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Göttingen innovative project receives close to €1 Mio research funds from Leibniz Association

Göttingen innovative project receives close to €1 Mio research funds from Leibniz Association

How does social information influence perception and behavior? This question is at the centre of the joint project of the German Primate Center, the University and University Medicine Göttingen, the European Neuroscience Institute and the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization.

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Tobias Moser receives traditional Guyot Prize for Otology 2019

The University of Groningen honors hearing scientists of the University Medical Center Göttingen for their outstanding work with its oldest science award for otology.

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Sparking research enthusiasm amongst young and old

Sparking research enthusiasm amongst young and old

The booth of the Bernstein Network at the FORSCHA in Munich was one of the biggest magnet for inquisitive visitors of all ages.

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Join us at FORSCHA 2019

Join us at FORSCHA 2019

Listen and experience what your brain can do. Join us at FORSCHA 2019 in Munich, November 15-17.

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Signal Processing at its most advanced. Bernstein Conference attracts brain scientists from all over the world to Berlin

Signal Processing at its most advanced. Bernstein Conference attracts brain scientists from all over the world to Berlin

Currently, Artificial Intelligence is often at the center of many debates. Yet, how strongly different research disciplines are interconnected in AI is often unclear to many. At the borders between the neurosciences and the natural sciences, computational neuroscientists worldwide are exploring different questions and yet always come back to the best example: the natural brain.
During the international Bernstein Conference on Computational Neuroscience from September 18-20 in Berlin, experts of deep learning, evolutionary brain research and applied AI will discuss current scientific topics.

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BASF and TU Berlin launch machine learning cooperation

BASF and TU Berlin launch machine learning cooperation

BASF and Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin) have signed an agreement to cooperate closely in the area of machine learning. The aim of the Berlin-based Joint Lab for Machine Learning (BASLEARN) is to develop workable new mathematical models and algorithms for fundamental questions relating to chemistry, for example from process or quantum chemistry. Both partners are jointly committed to this aim in the coming years. As an essential part of the cooperation, BASF will support the research work of Dr. Klaus Robert Müller, professor of machine learning and spokesperson for the Berlin Center for Machine Learning at TU Berlin, with a total of over €2.5 million over the coming five years.

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Markus Diesmann full member of the the Academy of Sciences and Literature | Mainz

Markus Diesmann full member of the the Academy of Sciences and Literature | Mainz

The Academy of Sciences and Literature | Mainz has admitted six new members. The full members now include Markus Diesmann, neuroscientist, Elisabeth Rieken, linguist, and Judith Schalansky, author. New corresponding members are Lutz H. Gade, chemist, Wulfram Gerstner, neuroscientist, and Aleš Šteger, author.

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Research funding for the digital orientation of Life Sciences

Research funding for the digital orientation of Life Sciences

Funding of "Deep Learning Methods for Association Studies of Transcriptomic and Systemic Dynamics in Morphogenetically Active Tissues".

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Recognizing pathological movement patterns - with the help of artificial intelligence

Recognizing pathological movement patterns - with the help of artificial intelligence

Göttingen research project "Deep Movement Diagnostics" receives around 1.2 million euros for the development of three-dimensional reconstructions of movement patterns

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