Events and Workshops

POSTPONED: The second Göttingen Neural Networking Day had been planned for June 30, 2020. Together with the speakers we decided to postpone it.

Marieke Schölvinck and I will chair a workshop at FENS, Glasgow, 11-15 of July 2020. Speakers include Kenneth Harris, Anna Levina, Christian Machens, and Timothy O’Leary. – This workshop will take place online.

Johannes Zierenberg and David Kappel are regularly organizing a “Neuro-Stammtisch” in Göttingen.  If you are interested, join the mailing list.

 

PAST

We are organizing the first Göttingen Neural Networking Day on December 17th, 2019! We have about 60 registered participants and an interesting program.

Meet and greet: I will be in Oxford and London for a week begin of November 2019 – despite Brexit rumors.

I will give a talk at a workshop at the Bernstein Conference in Berlin, September 2019.

I will teach at the 7th Baltic-Nordic School on Neuroinformatics in Frankfurt, August 26 – 28.

Our Göttingen Workshop on Methods in Theoretical Neuroscience is staging for the fourth time! Dates: July 9 – 12 2019, right before CNS. Please visit our website: https://www.neuro-theory.org/
This was a great event, and we are already planning the next instantiation!

For the 14th time, we are organizing a workshop on Information Theory in Computational Neuroscience at the CNS conference, this year in Barcelona, July 16-17. We have launched a call for contributed talks.

We are organizing a workshop on Collective Dynamics in Neural Networks at the DPG Frühjahrstagung in Regensburg (GER), March 31 – April 5, 2019.  The detailed program can be found here.

We are looking forward to meeting you at our workshop “The Diversity of Dynamical States in Recurrent Neural Circuits”, which will take place at the Bernstein Conference in Berlin, on Sept 25/26, 2018.

For the 13th time, we are organizing a workshop on Information Theory in Computational Neuroscience at the CNS conference. It will take place on July 17/18, 2018, this year in Seattle. – Here you find the details about all our previous information theory workshops.