[Comp-neuro] Over 20 positions in Computational Neuroscience in Germany - visit the Bernstein Network booth #3329 at SfN 2011!

Kerstin Schwarzwälder schwarzwaelder at bcos.uni-freiburg.de
Thu Nov 3 11:51:25 CET 2011


Dear colleagues,

at its booth no. 3329 at the upcoming SfN meeting in Washington D.C., 
the German Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience is presenting
- more than 20 job offers,
- more than 20 study programs,
- at more than 20 locations in Germany!

In addition, the booth features demos of:
- EyeSeeCam - a novel head mounted camera controlled by the user's eye 
movements - see through someone else's eyes! Demos are scheduled for 
Sunday (Nov. 13) through Wednesday (Nov. 16), at 9:40 am, 1:00 pm, and 
4:00 pm, additional demos can be held on request.

- nuSPIC - an online application which poses the challenge to discover 
functions implemented (hard-wired) in spiking neural networks (SNNs) by 
stimulating and recording activity of neurons. In addition, we are 
inviting users to implement predefined mathematical/logical functions 
using SNNs. Both these challenges are designed to test the tacit 
assumptions in neuroscience that functions performed by a specific brain 
structure can be identified from its neural activity and connectivity, 
and any mathematical/logical function can be implemented using SNNs. 
[more information: http://nuspic.g-node.org]. Demos are scheduled for 
Sunday (Nov. 13) through Wednesday (Nov. 16), at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm, 
additional demos can be held on request.

We look forward to welcoming you at booth #3329!

Best regards,
Kerstin Schwarzwaelder


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Dr. Kerstin Schwarzwälder
Bernstein Coordination Site of the
National Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience
Albert Ludwigs University Freiburg
Hansastr. 9A
79104 Freiburg
Germany

phone: +49 761 203 9594
fax: +49 761 203 9585

schwarzwaelder at bcos.uni-freiburg.de
www.nncn.de

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