Students and researchers at an early stage of their career make up an important part of the scientific community. By exchanging their knowledge and innovative ideas across disciplines, they contribute to the development of new structures and connections between the various research fields. The HBP Education Programme has introduced HBP Student Representatives, who speak for the Project's student community in the HBP Education Programme Committee, as well as HBP Student Ambassadors, who represent the various Subprojects and serve as a mouthpiece between the student community and the Student Representatives.
New to HBP? Our Student Ambassadors & Representatives have prepared a WELCOME PACKAGE for you, which includes the most important information to get you started.
Do you want to come in contact with other students all over HBP and beyond? A Slack channel has been created for the HBP Student Community to exchange and connect to each other.
If you are interested in possibilities to receive financial support for the attendance of events, you can find some further information in our funding opportunities overview .
30.11.2018: The 3rd HBP Curriculum Teaching Cycle was released. It includes a new online course and 6 new workshops for 2019. It is possible to receive up to 12 ECTS credits for participation in the Curriculum.
24.10.2018: Extended abstract submission deadline for the 3rd HBP Student Conference: 6 November 2018! Fee waivers and travel grants available for abstract submitters.
18.10.2018: We have created a Slack channel for the Student Community to exchange and connect to each other.
17.7.2018: Abstract submission for the 3rd HBP Student Conference is open.
15.4.2018: For the participation in the HBP Curriculum on Interdisciplinary Brain Science, it is now possible to receive up to 10 ECTS credits.