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Lecture by Prof. Stefan Rotter available as web video

Lecture by Prof. Stefan Rotter available as web video

The lecture "Dynamics of recurrent pulse-coupled networks in the brain", held by Prof. Stefan Rotter at the Physics Colloquium on November 30, 2009, is now available online.

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Jeanette Hellgren talks about EuroSPIN

Jeanette Hellgren talks about EuroSPIN

The INCF Newsletter 4/09 published a conversation with Jeanette Hellgren about the new Erasmus Mundus PhD program "EuroSPIN".

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"Biologie in unserer Zeit" publishes article on Computational Neuroscience

"Biologie in unserer Zeit" publishes article on Computational Neuroscience

The German journal "Biologie in unserer Zeit" has published an article by Bernstein Professor Stefan Rotter and Gunnar Grah on computational neuroscience and recent findings.

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European Union awards Erasmus Mundus grant for Joint Doctorate Programme to the Bernstein Center Freiburg

European Union awards Erasmus Mundus grant for Joint Doctorate Programme to the Bernstein Center Freiburg

The Bernstein Center Freiburg will receive funding from the Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate Programme of the European Union to support its efforts in educating PhD students in the interdisciplinary field of neuroinformatics. The so-called EuroSPIN (European Study Programme in Neuroinformatics) will be carried out in collaboration with Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan in Stockholm, Sweden, the University of Edinburgh, UK, and the National Centre for Biological Sciences, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, in Bangalore, India. The programme will start in 2010.

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European Union awards Marie Curie Action “FACETS-ITN” to the Bernstein Center Freiburg

European Union awards Marie Curie Action “FACETS-ITN” to the Bernstein Center Freiburg

Embarking on a research career is not always easy. The European Commission seeks to support young researchers in this endeavour through the Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) Program. The Bernstein Center at Freiburg University was now awarded financial support that will allow 21 selected Ph.D. students to conduct their research in a highly interdisciplinary field that spans from neurobiology to electrical engineering and computer science.

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Networks for vision

Networks for vision

Theoretical study casts light on mechanisms of stimulus selectivity in the visual brain

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