[Comp-neuro] Summer course in Computational Neuroscience: Vision

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Thu Feb 9 01:44:30 CET 2012


*Summer course*

COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE: VISION

June 20 – July 3, 2012

COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY

*Application Deadline: March 15, 2012*



Arranged by Geoffrey Boynton, Gregory Horwitz, and Stefan Treue

The course is offered every two years and gives 24 graduate students and
postdocs switching into this field of research the chance for intensive
interchange with a diverse faculty in an intellectually stimulating
environment.

The goal of the course is to introduce students (usually in the middle of
their thesis project) to the processing of visual information as a model
for general issues in systems neuroscience. The emphasis is on approaches
with strong theoretical bases. In addition to talks by an international
faculty, the course offers ample opportunity to interact with the speakers
and to apply the knowledge gained in the course through hands-on projects.

Please see http://meetings.cshl.edu/courses/c-visi12.shtml for more
information about the course, the faculty, and the application procedure.
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