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Understanding Human Senses

Understanding Human Senses

UMG Collaborative Research Center receives funding for another four years

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ERC Synergy Grant for Michael Brecht and colleagues

ERC Synergy Grant for Michael Brecht and colleagues

In "BrainPlay", the interdisciplinary project team, consisting of Michael Brecht, Daphne Bavelier, Robert Gütig and Dietmar Schmitz, is exploring the question about what goes on in the brain during play.

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Competence Centers for Machine Learning in Tübingen and Berlin

In October, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) announced the federal funding for the establishment of competence centres for machine learning. This is to say that research projects on artificial intelligence are pooled at four locations in Germany, including Berlin and Tübingen, two central locations of the Bernstein Network. These competence centres will play an important role in the federal government's declared strategy on artificial intelligence.

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Science Days 2018

Science Days 2018

Listen and experience what your brain can do - this was was the motto of the Bernstein Network at the Science Days at Europa Park in Rust.

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Science Days 2018 – join us!

Science Days 2018 – join us!

Listen and experience what your brain can do. At the Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience at Europa Park Rust.

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Kick-off for new SMARTStart students

Kick-off for new SMARTStart students

The kick-off meeting on Monday, September 24, marked the beginning of the new SMARTSTART year 2018/ 2019.

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Understanding how the brain works - International Bernstein Conference in Berlin

Understanding how the brain works - International Bernstein Conference in Berlin

With every thought, every movement, whether conscious or unconscious, networks of neurons in our brain work together. The study of these neural systems is a central component of computational neuroscience, whose largest European conference will take place from September 26 to 28 at Technische Universität Berlin. The workshops and lectures not only deal with individual research results, they also relate to public discourse and questions on artificial intelligence or big data management.

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