Meetings & Courses

Summer School: Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience

Suzhou, China 
June 26 – July 19, 2018

Application deadline: March 14th, 2018


Organized by:

 Xiao-Jing Wang, New York University and NYU Shanghai, USA/China

Zachary Mainen, Champalimaud Research, Portugal

Si Wu, Beijing Normal University, China

John D. Murray, Yale University, USA

Eric DeWitt, Champalimaud Research, Portugal

The Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN) summer school is a unique international summer school focusing on systems neuroscience and cognition from a computational and theoretical perspective. Lectures from leading international faculty in experimental, computational and theoretical neuroscience are tightly coupled with computational tutorials in a series of modules. Each module covers a core area, integrating experimental, theoretical and computational perspectives. The course aims to train talented and highly motivated graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from around the world. Applicants with quantitative (including Physics, Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science) or experimental backgrounds are welcome. The summer school also has the mission of training and integrating students from diverse academic, cultural and geographic backgrounds. The practical training includes learning Python-based approaches to programming, data analysis and modeling. Students work through tutorials designed with the faculty and then design, plan and complete a series of open-ended projects for each module.

The faculty for the 2018 edition of the CCN summer school are(Lecturer, Affiliation, Country/Region):

Eric DeWitt, Champalimaud Research

Shaul Druckmann, Janelia Farms

Jeff Erlich, NYU SH

Birte Forstmann, U Amsterdam

David Foster, Berkeley

Julijana Gjorgjieva, MPI Brain Research

Michael Hausser, UCL

Alex Huth, UT Austin

Chris Honey, Johns Hopkins

Sukbin Lim, NYU SH

Zach Mainen, Champalimaud Research

John Murray, Yale

Peggy Series, U Edinburgh

Maurice Smith, Harvard

Xiao-Jing Wang, NYU

Si Wu, BNU

Byron Yu, CMU

+ more!





Please note Scholarships are available to offset tuition for a majority of participants. No payment is due until the selection decisions are made but any applicant requiring support should request this in writing during the online application. 
Payment instructions will be sent out right after the selections are made.





This course is sponsored by:

Simons Foundation

Google DeepMind


Apply Here