The European Institute for Theoretical Neuroscience (EITN) was created on March 2014 as part of the Theoretical Neuroscience activities of the Human Brain Project (HBP) and is operated by Neuro-PSI (the Paris-Saclay Institute of Neuroscience), unit of the CNRS.
The EITN has for scientific director Alain Destexhe (Neuro-PSI, CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette).
REGISTRATION - Meeting on EBRAINS and National Engagement - March 9th
Organized by Alain Destexhe (CNRS) and Viktor Jirsa (Aix-Marseille University), this workshop will show the EBRAINS infrastructure for neuroscience research, a different tools of EBRAINS and a few example use cases from researchers outside the HBP. More information is available at https://cutt.ly/etqVudg. You can register at https://ebrains.sciencesconf.org/.
REGISTRATION - Workshop "Neural coding in high dimensional, nonlinear systems" - March 24th-25th
Registration is now open for the workshop "Neural coding in high dimensional, nonlinear systems". In this event, we will discuss how neurons - leaky, stochastic channels - interact nonlinearly to entrain synchrony and resonance phenomena thereby reducing dimensionality in dynamics of the cell assemblies coding particular representations.
More information and registration are available at https://neuralcoding.sciencesconf.org/.
SAVE THE DATE ! EITN SPRING SCHOOL, from 4-13 March 2020
Our next EITN Spring School in Computational Neuroscience will be held in Paris from March 4th-13th, 2020.
Interested to learn more about techniques of computational neuroscience and the use of various simulation environments for model building ? Come to our Spring School. Registration will open on December 15th. More information is available at https://springschool2020.sciencesconf.org/.
- Our latest programme is now available.
Registration is now open for the workshop on Modeling brain signals at https://signals.sciencesconf.org, for the workshop on Synaptic plasticity at https://plasticity.sciencesconf.org/ and for the last workshop on Neural Excitability: Theory and Experiments at https://theory.sciencesconf.org/