With this symposium the Bernstein Center Berlin and its Graduate Programs will celebrate two years of activities of the DFG-funded Research Training Group "Sensory Computation in Neural Systems". The scientific program will focus on the newest hypotheses and findings on sensory coding, perception, and their link to cognitive functions. A number of excellent international speakers will present their research and we also invite neuroscientists from all over the world to join the event and discuss their most recent findings and hypotheses in the field of brain computation and neuroimaging.
On the last day of the event, the new Interdisciplinary Center for Modern Imaging (ICMB) and the Berlin Center for Advanced Neuroimaging (BCAN) will be ceremonially opened. The BCAN is a new facility that houses two 3-Tesla MRI scanners and that promotes computational techniques in neuroimaging. It is hosted within the ICMB, an interdisciplinary center with high-end devices for molecular imagining and MR-elastography. Both centers will be inaugurated with invited talks by internationally renowned speakers and introduced to the public in a guided tour.
Registration is required.
Participants are welcome to contribute posters.
See the full program for further details. Download conference poster (symposium_poster.pdf)