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Animal Philosophy Seminar
Nov 28-29, 2022
we are happy to inform you about the upcoming course on “Animal Philosophy”. This course is especially for those who work directly on animals or with animal data. We still have slots available and everyone interested is welcome to register (not only PhD students). For further information see here.


Welcome to CIDBN, Jorge!
Nov 1, 2022
Jorge Jaramillo is joining CIDBN with the research project “Thalamus in the middle: computations in multi-regional neuronal circuits” funded by NIH (National Institutes of Health). The project is part of a collaborative component award to the Allen Institute.


News & Notes from CIDBN
October 2022
In our October issue of "News & Notes from CIDBN" we inform our members about the latest news, upcoming events, and publications. If you would like to receive it but are not on our mailing list, yet, please send us an e-mail. You can find the current issue here.


CIDBN inauguration
Sep 29, 2022
On Sep 29 we celebrated CIDBN's festive opening. For a retrospective glance see here.


News & Notes from CIDBN
June 2022
In our June issue of "News & Notes from CIDBN" we inform our members about the latest news, upcoming events, and publications. If you would like to receive it but are not on our mailing list, yet, please send us an e-mail. You can find the current issue here.


Congratulations, Wenqi!
June 15, 2022
Wenqi Wu today successfully defended his doctoral thesis on "Dynamical remodeling of neural circuit architecture".


HPC cluster name: Welcome to CIDBN, SOFJA!
May 20, 2022
During the last two weeks you could vote for your favorite HPC cluster name. On the short list we had three choices:

  • Greca, Greca is a female given name in Italian, that could stand for (Gre)en computing at (Ca)mpus Institute
  • Grete, in honour of Margarete Kahn, who studied Mathematics at Göttingen University (among others with David Hilbert, Felix Klein, and Georg Elias Müller) and Berlin University. 1909 she was one of the first women who obtained a PhD in Mathematics at Göttingen University. In 1942 Margarete Kahn was deported to Piaski (Lublin administrative district, Poland) and later murdered in the Holocaust.
  • Sofja, in honour of Sofya Vasilyevna Kovalevskaya, who in 1874 was the second woman to obtain a doctoral degree in Göttingen (or the first one in a modern sense). In her dissertation she delt with partial differential equations by the way, which fits the modeling aspects of dynamical systems very well. In addition, it is noteworthy how Göttingen at that time showed flexibility in its rules to make the degree possible.


Now we have a result: Our cluster will be named SOFJA.
36 people took part in the election (while only 29 filled in the whole survey). We had 9 votes each for Greca and Grete and 11 for Sofja. So it was a close vote. Thank you to everyone who participated in the election!



Naming our HPC cluster: now it’s time to vote!
May 5, 2022
The institute’s executive board made short list of three name suggestions. Vote for your favorite by May 19 here.


News & Notes from CIDBN
May 2022
In our May issue of "News & Notes from CIDBN" we inform our members about the latest news, upcoming events, recent press releases and publications. If you would like to receive it but are not on our mailing list, yet, please send us an e-mail. You can find the current issue here.


Deadline extended to April 18, 2022: Call for suggestions, naming our HPC Cluster
We extended the deadline for name suggestions. Please submit your suggestion
right here
.


Congratulations, David!
March 18, 2022
David Zwicker, research group leader at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organzation and at CIDBN receives an ERC Consolidator Grant.
Read more in the press release by the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization.


News & Notes from CIDBN
Feb 2022
On a regular basis we inform our members about the latest news, upcoming events, recent press releases and publications in our newsletter "News & Notes from CIDBN". If you would like to receive it but are not on our mailing list, yet, please send us an e-mail. You can find our first (and current) issue here.


Call for suggestions: Naming our HPC Cluster
Jan 2022
All great things must have a name! Therefore, we would like to name our HPC cluster and all of you have a say in this. Make your suggestion
right here and right now
.


Call for registrations: GWDG’s course program
Jan 2022
GWDG Academy offers various courses on coding and data analysis. You can find their full program here.


Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!



Stellenangebot: Studentische Hilfskraft zur IT-Unterstützung
Dec 2021
Weitere Informationen entnehmen Sie bitte dem Stellenangebot.


Construction Work at Heinrich-Düker-Weg 12
Dec 2021
In December the construction work for the future Neurophysics Lab in the basement have started. The lab will be moving from the MPI for Experimental Medicine and will be opening in summer at our site.



Welcome to CIDBN: Britta and Maël!
Sep 1, 2021
In September Britta Korkowsky and Maël Jeuffrard have started working at CIDBN. Britta already gained a large expertise in science management, especially at Göttingen University. She will mainly be coordinating the DFG priority program SPP 2205 and PhD program Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience (PTCN). Maël is an experienced IT administrator and has previously worked at the INRAE in Paris.
We’re happy to have them!


CIDBN officially established
Aug 17,2021
CIDBN is now officially established as you can read in our bylaws (in German).


Welcome to CIDBN: Masoud!
March 1, 2021
Masoud Kargar is joining the CIDBN to do a PhD under the supervision of Siegrid Löwel.


Welcome to CIDBN: Zoe, Neil and Reza!
Nov 2020
Zoe Stawyskyj, Neil Wesch and Reza Soltanipour are joining the CIDBN to do their PhD in the program for Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience (PTCN) under the supervision of Fred Wolf.