Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience
Berlin, Germany
The Bernstein Center Berlin solicits applications for an international PhD program in Computational Neuroscience (http://www.bccn-berlin.de).
The PhD program is full-time for three years, and will start in October 2007. Course language is English. There are no tuition fees and the program offers a limited number of scholarships of up to € 1800,- per month initially for two years. The doctoral degree is awarded by the department of the student’s principal thesis advisor. Successful candidates additionally receive a certificate from the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience including a transcript of records.

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Closing the gap between neurophysiology and behaviour:
A computational modelling approach

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
May 31st-June 2nd 2007
Call for Attendance
This workshop is part of a series of published colloquia on ‘Advances in cognitive neuroscience’, held at the Behavioural Brain Sciences Centre, University of Birmingham. The general aim of the workshop is to bring together leading international researchers either using computational models, or collecting data directly relevant to models, to discuss the current state of the art, and to evaluate new directions in in the interaction between models and data.

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ADVANCED COURSE IN COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE (A PENS NEUROSCIENCE SCHOOL)
August 6th – 31st 2007, ARCACHON, FRANCE
DIRECTORS:
N. Brunel (Paris, France)
P. Dayan (UCL, UK)
I. Nelken (Jerusalem, Israel)
J. Rinzel (NYU, USA)
LOCAL ORGANIZER: Gwendal Le Masson (INSERM Bordeaux, France)
The Advanced Course in Computational Neuroscience is for advanced graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who are interested in learning the essentials of the field.

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Neurons, Networks and Behaviors
June 26 – July 13, 2007. Okinawa, Japan.
http://www.irp.oist.jp/ocnc/2007
Application Deadline: APRIL 5TH, 2007
The aim of the Okinawa Computational Neuroscience Course is to
provide opportunities for young researchers with theoretical backgrounds to learn the latest advances in neuroscience, and for those with experimental backgrounds to have hands-on experience in computational modeling.

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