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Bernstein-CorTec-Award 2024 - Call for Nominations
In 2024, the Bernstein-CorTec Award 2024 will be conferred for a PhD thesis.
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Bernstein-CorTec Award 2023
The Call for the Bernstein-CorTec Award 2023 is open. This year, the Award will be conferred for an outstanding Master Thesis in the field of Computational Neuroscience and Neurotechnology at the University of Freiburg.
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A New Theory of How Neural Sequences Encode Space
eLife assessment: This important work presents an interesting perspective for the generation and interpretation of phase precession in the hippocampal formation. Through numerical simulations and comparison to experiments, the study provides a convincing theoretical framework explaining the segregation of sequences reflecting navigation and sequences reflecting internal dynamics in the DG-CA3 loop. This study will be of interest for researchers in the spatial navigation and computational neuroscience fields.
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Bernstein-CorTec-Award 2022 - Call for Nominations
The Bernstein-CorTec Award 2022 will be conferred for a PhD thesis.
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Cochlear implant as a sensor - Freiburg researchers develop more intelligent intracochlear implants
The cochlear implant (CI) is the most successful neural prosthesis worldwide. Thanks to direct stimulation of the auditory nerve, it enables more than half a million people worldwide to hear, even though those affected were born deaf or deafened.
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Directionality revealed in hippocampal theta sequences
Neuroscientists from BCF discover that hippocampal theta sequences change across different running directions in 2D space, providing insights into how spatial memory is represented by a temporal code.
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