Reflections of (and on) Computational Neuroscience – Symposium

Crans Montana, 8-10 June 2023 (by invitation only)

Computational Neuroscience has a long history and covers different subfields. In this workshop we will start with regular talks on current hot topics delivered by speakers from various labs, but we will also reflect more deeply on questions such as how computational neuroscience has evolved during last 20 years – and whether computational neuroscience has left sparkling traces (‘reflections’) in related fields.

Since the number of seats is limited to 35, workshop participation is by invitation only.

Aditya GilraCWI, Amsterdam
Claudia ClopathImperial College London
Denis SheynikhovichVision Institute, Sorbonne, Paris
Eleni VasilakiUniversity of Sheffield
Guillaume HennequinUniversity of Cambridge
Friedemann Zenke (TBC)FMI, Basel
Henning SprekelerTechnische Universität Berlin
Jean-Pascal PfisterUniversity of Bern
Johanni BreaEPFL, Lausanne
Magnus RichardsonUniversity of Warwick
Tilo SchwalgerTechnische Universität Berlin
Tim VogelsIST Austria
Richard Naud (zoom)University of Ottawa
(subject to change)Thursday 8 JuneFriday 9 JuneSaturday 10 June
MorningHIKE09:00 – 12:30
10:10 – 10:50
Coffee Break
14:00 – 18:15
15:45 – 16:30
Coffee Break
15:00 – 18:15
15:45 – 16:30
Coffee Break
END / Walk for those still present

Grand Hôtel du Parc

Route du Parc 5,

3963 CRANS-MONTANA, Valais


Conference fees

CHF 550 single room, two nights
CHF 350 single room, one night
CHF 450 double room, two nights
(includes hotel, breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee breaks and reception)