After 2 online editions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year we are very excited to have kicked off the Donders Cognition Brain and Technology (DCBT), a Summer School organized in the framework of NeurotechEU. The school has moved from Barcelona to the beautiful city of Nijmegen (The Netherlands) and is organized in collaboration with other European projects, including the European School of Network Neuroscience (euSNN), iNavigate, and EBRAINS.
DCBT is positioned at the interface between biology and future emerging technologies, emphasising the principles underlying brains and their translation to avant-garde technologies. The school has run with great success for the last many years thanks to the Convergent Science Network of Biomimetics and Neurotechnology (http://csnetwork.eu/) and an excellent line-up of outstanding speakers, including Nobel Laureate Edvard Moser and luminaries in the fields of neurosciences, psychology, biology, robotics, and AI, such as Michael Arbib, Stenn Grillner, Giacomo Rizzolatti, among many.
This 1st week of the event is focused on Network Neuroscience: from synapses to large-scale networks!