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Eurospin_7cm_72DPI.png EuroSPIN - European Study Program In Neuroinformatics - is a research and training network funded by the Erasmus Mundus Action of the European Union. Besides the BCF, EuroSPIN is carried out in universities in Sweden, Edinburgh and Bangalore. It combines neuroscience and informatics research to develop and apply computational tools and approaches that are essential for understanding the structure and function of the brain.

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NeuroTime - Neural processing of time - is a research and training network funded by the Erasmus Mundus Action of the European Union. Besides the BCF, NeuroTime is carried out in collaboration with universities and research centers in France, Netherlands, Switzerland, Israel and India. PhD candidates with a top quality international training in multidisplinary neuroscience contribute to the investigation of time processing, which is lying at the heart of brain function & dysfunction. The training provided by our program integrates developmental, molecular, cellular & behavioral neuroscience, chronobiology, computational neuroscience & neurotechnology.

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NAMASEN-ITN (Neuroelectronics and nanotechnology: towards a Multidisciplinary Approach for the Science and Engineering of Neuronal Networks) is a reserach and training network, funded by the Marie Curie Action “Initial Training Networks” of the European Union. Namasen consists of 12 partners, located in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Israel and Greece and of one associated industrial partner from Switzerland. Its mission is to lay the foundation of a virtual scientific institute for the multi-disciplinary study of Neuroengineering and Network-Neurosciences that trains a new generation of scientists and professionals and that contributes to Europe’s leading role in scientific innovation. It deals with Neuroelectronics and Nanotechnology, as a ground towards a Multidisciplinary Approach for the Science and Engineering of Neuronal Networks. NAMASEN targets both technological and scientific priorities, such as the development of novel multi-electrode arrays and advanced interfaces that functionally interact with neurons and networks. 

NeuroSeeker aims at tackling the structure and function of cortical modules in very different functional and cognitive contexts in order to understand the basic laws of multi-scale interactions between various cortical areas. Our research program is grounded in a theoretical background based on dynamical systems theory, electrophysiology, and expertise in the development of high-density neural probe arrays. It aims at bringing the level of detail in the analysis of brain circuits usually found in “pure physiology” experiments to the realm of cognition and behavior, by analyzing freely behaving animal and human subjects during the execution of a variety of cognitive and perceptual tasks.
NeuroCampus aims to make neuroscientific research and education accessible to junior and senior level researchers as well as clinicians of neuroscientific disciplines and healthcare professionals in basic and advanced training. One of the primary goals of the NeuroCampus is to install an educational platform and database by the year 2018, which will provide students and researchers with access to seminars and lectures at the participating institutions, and will even allow for some interactive participation. Another subproject of NeuroCampus will offer events and advanced training in neuroscientific education to schools and the general public.

 

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