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09/18/2019 - 09/20/2019 | Berlin

Bernstein Conference on Computational Neuroscience

The Bernstein Conference is the largest annual Computational Neuroscience conference in this inderdisciplinary field of research. This year many acclaimed international speakers will come to Berlin.

Prof. Dr. Susanne Schreiber (HU Berlin), organizer of the conference, is pleased that so many acclaimed international researchers with backgrounds in experimental and/ or theoretical neuroscience have accepted the invitation to Berlin. This year’s speakers are Eve Marder (USA), Matthias Bethge (Germany), Dora Angelaki (USA), Matthew Botvinick (USA), Claudia Clopath (UK), Nicolas Brunel (USA), Hopi Hoekstra (USA), Gilles Laurent (Germany), Haim Sompolinsky (USA/ Israel), Gašper Tkačik (Austria) and Nachum Ulanovsky (Israel). Their talks will reveal how closely theory and experiment are intertwined on the way to understanding the functionality of the brain.

In the many subdisciplines of neuroscience, computational neuroscience is a bridge discipline connecting experimentally and theoretically working researchers. In the days of "big data" and artificial intelligence (AI), this interdisciplinary focus is highly relevant for the neurosciences and many other related disciplines.

Information on participating / attending:
Active Participation:
The deadline for abstracts aimed as contributed talks and posters is June 13, 2019. The deadline for abstracts aimed as posters only is July 03, 2019.

Please note:
The contributed talks will be selected in a (double-)blind review process. Please design your abstract accordingly and ensure that no author or affiliation identifiers are included. Cite all relevant prior work (including your own) only in the passive voice or in the third person (for example, “It has been shown that… [1]” or "They have shown that... [1]”), do not use the words “my” or “our”, and do not include references to funding sources. Abstracts that have not been properly anonymized cannot be considered for contributed talks.

If you intend to attend the conference without giving a talk or a poster, you may register until the first day of the conference. Early bird discounts apply until July 09, 2019.
Current information can be found here:
https://www.bernstein-network.de/en/bernstein-conference/2019/registration

Date:

09/18/2019 14:00 - 09/20/2019 13:15

Registration deadline:

09/18/2019

Event venue:

Technische Universität Berlin,
Straße des 17. Juni 135
10623 Berlin
Berlin
Germany

Target group:

Journalists, Scientists and scholars

Relevance:

international

Subject areas:

Biology, Information technology, Mathematics, Medicine, Physics / astronomy

Types of events:

Conference / symposium / (annual) conference, Press conferences

Entry:

06/03/2019

Sender/author:

Nikola Schwarzer

Department:

Bernstein Koordinationsstelle, Außenstelle des Forschungszentrums Jülich

Event is free:

no

Language of the text:

English

URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event63912

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