NeurotechEU - European University of Brain and Technology

Technologies from, for, and with the brain

NeurotechEU, the European University of Brain and Technology represents an alliance of nine European universities with a focus on neurotechnology. By building a trans-European network of excellence in brain research and technologies NeurotechEU increases the competitiveness of European education, research, economy, and society.

5th Board of Rectors meeting at Karolinska Institutet

The 5th European University of Brain and Technology (NeurotechEU) Board of Rectors Meeting was held on May 31 and June 1, 2023. The event, hosted by Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, was attended by leaders of top universities from Europe, joined by professors, project managers, and students.

NeurotechEU Summer Schools in 2023

Join one of the NeurotechEU summer schools organised in 2023, focusing on different Neuroscience and Neurotechnology topics, such as on Quantitative EEG (Romania), Preclinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Spain), and many others. Increase your knowledge in these fields, gain more experience and network within our NeurotechEU community!



NeurotechEU pursues its mission and secures another four years of funding

The European University Alliance of Brain and Technology NeurotechEU pursues its mission and secures another four years of funding granted by the European Commission. NeurotechEU is among the 30 selected alliances and will receive 14.3 million € for its second phase.


NeurotechEU Short-Term Mobility Programs

Introducing exciting opportunities for students and researchers enrolled at NeurotechEU’s partner universities: Short-Term Mobility Programs for September and October 2023. NeurotechEU is thrilled to offer support to students and researchers interested in engaging in mobility experiences at our partner universities. If you are a student or researcher seeking short-term mobility and keen to explore further, we invite you to read the following information.

Frontiers' Research Topic

NeurotechEU established setting up a Frontiers’ Research Topic. Frontiers’ Research Topics are peer-reviewed article collections around cutting-edge research themes. They stimulate collaboration and accelerate science by uniting the world’s leading experts around the hottest topics. NeurotechEU’s Research Topic is about Neurotechnology: state-of-the art, perspectives and research along the lines of dimensions and neurochallenges that NeurotechEU introduces to characterize the field. 

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