23.11.2015, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
Building the engram: Content-specific neural representations in the human brain

Prof. Dr. Nikolai Axmacher
Department of Neuropsychology
Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience
Faculty of Psychology
Ruhr University Bochum
Bochum, Germany
27.07.2015, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
Complex neural connectivity and activity: perspective from cost-efficiency trade-off

Prof. Dr. Changsong Zhou
Department of Physics and Center for Nonlinear Studies,
Institute of Computational and Theoretical Studies,
Hong Kong Baptist University
29.06.2015, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
Reverse engineering the human brain – collectively

PD. Dr. Petra Ritter
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin,
BrainModes Group
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Max Planck Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
22.06.2015, 5 pm
Neues Klinikum, O10, 
room 411, UKE
Ubiquitous neurorehabilitation using recent ICT technology

Prof. Dr. Nam-Jong Paik
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Seoul National University College of Medicine
Seoul National University Bundang Hospital
Seongnam, Republic of Korea
27.04.2015, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
Synaptic mechanism regulating large-scale activity propagation: combined fMRI-electrophysiology experiments

Prof. Dr. Santiago Canals Gamoneda 
Instituto de Neurociencias
Universidad Miguel Hernández - 
CSIC Campus de San Juan, 
Sant Joan d’Alacant Alicante, Spain 
13.04.2015, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 210/211, UKE
Studying brain systems organization in health and disease using intrinsic connectivity fMRI in awake mice

Prof. Dr. Itamar Kahn

Department of Cellular and 
Systems Neuroscience

The Ruth and Bruce Rappaport Faculty of Medicine

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

Haifa, Israel
02.03.2015, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 210/211, UKE
Exploring the human connectome: the rich club as a backbone for communication and integration in neural systems

Prof. Dr. Martijn van den Heuvel
Brain Center Rudolf Magnus
Department of Psychiatry
UMC Utrecht, The Netherlands
16.02.2015, 5 pm
Campus Lehre, N55, 
room 310/311, UKE
High-frequency network synchronisation within the hippocampal formation

Prof. Dr. Dietmar Schmitz
Neuroscience Research Center
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Berlin, Germany
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