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New Course: Data analysis with Python – Introduction to programming

Datenanlyse mit Python – Einführung in die Programmierung mit Python (16ss-53000)
Für Masterstudenten in der Biologie

Dieses Sommersemester findet vom 19.09.16 bis zum 30.09.16 ein zweiwöchiger Einführungskurs in die Programmiersprache Python mit Schwerpunkt auf Datenanalyse statt. Inhalte des Kurses sind Grundlagen des Umgangs mit Daten und deren Auswertung. Der Kurs richtet sich an Masterstudenten der Biologie, die wenig Erfahrung mit Programmierung haben und ist Voraussetzung für das Mastermodul Introduction to Computational Neuroscience (16ws-29790).

Data analysis with Python – Introduction to programming in Python (16ss-53000)
For master students in biology
There will be an introduction course to data analysis with Python this summer term from 19.09.16 to 30.09.16. The course provides an introduction to programming using the computer language Python and is aimed at master students in biology, who are new to programming and is mandatory to the master module Introduction to Computational Neuroscience (16ws-29790).
 Please register at campus office (www.campus.rwth-aachen.de).

Department of Molecular and Systemic Neurophysiology
Institute of Biology II — RWTH Aachen University
Responsible:
Prof. Björn Kampa (kampa@bio2.rwth-aachen.de)
Alexander Bexter (bexter@bio2.rwth-aachen.de) Web: www.brain.rwth-aachen.de

Flyer: Python Course

Optophysiology Project at the INT Marseille

Joint student projects are available in multiphoton imaging of mouse visual cortex at the Department of Neurophysiology (RWTH Aachen) together with the InVibe Lab at the INT Marseille. Out labs focus on information processing in visual cortex. Applying state-of-the-art multiphoton imaging techniques we visualize and identify cortical neurons and measure their responses to visual input.

We are currently looking for motivated students to participate in this collaboration study. The project includes multiphoton imaging experiments in the labs at the INT in Marseille. Assignments are available for a Master Student Research Project that ideally can be continued as a Master Thesis. Intense training in neuroscience and technical expertise will be provided and participation in the vibrant research groups of the institutes is expected. Experience in neurophysiology and fluorescence imaging is an advantage but not required.

For more information please contact
Prof. Björn Kampa
Department of Neurophysiology Institute of Biology II Worringerweg 3
Phone 24840 kampa@bio2.rwth-aachen.de
brain.rwth-aachen.de

Optophysiology Project INT

Master Student Project at the INT Marseille

A joint Master Thesis Project is available at Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone (INT), Marseille, France CNRS & Aix-Marseille University together with the Department of Neurophysiology at the Institute of Biology-2, RWTH Aachen.

Further information can be found here.

Or contact kampa@bio2.rwth-aachen.de or bjorg.kilavik@univ-amu.fr

Neurophysiology Lab Demo

Th newly established Department of Molecular and Systemic Neurophysiology opens its doors from November 4 -6, 2015, for a lab demo. We will introduce our research projects and show our neurophysiology, microscopy and virtual reality behaviour setups.

If you are interested, please feel free to contact us or just visit us in the new Biology Building at Worringerweg 3 in Aachen.

In addition, npi electronic is offering a demonstration of the Scientifica Multiphoton SliceScope.  During these three days (November 4th – 6th) you will have the chance to get a hands-on experience with the SliceScope – and bring your own samples. If you are interested, please contact us and let us know, which day and time you prefer. In case you want to bring your own sample, please let us know what dyes you are using or what filters are needed.

For the Scientifica SliceScope Demo please contact : www.npielectronic.com
Email: support@npielectronic.com

PhD and Postdoc positions available

PhD and Postdoc positions in optophysiology studies of cortical neural activity during navigation in virtual reality

Navigation in virtual reality offers a potent tool to investigate how sensory inputs are integrated into decisions and motor actions. The Department of Neurophysiology focusses on information processing in visual cortex during navigation in virtual reality. Applying state-of-the-art multiphoton imaging and optogentic we visualize and identify cortical neurons and measure their responses to visual input.

We are currently looking for motivated PhD students and Postdocs to participate in these projects. Candidates with a background in neurophysiology or behavior studies are particularly encouraged to apply. We are seeking people with an interactive personality and good communication skills.

The RWTH Aachen is one of Germany’s Excellence Universities and offers an ideal environment for education and scientific exchange and education. And the unique location at the border triangle of Belgium, Holland and Germany makes Aachen a vibrant city with high qualitiy of life.

Applications should include a CV, the academic achievements, a brief statement of research interests including your past experience and names of at least 2 referees. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

Please contact Bjoern Kampa (kampa(at)bio2.rwth-aachen.de)