With the aim at fostering a new generation of scientists who have been trained in both mathematical / computational skills and neuroscientific methodologies. Therefore the Bernstein Center Berlin has set up two international, interdisciplinary graduate programs:
Tilo Schwalger wird am 01.10. auf die Juniorprofessur "Data Assimilation in Neuroscience" an der Technischen
Universität Berlin berufen und damit das Bernstein Zentrum Berlin bereichern.
Tilo Schwalger accepted the call for the BCCN Junior Professorship "Data Assimilation in Neuroscience" at the Technische Universität Berlin and starts his new position today, October 1, 2018.
Shimpei Ishiyama has been awarded with one of eight Freigeist Fellowships (VW Stiftung).
The Bernstein Center Berlin was founded in 2004 and addresses one of the most challenging questions in computational and cognitive neuroscience:
“How is it possible that we can react to sensory stimuli with millisecond precision if intermediate processing elements – on the level of single synapses, single neurons, small networks and even large neural systems – vary significantly in their response to the same repeated stimulus?”