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Art with neuroscience on a par

Art with neuroscience on a par

Yutaka Makino, Berlin-based Japanese artist, was selected to realise the interdisciplinary arts project “On Display - An Artistic View on Computational Neuroscience” for the Bernstein Conference 2018 in Berlin.

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The Bernstein Center Berlin celebrated its consolidation

The Bernstein Center Berlin celebrated its consolidation

Exciting times for German Computational Neuroscience. The Bernstein Centre Berlin (BCCN Berlin) celebrates its consolidation and the inauguration of the Interdisciplinary Center Computational Neuroscience (ICCN) at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

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New call: Multilateral Collaboration in Computational Neuroscience: Germany - USA - Israel - France

On October 24, 2017, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, BMBF) published the guidelines of the funding scheme "Multilateral Collaborations in Computational Neuroscience: Germany - USA - Israel - France" (October 2017).

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Excellence Strategy. Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience participates in 8 clusters

Excellence Strategy. Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience participates in 8 clusters

The Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience participates in 8 of the 88 draft proposals for clusters of excellence to compete in the final selection round.

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Brain-Computer Interfaces restore brain functions. ERC Starting Grant for Surjo Soekadar

Brain-Computer Interfaces restore brain functions. ERC Starting Grant for Surjo Soekadar

Physician Surjo Soekadar from Tübingen receives € 1.5 Million from the European Research Council for his research on Brain-Computer Interfaces.

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Brains for Brains Young Researcher Award 2017 for Elise Rowe from Australia

Brains for Brains Young Researcher Award 2017 for Elise Rowe from Australia

Elise Rowe from Melbourne, Australia received this year’s Brains for Brains Young Researchers’ Award in Computational Neuroscience. The prize was awarded on September 15, during the Bernstein Conference in Göttingen.

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Anna Martius receives prestigious Sofja Kovalevskaja Award 2017 of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

Anna Martius receives prestigious Sofja Kovalevskaja Award 2017 of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

The Sofja Kovalevskaja Award is one of the most valuable academic awards in Germany and allows the recipients to carry out research work under unique conditions: They may spend five years working on a research project at a university of their own choice in Germany and build up their own working groups – independently and largely untroubled by administrative constraints. The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation has singled out six international researchers between 30 and 37 years of age for one of Germany’s most valuable science awards: the winners will each be granted up to €1.65 million. Tübingen scientist Anna Marius (Levina) is one of this year’s awardees. She is based at the Berstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Tübingen and Werner Reinhardt Centre for Integrative Neuroscience (CIN) at the University of Tübingen and works in the field of systemic neuroscience and computational neuroscience with the host professor Matthias Bethge.

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Otto-Hahn-Medal of the Max Planck Society awarded to Mantas Gabrielaitis for his work on biological data streaming

Otto-Hahn-Medal of the Max Planck Society awarded to Mantas Gabrielaitis for his work on biological data streaming

Mantas Gabrielaitis receives the Otto Hahn Medal of the Max Planck society for his doctoral dissertation at the Max Planck Institute of Dynamics and Self-Organization (MPIDS) and the Bernstein Center Göttingen.

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