Course History

Since 1996, Europe has had annual summer schools in computational neuroscience. It started with the Crete Course in Computational Neuroscience, which subsequently became known as the Advanced Course in Computational Neuroscience (see below). The course has been a largely community-driven effort, and over the years it has become one of the highest-regarded schools of its kind, seeing many of the best computational neuroscientists in Europe and around the world among its directors, faculty, tutors, and students. The most persistent sponsors of the course have been FENS/IBRO and since 2015, with the centralization of their summer schools, the course has been incorporated into their Cajal Advanced Neuroscience Training Programme and has found a new home in Lisbon. The mission of the new Cajal Course in Computational Neuroscience is to continue the tradition of the previous European courses and provide an advanced, comprehensive, and intensive course for a future generation of neuroscientists, be they theoreticians or experimentalists. The school focuses on techniques and approaches of computational neuroscience, which are increasingly recognized as being indispensable to understanding the nervous system.

Cajal Courses

2018 Lisbon, Portugal

2017 Lisbon, Portugal

2016 Lisbon, Portugal

2015 Lisbon, Portugal

Earlier Courses

2014 Frankfurt, Germany

2013 Bedlewo, Poland

2012 Bedlewo, Poland

2011 Bedlewo, Poland

2010 Freiburg, Germany

2009 Freiburg, Germany

2008 Freiburg, Germany

2007 Arcachon, France

2006 Arcachon, France

2005 Arcachon, France

2004 Obidos, Portugal

2003 Obidos, Portugal

2002 Obidos, Portugal

2001 Trieste, Italy

2000 Trieste, Italy

1999 Trieste, Italy

1998 Crete, Greece

1997 Crete, Greece

1996 Crete, Greece