EITN School in Computational Neuroscience
EITN School in Computational Neuroscience is an intensive computational neuroscience training aimed at neuroscience students and early-career researchers. It is supported by the Human Brain Project and is an opportunity to learn from researchers from all over Europe. The 2022 edition will take place from 21 to 30 September 2022 in Paris, France.
It is targeted at students or post-doctoral researchers in neurosciences or related field. Applications are open until 23 June 2022 July. Applications need to be addressed by email with a resume (CV) and a cover letter at email@example.com.
Please make sure to use an explicit email title such as “Application to EITN Fall School”.
• Sacha Van Albada (Forschungszentrum Jülich),
• Albert Gidon (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin),
• Alain Destexhe (CNRS),
• Matteo di Volo (Cergy Université),
• Spase Petkoski (Aix-Marseille Université),
• Gorka Zamora-Lopez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra).
Nicolas Brunel, Hermann Cuntz, Gustavo Deco, Alain Destexhe, Matteo di Volo, Albert Gidon, Jennifer Goldman, Moritz Helias, Viktor Jirsa, Maurizio Mattia, Spase Petkoskis, Sacha Van Albada, Gorka Zamora-Lopez, Damien Depannemaecker, Domenico Guarino, Jorge Mejias, Kirsten Fischer, Michael Dick. (More to come).
Why join ?
10 days of intensive training in computational neuroscience provided by researchers from all over Europe.
Small scale event: get to connect!
A complete program :
• Cellular models, and models of brain signals
• Circuit models and networks
• Mean-field models
• Whole-brain models
Hands-on learning schedule based on:
Morning classes and tutorials Group projects in the afternoon Free time in the evenings to visit Paris.
How to apply? This training has a limited capacity of 20 students, therefore a selection will be performed by a scientific organizing committee. Applications are open until 23 June 2022. Send your application by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will receive a confirmation your application has be received within 5 working days (or on the day application period closes (whichever comes the soonest). If not, please consider a technical issue and submit your application again. Contact email@example.com for any question or assistance.
Selection criteria include:
Working or studying in neuroscience or related Experience in python programming would help.
Priority is given to PhD students as the primary target of this training, although Master students and post-docs are welcome to apply.
Practical information: If selected, registration fee to attend the training is 400€. If selected, you will need to bring your own laptop with a few pre-installed programs. The tuition fee includes lunch, coffee, access to conference facilities and internet connection during the course days (Sunday not included). Location Institut Supérieur Clorivière, 119 Bd Diderot, 75012 Paris.
You can also consult these information on the dedicated SciencesConf website of the event (eitnschool2022.sciencesconf.org/).