Undergraduate information sessions
4pm, Wed Sept 26, Guggenheim 415L (all majors)
3.30pm, Mon Oct 1, Hitchcock 320 (those considering NBIO major)
The 2012 Computational Neuroscience Connection will take place September 28th
The 2012 Computational Neuroscience Connection will take place on Friday Sept 28 at the Waterfront Activities Center. This all-day event will feature Dr John White of the University of Utah and Dr Clay Reid of Harvard and the Allen Institute for Brain Science, as well as a line-up of speakers from UW and a poster session. There will be opportunities for introductions to the group and to present research. Click the highlighted link above for details and schedule.
Fall quarter Computational Neuroscience seminar course
BIOL488B, Seminar in Computational Neuroscience, will run on Friday afternoons at 1.30pm. This course is an introduction to the field and will feature seminars by many researchers around UW campus, including Fred Rieke, Anitha Pasupathy, Rajesh Rao and Michael Dickinson. The course is open to all
Weekly Thursday Research Club launching in Spring 2012 !
Research Club, meeting each week at 3pm in HSB G417, will offer a mix of excellent visiting speakers and presentations hosted by rotating labs strongly directed toward discussion of open problems. Formal sessions will be no longer than one hour, followed by refreshments and discussion.
The 2011 Computational Neuroscience Connection to take place September 30th
The 2011 Computational Neuroscience Connection will take place on Sept 30 at the UW Club. This all-day event will feature Christof Koch, new Allen Institute Scientific Director, and Wyeth Bair, recent addition to UW faculty, as well as a line-up of speakers from UW and a poster session. There will be opportunities to introduce yourself to the group and to present research. Registration free but required at http://depts.washington.edu/compnsci/.
BIOL 488A begins September 30th
Fall quarter seminar course in Computational Neuroscience, BIOL 488A, begins Friday 30th with a lecture by Tom Daniel. This course is an introduction to the breadth of computational neuroscience research on campus and beyond through weekly, informal one-hour research seminars by faculty members. Undergraduate and graduate students welcome.