Talks on worldwideneuro

At a glance

10th September 2020: Check out our upcoming talks on worldwideneuro

You are here: Research Tübingen Neuro Campus News ARCHIV 2020 Talks on worldwideneuro wwn

 Together with Philipp Berens (Institute for Ophthalmic Research) and Thomas Euler (CIN), we are organizing talks that will be streamed on youtube via worldwide.neuro.com

These are the next talks:

https://www.worldwideneuro.com/seminar-series.html?name=Tubingen_Neuro_Campus

 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 4:00 PM

Prof. Tiffany Schmidt | Northwestern University

"Illuminating Circadian Circuits"

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2020 4:00 PM

Assoc. Prof. Stephanie Palmer | The University of Chicago

"How behavioral and evolution constraints sculpt early visual processing"

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2020 5:00 PM

Dr. Saskia de Vries | Allen Institute for Brain Science, Seattle

TBA

Pages of Interest

Neurology imaging 1000x365

Research in Tübingen

Tübingen is a special place for research. Very few locations offer such a wide range of research areas in such close proximity - both physically and figuratively. Not only are all of Tübingen's research institutions just a stone's throw away from each other, they also collaborate closely within the Tübingen Research Campus.

Visit page
Hohentuebingen Castle362x96

Life in Tübingen

Life in Tübingen is life in the heart of Europe and in one of Germany's most scenic and economically competitive regions. It's a bustling mediaeval town with a young, international, and vibrant population and a rich cultural and artistic scene. Lectures, concerts, film festivals, and more: life in Tuebingen never gets boring.

Visit page
Grafik neu

Tübingen Neuro Campus

The Neurosciences in Tübingen with more than 100 active research groups have the potential to rank among the most successful neuroscientific sites in Europe.

Visit page