Research Building for Brain-Machine Interfaces
April 24, 2015
The Science Council has given the University of Freiburg’s proposal for a new research building for the “Freiburg Institute for Machine-Brain Interfacing Technology” (IMBIT) an outstanding evaluation and has recommended the project for funding. The State of Baden-Württemberg and the University of Freiburg have agreed to provide 36.77 million euros for the new research building together with the federal government as part of the program “Research Buildings at Universities.”
Fine Tuning in the Brain
July 1, 2015
Researchers develop a computer model to explain how nerve cell connections form in the visual cortex
Bertha-Ottenstein-Preis for Prof. Ulrike Wallrabe
The University of Freiburg awards a member of the cluster of excellence for their merits in the area of equal opportunities.
Scholarships for re-entry into academia
Back to work after longer family-related employment breaks - two participants in the program report on their experiences. Applications for the next round are accepted until 25 July 2015. » more
BrainLinks-BrainTools aims to develop medical technology that directly interacts with the nervous system. In view of this aim, BrainLinks-BrainTools combines life-sciences and engineering sciences as well as their clinical applications. BrainLinks-BrainTools is a cluster of excellence funded by the DFG (German Research Foundation), grant number EXC 1086, and established in 2012 within the framework of the German Excellence Initiative.