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Notice: Due to the current corona-related situation, we will offer our courses in an online format in this summer semester. All obligatory courses will take place, i.e., Models of Higher Brain Functions, Theoretische Grundlagen der Informatik and the Programming Project in the MSc program Computational Neuroscience. The seminar Current Topics in Computational Neuroscience will NOT take place this summer.

Models of Higher Brain Functions
Course
hours/week
ECTS
Cognitive Neuroscience
2
2
Theoretical Lecture
2
2
Analytical Tutorial
2
4
Programming Tutorial
2
4

Offered each summer term.

This module is compulsory for students enrolled in the Master program Computational Neuroscience.
Module components are compulsory elective or elective for students of other Master and Diploma programs of Berlin’s universities, who wish to specialize in the Cognitive Neurosciences.

See also: BCCN Berlin

Please contact the BCCN coordinator for enrolment key: graduateprograms@bccn-berlin.de

Theoretische Grundlagen der Informatik
Course
hours/week
ECTS
Lecture with tutorial
4
6

Offered in both summer and winter term.

This module is targeted at bachelor students and researchers in "Wirtschaftsinformatik" and "Technische Informatik".

Further information can be found on ISIS

Current Topics in Computational Neuroscience
Course
hours/week
ECTS
Seminar
2
3

Offered in both summer and winter term.

This module is targeted at master students and researchers in the field of computational neuroscience. Mathematical skills and a basic familiarity with neuroscientific concepts are an advantage. 

Programming Course and Project
Courses
hours/week
ECTS
Block seminar "Software Carpentry"
2
3
Programming project
4
3

Offered each summer term.


This module is compulsory for students enrolled in the Master program Computational Neuroscience. There are no special prerequisites.

Programming Project in Python
Course
hours/week
ECTS
Supervised work
4
2
Unsupervised work
8
4

Offered each winter term.

Students together choose a project at the beginning of semester, and subsequently develop it in small groups. Each student is individually assessed based upon three presentations, and the final software implementation.

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