2 Mar Course: Methods in Computational Neuroscience (Woods Hole, MA, July 29 - Aug 26): apply latest March 5 http://t.co/FjCm3t1m2C #neuroscience Follow usView all highlights
CAMP (Computational Approaches to Memory and Plasticity at NCBS, Bangalore) is a 16-day summer school on the theory and simulation of learning, memory and plasticity in the brain. It takes place June 27 - July 12, and is co-organized by Indian Node members at the NCBS in Bangalore. The curriculum combines lectures with hands-on exercises. International applicants from experimental and theoretical backgrounds are welcome. Two letters of reference needed. Applications are open until March 1.
INCF has applied to be a mentoring organization in Google Summer of Code, our fifth year running. Project ideas and mentors have been recruited from our community, mainly our Nodes and Programs, and range from simulators and computational modelling to tools for neuroimaging, EEG data management and connectivity analysis. The accepted organizations will be announced by Google on March 2 - keep your fingers crossed!
Python is quickly becoming a standard tool for the programming neuroscientist. The INCF German Node (G-Node) is organizing the summer school "Advanced Scientific Programming in Python" together with the BCCN Munich and the Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences, for Master or PhD students and Post-docs from all areas of science. Competence in Python or in another language such as Java, C/C++, MATLAB, or Mathematica is absolutely required. The course will be held August 31 - September 5 in Munich, Germany. Apply latest March 31.
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INCF receives contributions from our member countries, based on gross domestic expenditures on research and development.
Karolinska Institutet and the Royal Institute of Technology are the host institutions of INCF. Further support is also received from the Swedish Research Council,