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We 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:

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News

Die Einstein Stiftung fördert das Zentrum bis Ende 2026 mit rund 5,3 Millionen Euro. Michael Brecht, geschäftsführender Direktor des BCCN Berlin, ist Mitglied des Vorstands des neuen Einstein Zentrums 3R. 3R steht für Replace, Reduce, Refine - übersetzt: Ersetzen, Verringern, Verbessern.

 

The Einstein Foundation support the new Einstein Center financially until 2026 with 5.3 million €. Michael Brecht, executive director of the BCCN Berlin, is member of the Center's steering committee. 3R represents Replace, Reduce, Refine.

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Michael Brecht wurde als Ordentliches Mitglied in die Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften gewählt. Er gehört der Klasse "Biowissenschaften-Medizin" an. Die Urkunde wurde an alle 14 neuen Mitglieder am 5. Juni 2021, dem Leibniztag, während der Festveranstaltung überreicht.

Wir gratulieren!

 

Michael Brecht is one of the 14 new members of the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften. During the commemorative event on June 5, 2021, the Leibniztag, all members received their membership certificates.

Congratulations!

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Susanne Schreiber will be supported as an Einstein Professor at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the BCCN Berlin. With this additional funding from the Einstein Foundation, Schreiber, an expert in theoretical neurophysiology, will now continue her research here at the BCCN Berlin and Humboldt/Universität zu Berlin.

Susanne Schreiber wird ihre Forschung zur neuronalen Informationsverarbeitung als künftige Einstein-Professorin an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin und am BCCN Berlin fortführen.

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About

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?”

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Mailing Lists

The BCCN Berlin maintains several mailing lists to ensure that relevant information, events, and talks are distributed to the appropriate audiences.

The BCCN_Talks-list informs the scientific community about scientific talks, events, and other interesting news. To join, please send an email with your name and scientific affiliation to: margret.franke (at) bccn-berlin (dot) de.