[Computational-biology] Goettingen course on COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE

michael at jupiter.chaos.gwdg.de michael at jupiter.chaos.gwdg.de
Wed Jun 15 17:14:48 EST 2005

        Applications are invited for a tutorial course on

        COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE at Goettingen, Germany

                    September 20 - 24, 2005

        organized by J. M. Herrmann, S. Treue and T. Geisel

The course is intended to provide graduate students and young
researchers from all parts of neuroscience with working knowledge of
theoretical and computational methods in neuroscience and to acquaint
them with recent developments in this field. The course includes
tutorials and lectures on the following topics:

Misha Tsodyks (Rehovot)
"Dynamic synaptic transmission in neocortical circuits"

Michael Rudolph (Gif-sur-Yvette)
"Neuronal dynamics in the active brain"

Richard Kempter (Berlin)
"Learning, memory, and plasticity in the hippocampus"

Florentin Woergoetter (Stirling)
"Learning and plasticity in behaving systems"

Stefan Treue (Goettingen)
"Mechanisms and models of visual attention"

The course takes place at the Department of Nonlinear Dynamics of the
Max-Planck Institute for Dynamics and Selforganization, Bunsenstr. 10,
D-37073 Goettingen. A course fee of 100 Euro includes participation in
the tutorials, study materials, and part of the social events. The
number of participants is limited to about 30. Course language is

To apply please fill in the application form at:
by July 24, 2005.

For further information please contact: cns-course at chaos.gwdg.de

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