IWR Colloquium on Computational Methods in Sciences
The IWR Colloquium serves as a platform for the interdisciplinary dialogue which characterizes the field of scientific computing. It is organized by Dr. Dirk Rehn, Coordinator IWR Colloquium.
Every semester, members of the IWR and its affiliated institutions as wells as renowned international experts are invited to present their latest scientific results and discuss the upcoming challenges in the field of scientific computing.
We gladly invite you to join this interdisciplinary dialogue.
Winter Semester 2020 / 2021
This semester we are organizing a series of virtual talks in cooperation with researchers from the neurosciences themed: Scientific Computing meets Neuroscience @ UHEI.
The talks will be held virtually via ZOOM. Link: IWR Colloquium ZOOM
December 16, 2020 • 16:30
"From bistable neurons to recurrent neuronal networks: data challenges in the thalamocortical system"
Dr. Rebecca Mease, Institute of Physiology and Pathophysiology, Medical Faculty Heidelberg
January 20, 202 • 16:30
"Linking neural circuits to behavior: the need of quantitative approaches to assess naturalistic behaviors"
Dr. Claudio Acuna, Institute for Anatomy and Cell Biology, Heidelberg University
"Single cell analysis of the genetic and epigenetic events regulating choroid plexus tumors"
Dr. Anthony Hill, German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)
February 03, 2021 • 16:30
February 10, 2021 • 16:30
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