Course application Course application

Applications is closed.

 

There was no registration fee. Seven travel grants were available upon request (European students only - residence).
Application from young female investigators was highly encouraged. 


If you expect that you might require a visa for your travel, we suggest applying as early as possible and/or contact the education programme office.

Scientific programme Scientific programme

Download the scientific programme for the 1st HBP Curriculum - ICT for non-specialists workshop.

 

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS:

  • Christian Brenninkmeijer - SpiNNaker and Neuromorphic Computing
    The University of Manchester (UMAN), UK
     
  • David Dahmen - Simulating large-scale spiking neuronal networks with NEST
    FZ Jülich, Germany
     
  • Andrew Davison - PyNN
    The French National Center for Scientific Research/Unit of Neuroscience Information and Complexity (CNRS), France
     
  • Andreas Grübl - Analogue Electronics and the BrainScaleS Physical Model System
    Heidelberg University (UHEI), Germany
     
  • Mateja Jamnik - Can Machines Think Like People?
    University of Cambridge (CAM), UK
     
  • Christoph Koke - BrainScaleS Tutorial
    Heidelberg University (UHEI), Germany
     
  • Alexander Kugele - BrainScaleS Tutorial
    Heidelberg University (UHEI), Germany
     
  • David Lester - SpiNNaker and Neuromorphic Computing
    The University of Manchester (UMAN), UK
     
  • Alan Stokes - SpiNNaker and Neuromorphic Computing
    The University of Manchester (UMAN), UK