Registration now open: TNC Elevator Pitches

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18th September, 2019: You can now register for the TNC Elevator Pitches

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REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the TNC Elevator Pitches


We want to give PIs the opportunity to "pitch" in 3-5 minutes their ideas for innovative project ideas, novel technologies, or other interesting research areas that they are currently working on.


These pitches could be the foundation for finding the topic for the excellence cluster application in 2026, but also, as a short(er) term goal, they could lead to collaborative research centers (SFBs), graduate schools, research groups etc. in the next few years.

Furthermore, these meetings will provide an opportunity to foster exchange between PIs in the various fields of neuroscience.


The three meetings will be on Tuesdays, from 5-7pm, on October 8th, November 5th and December 3rd


To register, please send an email to:


  • Your Name & Affiliation
  • Title of your Pitch
  • Preferred date (Option 1 and Option 2)
  • One colleague you want to bring along

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