The Donders Cognition Brain and Technology Summer School 2023 supported by NeurotechEU

Applications closed: NeurotechEU is pleased to invite you to the Donders Cognition Brain and Technology Summer School at Radboud University on “Intracranial Physiology and Embodied Awareness” that will take place from September 4-15, 2023, in Berg en Dal, the Netherlands.

The Summer School will introduce the fundamentals of intracranial physiology and embodied awareness for individuals interested in neurotechnology and neuroscience. The program includes morning lectures given by outstanding European researchers, followed by interactive, hands-on tutorials and workshops in the afternoon, a project to be worked on, and visits to the lab, among others.

Profile of participants:
Master and PhD students enrolled in universities that are part of the NeurotechEU alliance, with knowledge in neuroscience and/or neurotechnology.

Course language:

Available places:
15 (+- 2 per NeurotechEU partner institutions)

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History DCBT summer school
The school moved from Barcelona in 2022 and is organised by the European coordination action Convergent Science Network of Biomimetics and Neurotechnology, in collaboration with several EU projects. For the 2023 edition, the school will receive the support of NeurotechEU, the European University Alliance for Brain and Technology.

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 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.

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