HBP Tea & Slides 2
The HBP Student Representatives & Ambassadors, supported by the HBP Education Programme, invite you to a virtual coffee/tea break featuring talks by young researchers.
The short talks are followed by an interactive Q&A session with participants.
This time Miriam Menzel (Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine, Forschungszentrum Jülich) will present “Light Scattering Measurements Enable an Improved Reconstruction of Nerve Fiber Crossings” and Sandra Diaz (Institute for Advanced Simulation, Forschungszentrum Jülich) will talk about structural plasticity in spiking neural networks and the implementation of a model to study this phenomenon using the NEST simulator.
Registration is free and open to everyone: https://bit.ly/HBPTeaAndSlides2
Call for speakers!
If you are an early-career researcher in the HBP and want to present your research at the next HBP Tea & Slides session, please send an email to email@example.com stating
- University or institution affiliated to
- Field of study
- Involvement in HBP (Work package?)
- Title of your talk + short description of the content (2-3 sentences)
- Agree or disagree for your online presentation to be recorded (Important: check if you have the property rights for information on your slides!)