany
Tel: +49 761 203 9575
Fax: +49 761 203 9559
Email: [hidden email]  



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