News & Events

The International Summer School “Understanding Learning in the Brain”

Jyväskylä, Finland 12-16 June, 2017

The registration for The International Summer School “Understanding Learning in the Brain”, organized by Centre for Interdisciplinary Brain Research and Department of Psychology, University of Jyväskylä, is now open. The Summer school will be held between 12-16 June, 2017. It consists of three events: an Educational Neuroscience Symposium, a two-day Conference and a two-day Workshop focusing on MEG/EEG connectivity analysis. You can participate in one or all of the events. You can find more information from here: http://cibr.jyu.fi/en/training/brain-summerschool2017.

Please note that the first 200 participants can be accepted for Educational Neuroscience Symposium and Conference "Understanding learning in the brain", and the first 50 participants for the MEG/EEG workshop. The registration will be open until the events are fully booked.

 

 

ChildBrain symposium at Biomag 2016

PD Dr. Carsten Wolters and Prof. Dr. Robert Oostenveld, who are the lead investigators of the methodological work package WP3, will be organizing a symposium at Biomag 2016.

The symposium entitled "Improving source reconstruction for MEG and EEG in children" will feature 5 speakers from the ChildBrain consortium and partners.

To find out more about the symposium please click here.


 

ChildBrain organized  Winter School on neural mechanisms of learning

The Winter School was held at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland, on 26th through 31st January 2016.

The first two days were for internal meetings of the ChildBrain while the rest were open for a larger audience.

Programme can be found at http://cibr.jyu.fi/news/winterschool.

 

 

ChildBrain Project awarded by EU

We are very happy to announce that the EU has granted the ChildBrain project!

“The quality, innovative aspects and credibility of the research programme are very good and embrace a serious European concern: neurocognitive disorders in children.”

“The proposal demonstrates a clear potential to enhance research capacities and skills within the neuroimaging field, an area claiming for capable human resources.”

“The programme is extremely well suited to enhance training with a highly efficient translational nature, which may increase employability prospects for the trainees.”