- December 14th: Conference given by Simon Thorpe (Univ Toulouse3), Brice Bathellier (Unité Neuroscience Information Complexité) and Diego Candia Rivera (Ecole Normale Supérieure). Machine Learning in Neuroscience. Univ Paris Descartes, 45 rue des Saints Pères, Paris 75006 - salle R229, 2nd floor, at 6 pm.
November 30th: Conference given by Giuseppe Gangarossa (Biologie Fonctionnelle & Adaptative), Liane Schmidt (Ecole Normale Supérieure) and Evelyn Medawar (Max Planck Institute). Theme: Food and Brain.
October19th: Conference given by Denis Dalkara (Institut de la Vision), Olivier Marre (Institut de la Vision) and Sebastian Ceballo Charpentier (UNIC). Theme: "Using Optogenetics in Visionand Auditory Research.
Who are organizing the ENP seminars?
The ENP seminars are organized by the yearly ENP Student Representatives and an ENP team leader.
Who can participate?
The ENP seminars are open to all the scientific community from students to researchers.
What are the ENP seminars?
ENP seminars focus on important questions in the six main fields of Neuroscience research covered by the ENP network.
They are held after the work day and unfold into a “happy hour”. Every year , at least three themes are selected /identified. The format of each session is a 10 minute introduction, two invited speakers (each 30 minutes talks + 10 minutes questions), and a senior ENP student speaker (10 minutes talk).
The idea is to treat each session as an introduction to the most burning questions in each field, and to get students to put their research in perspective, while promoting networking and discussion in a relaxed atmosphere with provided refreshments at happy hour.