NeurotechEU autumn school on Closed Loop Technologies at the University of Lille

The Université de Lille is pleased to invite applications from NeurotechEU partner institutions for an educational programme in the field of neurotechnology. 

The first edition of the “Autumn School on Closed Loop Neurotechnologies: from sensors to applications” will take place between October 18-20, 2023 on site at the University of Lille, in France.

Academics from four research units have teamed up to design this Autumn School, which will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of Closed Loops:

– Centre de Recherche en Informatique, Signal et Automatique (CRISTAL)

– Institut d’Electronique, de Microélectronique et de Nanotechnologie (IEMN)

– Lille Neurosciences & Cognition (LILNCOG)

– Sciences Affectives et Cognitives (SCALAB).

The programme is designed over a three-day period to include lectures and talks, followed by interactive hands-on sessions, and will engage participants in team-oriented activities that promote a multidisciplinary approach to brain-computer interfaces, neurofeedback, computational neuroscience, hybrid interfaces, neuromorphic computing, EEG, multi-electrode arrays, neuronal populations.

  • Course venue: Université de Lille, Parc Scientifique de la Haute-Borne in Villeneuve d’Ascq, IRCICA building
  • Teaching staff: Prof. Pierre Boulet, Prof. François Cabestaing, Prof. Renaud Jardri, Dr. Hakim Si-Mohammed, Dr. Pierre Yger among others.
  • Target audience: Doctoral students registered at NeurotechEU partner institutions and postdoctoral/young researchers employed at NeurotechEU partner institutions.
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Available places: 45 (up to 5 per NeurotechEU partner institution)
  • Prerequisites: Applicants will have at least a Master’s degree or equivalent in fields related to biology, bioengineering, biotechnology, computer science, cognitive science, medicine or psychology.

Interested individuals are invited to apply to their local International Office or their local NeurotechEU team. Costs for travelling and subsistence are covered by the NeurotechEU grant.

Deadline for application: September 4 EOB, 2023

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