The HBP Curriculum Workshops aim at addressing students outside their area of specialisation e.g. neuroscience for computer scientists. This is complemented by offering teaching in transversal competencies relevant to the HBP‘s goals, such as research, ethics, broader ethical issues raised by scientific research, IPR management at legal and organisational solutions for exploiting project results.
The courses take place from 4-6 July 2018 in Berlin, prior to the FENS Forum. All five workshops are held in parallel. Applicants can choose between the following topics:
The workshops address early career researchers who want to gain knowledge outside their area of specialisation or who are interested in learning about ethical challenges or intellectual property rights.
Application is open to the entire student community and early career researchers, regardless of whether they are affiliated with the Human Brain Project or not. Applications from young female investigators are highly encouraged.
A maximum of 30 participants per workshop will be selected by the Scientific Chair and the HBP Education Programme in a competitive selection process based on academic merit. Participants are required to submit a CV and a motivation letter with their application. Applicants selected for participation will be informed within three weeks after the application deadline.
Download the application guidelines.
Participation fee: 250,00€
The fee does not include travel and accommodation. Fees will be collected after participants have been selected.
Application is mandatory.
Registration fee waivers are available for a limited number of participants per workshop. Participants can apply for fee waivers prior to the application deadline by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The minimum number of participants per workshop is 10. In case a workshop is cancelled due to a lower number of participants, a reassignment to one of the other workshops taking place at the same time will be offered.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION INFORMATION
A joint poster session is organised on the evening of 5 July. If you want to present your research in the poster session, please submit an abstract with your application.
Participants have the possibility of taking an exam related to the online content of the courses. Upon successful completion, ECTS credits can be awarded. The credits are awarded by the Medical University of Innsbruck / Austria (MUI) if the following conditions are fulfilled:
• Full attendance of one workshop (late applications possible)
• Registration for HBP Online Course on Interdisciplinary Brain Science via e-mail to email@example.com, stating which online course(s) you would like to attend
(deadline 23 May 2018)
• Attendance of the online course(s)
• Successful completion of exam(s)
In total, it is possible to achieve a maximum of 10 ECTS credits for all 5 courses.
The credits for the 5 courses are distributed as follows:
• Brain medicine for non-specialists: 2,5 ECTS
• Neurobiology for non-specialists - Basic: 1 ECTS; Advanced: 1 ECTS –> total: 2 ECTS*
(* It is possible to only take the Basic exam, or both Basics and Advanced, but not only the Advanced exam.)
• ICT for non-specialists: 1,5 ECTS
• Research, ethics and societal impact: 1,5 ECTS• Intellectual property rights, translation and exploitation of research: 2,5 ECTS
Examination fee: 30€ (per exam).