[Comp-neuro] Register for ENCODS 2018 - European Neuroscience Conference by Doctoral Students - Deadline January 31st

Organizers ENCODS2018 2018 at encods.eu
Tue Jan 23 11:14:42 CET 2018

We are pleased to invite you to:

*ENCODS 2018* (European Neuroscience Conference by Doctoral Students)
Berlin, Germany, 5-6 July 2018

We are a conference organised for and by doctoral students and a partner of FENS
(Federation of European Neuroscience Societies).

We aim to increase scientific exchange by bringing together young researchers,
established scientists and visionaries. This new edition of ENCODS 2018 in
Berlin, Germany, is designed to move beyond the sometimes rigid speaker-audience
concept by including a wide range of original activities to create a dynamic
environment for blossoming of ideas and networking among scientists.

ENCODS – the European Neuroscience Conference by Doctoral Students

5th-6th July 2018, the days preceding the FENS Forum

Berlin, Germany

Doctoral students from every discipline within the field of neuroscience

Register for ENCODS 2018 at

Please note that registration is open until the *31st January 2018*.
Registration fee waivers and travel grants are available, pending availability
and application approval.

* Exciting talks:
- Big neuroscience projects: Nancy Ip, Hong Kong University of Science and
- Novel methods in neuroscience: Thomas Knöpfel, Imperial College London
- Science and industry: Sakyasingha Dasgupta, Ascent Robotics, Inc. Japan
- The future of health: Elisabeth Binder, Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry,

* 16 selected student talks

* Engaging workshops:
- Open science, Bianca Kramer and Jeroen Bosman, Utrecht University Library,
- The publication process, Paul Bolam, University of Oxford, UK
- Experimental design, Chris Hartgerink, Tilburg University, Netherlands
- Presentation skills, Anna Elena Pepe, Phoebus coaching, UK 

* An afternoon of Unconference, a participant-driven space for open discussion

* Science & Society session: Methods of an embodied mind (supported by the
Schering Stiftung, Berlin)

For more information and registration, visit:

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