Netherlands, Amsterdam

The Sleeping Brain: From Neural Networks to Cognition

when 13 June 2017 - 24 June 2017
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 4 ECTS
fee EUR 600

Computational modelling has been central to the study of cognition and the brain since the birth of cognitive science, and has made major advances in recent years. In this Summer school Some of the key contributors to these recent advances come to Amsterdam. They will present both the technical and conceptual foundations of the work and their practical applications, in a manner that is accessible also for students without a modelling background.

Course leader

Lucia Talamini, Carien Lansink & Umberto Olcese

Target group

Student profile
The ABC Summer School is open to Master's students and PhD candidates in in fields relating to cognitive (neuros)science, neuroscience, cognitive psychology, cognitive science, etc.

Fee info

EUR 600: Tuition Comparable Master's Program at a non-Dutch University and PHD candidates
EUR 0: Brain and Cogntive Sciences students, UvA and Comparable Master's Program at a Dutch Universities-student pay NO fee


If your university is a member of the Universitas 21 network and/or LERU network then you may be eligible for a partial scholarship of €500. You must also be a current student at that university when you apply for the summer programme. If you graduate be

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