Calendar

Our calendar is intended to give an overview of all neuroscience events in Tübingen, so you can quickly and easily find information about everything that is neuroscience-related: lectures, conferences, workshops etc. We strive to keep the calendar up-to-date at all times. If you find faulty information here, or if any Tübingen neuroscience events are not shown, please let us know!

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Lecture: Prof. Dr. Katja Schenke-Layland (Tübingen): The Extracellular Matrix and its Role in Biomedical Research

19:00

CIN Dialogue 2016: Wird es maschinelles Bewusstsein geben? Ein interdisziplinäres Streitgespräch

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09:15

Lecture: Prof. Dr. Dirk Wildgruber (Tübingen): Cerebral Integration of Verbal and Nonverbal Social Cues: Physiological Mechanisms and Distinctive Features in Psychiatric Disorders

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08:30

Summer School: Tübingen International Fall School (TIFS) 2016

14:15

Workshop: Interoception, Emotion, and Embodiment (Day 1)

16:00

Lecture: Dr. Laura Kühlewein (Tübingen): Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography

18:00

Lecture: Sarah Garfinkel (Brighton): Interoception and Embodied Emotion

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10:00

Workshop: Interoception, Emotion, and Embodiment (Day 2)

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18:15

Lecture: Jean Manson (Edinburgh): Prion Diseases- a Global Threat to Animal and Human Health

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09:15

Lecture: PD Dr. Gentiana I. Wenzel (Homburg/Saar): The Optoacoustic Stimulation of the Peripheral Hearing Organ

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16:00

Lecture: Dr. Susanne Beck (Tübingen): In Vivo Assessment of Ocular Morphology in Animal Models

18:00

Lecture: Randolf Menzel (Berlin): Honeybees Sleep and Improve Their Memory

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16:30

Lecture: Progress in Neuroscience Research of the Retina und the Inner Ear

18:15

Lecture: Yukiyasu Kamitani (Kyoto): Methods for Neural Mind-Reading

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09:15

Lecture: Dr. Susanne Diekelmann (Tübingen): Memory Reactivation during Sleep and the Role of Future Relevance

11:15

Lecture: Fan Zhang (Delft): Visual Perception of Canonical Material Modes and Its Interactions with Canonical Lighting Modes

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16:00

Lecture: Prof. Dr. Peter Ruth (Tübingen): Techniques to Study Comparative Aspects of Potassium Channels in Eye and Ear

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