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Brain Day 2005

On 11 and 12 November 2005, the first "Brain Day" will take place in the Urania Berlin and is co-organized by the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin (2005).

The "Brain Day" provides the general public with the opportunity of some insight into the latest findings in neuroscience and their applications. This will include the presentation and discussion of the latest findings in brain research and their significance.

The Berlin Bernstein Center will be represented by two members giving lectures at this event, on the topics of "Berlin Brain-Computer-Interface - Controlling computers and machines by thinking" (Gabriel Curio) and "Understanding thinking - Computational Neuroscience" (Andreas Herz).


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Program "Brain Day"

November 11, 2005

Brain Day 2005

 

Programm "Brain Day"

November 12, 2005

Urania Berlin