Neurobiology Workshop

Paul Brault paul at
Thu Dec 19 23:23:37 EST 2002

Announcing an intensive summer workshop at the Santa Fe Institute:


Dates: July 27 – August 8, 2003
Location: Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
Housing: St. John’s College, Santa Fe, NM
Organizing Committee: Hanna Parnas (Hebrew University), Lee Segel 
(Weizmann Institute of Science), Terry Sejnowski (Salk Institute)


This workshop is designed for graduate students, postdocs and junior 
faculty members with a solid knowledge of neurobiology and an interest 
in using theory. The tasks of the workshop are to introduce participants 
to hands-on computer simulations of small neuronal networks, to realize 
the ability of such models to explain selected experimental results, and 
to provide a vision of future uses of models and simulations in 
providing understanding of function in large neuronal networks, as in 
the brain. Enrollment is limited and is by application.


No tuition is charged. Housing and meals will be provided, at no cost to 
participants, at St. John's College in Santa Fe, NM. Housing will be in 
single dormitory rooms with shared bathrooms. Some travel funding is 


Provide a current resume with publications list (if any), a statement of 
research interests and comments about why this workshop would be 
beneficial to you, and two letters of recommendation from scientists who 
know your work.

Online: You may submit your materials using our online form at Online application is 
strongly encouraged.

Postal mail: Include your e-mail address and fax number, and specify 
whether you wish to apply for a travel scholarship. Do not bind your 
application materials in any manner. Send application materials to:

Neuron to Network Workshop
Santa Fe Institute
1399 Hyde Park Road
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 USA

Applications must be postmarked or electronically submitted by: March 
21, 2003.

Women, minorities, and students from developing countries are especially 
encouraged to apply.

For further details about the workshop, please e-mail 
mathmodel at or visit

This workshop is funded by a grant by the National Institute of General 
Medical Sciences of The National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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