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2018 Summer School on Large-Scale Brain Modelling

[All details about this school can be found online at https://www.nengo.ai/summerschool]

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo is excited to announce a special version of our annual Nengo summer school that will host the first public access to Braindrop, a new mixed analog-digital neuromorphic chip developed in collaboration with Stanford and Yale.

In addition to introducing Braindrop, this two-week school will teach participants to use the Nengo simulation package to build state-of-the-art cognitive and neural models to run both in simulation and on neuromorphic hardware. Nengo provides users with a versatile and powerful environment for designing cognitive and neural systems, and has been used to build what is currently the world's largest functional brain model, Spaun [1]. Nengo is also being used to program a variety of state-of-the-art neuromorphic chips, including Braindrop!

For a look at last year's summer school, check out this short video: https://goo.gl/4tVUkQ

We welcome applications from all interested graduate students, research associates, postdocs, professors, and industry professionals with a relevant background.

[1] Eliasmith, C., Stewart T. C., Choo X., Bekolay T., DeWolf T., Tang Y., Rasmussen, D. (2012). A large-scale model of the functioning brain. Science. Vol. 338 no. 6111 pp. 1202-1205. DOI: 10.1126/science.1225266. [http://compneuro.uwaterloo.ca/files/publications/eliasmith.2012.pdf]

Application Deadline: February 15, 2018

Format: A combination of tutorials and project-based work. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas for projects, which may focus on testing hypotheses, modeling neural or cognitive data, implementing specific behavioural functions with neurons, expanding past models, or providing a proof-of-concept of various neural mechanisms. Hands-on tutorials, work on individual or group projects, and talks from invited faculty members will make up the bulk of day-to-day activities. A project demonstration event will be held on the last day of the school, with prizes for strong projects!

Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to:
- interface Nengo with various kinds of neuromorphic hardware
- build perceptual, motor, and cognitive models using spiking neurons
- model anatomical, electrophysiological, cognitive, and behavioural data
- use a variety of single cell models within a large-scale model

- integrate machine learning methods into biologically oriented models
- interface Nengo with cameras and robotic systems
- implement modern nonlinear control methods in neural models
- and much more...

Date and Location: June 3th to June 15th, 2018 at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Applications: Please visit http://www.nengo.ai/summerschool, where you can find more information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application form listing required materials.

If you have any questions about the school or the application process, please contact Peter Blouw (peter.blouw@appliedbrainresearch.com). We look forward to hearing from you!

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2018 Summer School on Large-Scale Brain Modelling

[All details about this school can be found online at https://www.nengo.ai/summerschool]

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo is excited to announce a special version of our annual Nengo summer school that will host the first public access to Braindrop, a new mixed analog-digital neuromorphic chip developed in collaboration with Stanford and Yale.

In addition to introducing Braindrop, this two-week school will teach participants to use the Nengo simulation package to build state-of-the-art cognitive and neural models to run both in simulation and on neuromorphic hardware. Nengo provides users with a versatile and powerful environment for designing cognitive and neural systems, and has been used to build what is currently the world's largest functional brain model, Spaun [1]. Nengo is also being used to program a variety of state-of-the-art neuromorphic chips, including Braindrop!

For a look at last year's summer school, check out this short video: https://goo.gl/4tVUkQ

We welcome applications from all interested graduate students, research associates, postdocs, professors, and industry professionals with a relevant background.

[1] Eliasmith, C., Stewart T. C., Choo X., Bekolay T., DeWolf T., Tang Y., Rasmussen, D. (2012). A large-scale model of the functioning brain. Science. Vol. 338 no. 6111 pp. 1202-1205. DOI: 10.1126/science.1225266. [http://compneuro.uwaterloo.ca/files/publications/eliasmith.2012.pdf]

Application Deadline: February 15, 2018

Format: A combination of tutorials and project-based work. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas for projects, which may focus on testing hypotheses, modeling neural or cognitive data, implementing specific behavioural functions with neurons, expanding past models, or providing a proof-of-concept of various neural mechanisms. Hands-on tutorials, work on individual or group projects, and talks from invited faculty members will make up the bulk of day-to-day activities. A project demonstration event will be held on the last day of the school, with prizes for strong projects!

Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to:
- interface Nengo with various kinds of neuromorphic hardware
- build perceptual, motor, and cognitive models using spiking neurons
- model anatomical, electrophysiological, cognitive, and behavioural data
- use a variety of single cell models within a large-scale model

- integrate machine learning methods into biologically oriented models
- interface Nengo with cameras and robotic systems
- implement modern nonlinear control methods in neural models
- and much more...

Date and Location: June 3th to June 15th, 2018 at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Applications: Please visit http://www.nengo.ai/summerschool, where you can find more information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application form listing required materials.

If you have any questions about the school or the application process, please contact Peter Blouw (peter.blouw@appliedbrainresearch.com). We look forward to hearing from you!

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2018 Summer School on Large-Scale Brain Modelling

[All details about this school can be found online at https://www.nengo.ai/summerschool]

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo is excited to announce a special version of our annual Nengo summer school that will host the first public access to Braindrop, a new mixed analog-digital neuromorphic chip developed in collaboration with Stanford and Yale.

In addition to introducing Braindrop, this two-week school will teach participants to use the Nengo simulation package to build state-of-the-art cognitive and neural models to run both in simulation and on neuromorphic hardware. Nengo provides users with a versatile and powerful environment for designing cognitive and neural systems, and has been used to build what is currently the world's largest functional brain model, Spaun [1]. Nengo is also being used to program a variety of state-of-the-art neuromorphic chips, including Braindrop!

For a look at last year's summer school, check out this short video: https://goo.gl/4tVUkQ

We welcome applications from all interested graduate students, research associates, postdocs, professors, and industry professionals with a relevant background.

[1] Eliasmith, C., Stewart T. C., Choo X., Bekolay T., DeWolf T., Tang Y., Rasmussen, D. (2012). A large-scale model of the functioning brain. Science. Vol. 338 no. 6111 pp. 1202-1205. DOI: 10.1126/science.1225266. [http://compneuro.uwaterloo.ca/files/publications/eliasmith.2012.pdf]

Application Deadline: February 15, 2018

Format: A combination of tutorials and project-based work. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas for projects, which may focus on testing hypotheses, modeling neural or cognitive data, implementing specific behavioural functions with neurons, expanding past models, or providing a proof-of-concept of various neural mechanisms. Hands-on tutorials, work on individual or group projects, and talks from invited faculty members will make up the bulk of day-to-day activities. A project demonstration event will be held on the last day of the school, with prizes for strong projects!

Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to:
- interface Nengo with various kinds of neuromorphic hardware
- build perceptual, motor, and cognitive models using spiking neurons
- model anatomical, electrophysiological, cognitive, and behavioural data
- use a variety of single cell models within a large-scale model

- integrate machine learning methods into biologically oriented models
- interface Nengo with cameras and robotic systems
- implement modern nonlinear control methods in neural models
- and much more...

Date and Location: June 3th to June 15th, 2018 at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Applications: Please visit http://www.nengo.ai/summerschool, where you can find more information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application form listing required materials.

If you have any questions about the school or the application process, please contact Peter Blouw (peter.blouw@appliedbrainresearch.com). We look forward to hearing from you!

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Feb. 15 Application Deadline - 2017 Nengo Summer School

[All details about this school can be found online at http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool]

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo is inviting applications for our 4th annual summer school on large-scale brain modeling. This two-week school will teach participants how to use the Nengo software package to build state-of-the-art cognitive and neural models to run in simulation and on neuromorphic hardware. Nengo has been used to build what is currently the world's largest functional brain model, Spaun [1], and provides users with a versatile and powerful environment for designing cognitive and neural systems to run in simulated and real environments. For a look at last year's summer school, check out this short video: https://goo.gl/EkhWCJ

We welcome applications from all interested graduate students, research associates, postdocs, professors, and industry professionals. No specific training in the use of modeling software is required, but we encourage applications from active researchers with a relevant background in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, robotics, neuromorphic engineering, computer science, or a related field.

[1] Eliasmith, C., Stewart T. C., Choo X., Bekolay T., DeWolf T., Tang Y., Rasmussen, D. (2012). A large-scale model of the functioning brain. Science. Vol. 338 no. 6111 pp. 1202-1205. DOI: 10.1126/science.1225266. [http://nengo.ca/publications/spaunsciencepaper]

*Application Deadline: February 15, 2017*

Format: A combination of tutorials and project-based work. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas for projects, which may focus on testing hypotheses, modeling neural or cognitive data, implementing specific behavioural functions with neurons, expanding past models, or providing a proof-of-concept of various neural mechanisms. Hands-on tutorials, work on individual or group projects, and talks from invited faculty members will make up the bulk of day-to-day activities. A project demonstration event will be held on the last day of the school, with prizes for strong projects!

Topics Covered: Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to: build perceptual, motor, and sophisticated cognitive models using spiking neurons; model anatomical, electrophysiological, cognitive, and behavioural data; use a variety of single cell models within a large-scale model
; integrate machine learning methods into biologically oriented models; interface Nengo with various kinds of neuromorphic hardware (e.g. SpiNNaker); interface Nengo with cameras and robotic systems; implement modern nonlinear control methods in neural models; and much more…

Date and Location: June 4th to June 16th, 2017 at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Applications: Please visit http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool, where you can find more information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application form listing required materials.

If you have any questions about the school or the application process, please contact Peter Blouw (pblouw@uwaterloo.ca). We look forward to hearing from you!

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Feb. 15 Application Deadline - 2017 Nengo Summer School

[All details about this school can be found online at http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool]

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo is inviting applications for our 4th annual summer school on large-scale brain modeling. This two-week school will teach participants how to use the Nengo software package to build state-of-the-art cognitive and neural models to run in simulation and on neuromorphic hardware. Nengo has been used to build what is currently the world's largest functional brain model, Spaun [1], and provides users with a versatile and powerful environment for designing cognitive and neural systems to run in simulated and real environments. For a look at last year's summer school, check out this short video: https://goo.gl/EkhWCJ

We welcome applications from all interested graduate students, research associates, postdocs, professors, and industry professionals. No specific training in the use of modeling software is required, but we encourage applications from active researchers with a relevant background in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, robotics, neuromorphic engineering, computer science, or a related field.

[1] Eliasmith, C., Stewart T. C., Choo X., Bekolay T., DeWolf T., Tang Y., Rasmussen, D. (2012). A large-scale model of the functioning brain. Science. Vol. 338 no. 6111 pp. 1202-1205. DOI: 10.1126/science.1225266. [http://nengo.ca/publications/spaunsciencepaper]

*Application Deadline: February 15, 2017*

Format: A combination of tutorials and project-based work. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas for projects, which may focus on testing hypotheses, modeling neural or cognitive data, implementing specific behavioural functions with neurons, expanding past models, or providing a proof-of-concept of various neural mechanisms. Hands-on tutorials, work on individual or group projects, and talks from invited faculty members will make up the bulk of day-to-day activities. A project demonstration event will be held on the last day of the school, with prizes for strong projects!

Topics Covered: Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to: build perceptual, motor, and sophisticated cognitive models using spiking neurons; model anatomical, electrophysiological, cognitive, and behavioural data; use a variety of single cell models within a large-scale model
; integrate machine learning methods into biologically oriented models; interface Nengo with various kinds of neuromorphic hardware (e.g. SpiNNaker); interface Nengo with cameras and robotic systems; implement modern nonlinear control methods in neural models; and much more…

Date and Location: June 4th to June 16th, 2017 at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Applications: Please visit http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool, where you can find more information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application form listing required materials.

If you have any questions about the school or the application process, please contact Peter Blouw (pblouw@uwaterloo.ca). We look forward to hearing from you!

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Feb. 15 Application Deadline - 2017 Nengo Summer School

[All details about this school can be found online at http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool]

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo is inviting applications for our 4th annual summer school on large-scale brain modeling. This two-week school will teach participants how to use the Nengo software package to build state-of-the-art cognitive and neural models to run in simulation and on neuromorphic hardware. Nengo has been used to build what is currently the world's largest functional brain model, Spaun [1], and provides users with a versatile and powerful environment for designing cognitive and neural systems to run in simulated and real environments. For a look at last year's summer school, check out this short video: https://goo.gl/EkhWCJ

We welcome applications from all interested graduate students, research associates, postdocs, professors, and industry professionals. No specific training in the use of modeling software is required, but we encourage applications from active researchers with a relevant background in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, robotics, neuromorphic engineering, computer science, or a related field.

[1] Eliasmith, C., Stewart T. C., Choo X., Bekolay T., DeWolf T., Tang Y., Rasmussen, D. (2012). A large-scale model of the functioning brain. Science. Vol. 338 no. 6111 pp. 1202-1205. DOI: 10.1126/science.1225266. [http://nengo.ca/publications/spaunsciencepaper]

*Application Deadline: February 15, 2017*

Format: A combination of tutorials and project-based work. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas for projects, which may focus on testing hypotheses, modeling neural or cognitive data, implementing specific behavioural functions with neurons, expanding past models, or providing a proof-of-concept of various neural mechanisms. Hands-on tutorials, work on individual or group projects, and talks from invited faculty members will make up the bulk of day-to-day activities. A project demonstration event will be held on the last day of the school, with prizes for strong projects!

Topics Covered: Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to: build perceptual, motor, and sophisticated cognitive models using spiking neurons; model anatomical, electrophysiological, cognitive, and behavioural data; use a variety of single cell models within a large-scale model
; integrate machine learning methods into biologically oriented models; interface Nengo with various kinds of neuromorphic hardware (e.g. SpiNNaker); interface Nengo with cameras and robotic systems; implement modern nonlinear control methods in neural models; and much more…

Date and Location: June 4th to June 16th, 2017 at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Applications: Please visit http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool, where you can find more information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application form listing required materials.

If you have any questions about the school or the application process, please contact Peter Blouw (pblouw@uwaterloo.ca). We look forward to hearing from you!

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2017 Summer School on Large-Scale Brain Modelling

[All details about this school can be found online at http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool]

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo is inviting applications for our 4th annual summer school on large-scale brain modeling. This two-week school will teach participants how to use the Nengo software package to build state-of-the-art cognitive and neural models to run in simulation and on neuromorphic hardware. Nengo has been used to build what is currently the world's largest functional brain model, Spaun [1], and provides users with a versatile and powerful environment for designing cognitive and neural systems to run in simulated and real environments. For a look at last year's summer school, check out this short video: https://goo.gl/EkhWCJ

We welcome applications from all interested graduate students, research associates, postdocs, professors, and industry professionals. No specific training in the use of modeling software is required, but we encourage applications from active researchers with a relevant background in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, robotics, neuromorphic engineering, computer science, or a related field.

[1] Eliasmith, C., Stewart T. C., Choo X., Bekolay T., DeWolf T., Tang Y., Rasmussen, D. (2012). A large-scale model of the functioning brain. Science. Vol. 338 no. 6111 pp. 1202-1205. DOI: 10.1126/science.1225266. [http://nengo.ca/publications/spaunsciencepaper]

**Application Deadline: February 15, 2017**

Format: A combination of tutorials and project-based work. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas for projects, which may focus on testing hypotheses, modeling neural or cognitive data, implementing specific behavioural functions with neurons, expanding past models, or providing a proof-of-concept of various neural mechanisms. Hands-on tutorials, work on individual or group projects, and talks from invited faculty members will make up the bulk of day-to-day activities. A project demonstration event will be held on the last day of the school, with prizes for strong projects!

Topics Covered: Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to: build perceptual, motor, and sophisticated cognitive models using spiking neurons; model anatomical, electrophysiological, cognitive, and behavioural data; use a variety of single cell models within a large-scale model
; integrate machine learning methods into biologically oriented models; interface Nengo with various kinds of neuromorphic hardware (e.g. SpiNNaker); interface Nengo with cameras and robotic systems; implement modern nonlinear control methods in neural models; and much more…

Date and Location: June 4th to June 16th, 2017 at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Applications: Please visit http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool, where you can find more information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application form listing required materials.

If you have any questions about the school or the application process, please contact Peter Blouw (pblouw@uwaterloo.ca). We look forward to hearing from you!

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2017 Summer School on Large-Scale Brain Modelling

[All details about this school can be found online at http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool]

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo is inviting applications for our 4th annual summer school on large-scale brain modeling. This two-week school will teach participants how to use the Nengo software package to build state-of-the-art cognitive and neural models to run in simulation and on neuromorphic hardware. Nengo has been used to build what is currently the world's largest functional brain model, Spaun [1], and provides users with a versatile and powerful environment for designing cognitive and neural systems to run in simulated and real environments. For a look at last year's summer school, check out this short video: https://goo.gl/EkhWCJ

We welcome applications from all interested graduate students, research associates, postdocs, professors, and industry professionals. No specific training in the use of modeling software is required, but we encourage applications from active researchers with a relevant background in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, robotics, neuromorphic engineering, computer science, or a related field.

[1] Eliasmith, C., Stewart T. C., Choo X., Bekolay T., DeWolf T., Tang Y., Rasmussen, D. (2012). A large-scale model of the functioning brain. Science. Vol. 338 no. 6111 pp. 1202-1205. DOI: 10.1126/science.1225266. [http://nengo.ca/publications/spaunsciencepaper]

**Application Deadline: February 15, 2017**

Format: A combination of tutorials and project-based work. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas for projects, which may focus on testing hypotheses, modeling neural or cognitive data, implementing specific behavioural functions with neurons, expanding past models, or providing a proof-of-concept of various neural mechanisms. Hands-on tutorials, work on individual or group projects, and talks from invited faculty members will make up the bulk of day-to-day activities. A project demonstration event will be held on the last day of the school, with prizes for strong projects!

Topics Covered: Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to: build perceptual, motor, and sophisticated cognitive models using spiking neurons; model anatomical, electrophysiological, cognitive, and behavioural data; use a variety of single cell models within a large-scale model
; integrate machine learning methods into biologically oriented models; interface Nengo with various kinds of neuromorphic hardware (e.g. SpiNNaker); interface Nengo with cameras and robotic systems; implement modern nonlinear control methods in neural models; and much more…

Date and Location: June 4th to June 16th, 2017 at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Applications: Please visit http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool, where you can find more information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application form listing required materials.

If you have any questions about the school or the application process, please contact Peter Blouw (pblouw@uwaterloo.ca). We look forward to hearing from you!

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2017 Summer School on Large-Scale Brain Modelling

[All details about this school can be found online at http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool]

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo is inviting applications for our 4th annual summer school on large-scale brain modeling. This two-week school will teach participants how to use the Nengo software package to build state-of-the-art cognitive and neural models to run in simulation and on neuromorphic hardware. Nengo has been used to build what is currently the world's largest functional brain model, Spaun [1], and provides users with a versatile and powerful environment for designing cognitive and neural systems to run in simulated and real environments. For a look at last year's summer school, check out this short video: https://goo.gl/EkhWCJ

We welcome applications from all interested graduate students, research associates, postdocs, professors, and industry professionals. No specific training in the use of modeling software is required, but we encourage applications from active researchers with a relevant background in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, robotics, neuromorphic engineering, computer science, or a related field.

[1] Eliasmith, C., Stewart T. C., Choo X., Bekolay T., DeWolf T., Tang Y., Rasmussen, D. (2012). A large-scale model of the functioning brain. Science. Vol. 338 no. 6111 pp. 1202-1205. DOI: 10.1126/science.1225266. [http://nengo.ca/publications/spaunsciencepaper]

**Application Deadline: February 15, 2017**

Format: A combination of tutorials and project-based work. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas for projects, which may focus on testing hypotheses, modeling neural or cognitive data, implementing specific behavioural functions with neurons, expanding past models, or providing a proof-of-concept of various neural mechanisms. Hands-on tutorials, work on individual or group projects, and talks from invited faculty members will make up the bulk of day-to-day activities. A project demonstration event will be held on the last day of the school, with prizes for strong projects!

Topics Covered: Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to: build perceptual, motor, and sophisticated cognitive models using spiking neurons; model anatomical, electrophysiological, cognitive, and behavioural data; use a variety of single cell models within a large-scale model
; integrate machine learning methods into biologically oriented models; interface Nengo with various kinds of neuromorphic hardware (e.g. SpiNNaker); interface Nengo with cameras and robotic systems; implement modern nonlinear control methods in neural models; and much more…

Date and Location: June 4th to June 16th, 2017 at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Applications: Please visit http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool, where you can find more information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application form listing required materials.

If you have any questions about the school or the application process, please contact Peter Blouw (pblouw@uwaterloo.ca). We look forward to hearing from you!

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 2016 Summer School on Large-Scale Brain Modelling

[All details about this school can be found online at http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool]

The Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience at the University of Waterloo is inviting applications for our 3rd annual summer school on large-scale brain modelling. This two-week school will teach participants how to use the Nengo software package to build state-of-the-art cognitive and neural models to run in simulation and on neuromorphic hardware. Nengo has been used to build what is currently the world's largest functional brain model, Spaun [1], and provides users with a versatile and powerful environment for designing cognitive and neural systems to run in simulated and real environments.

We welcome applications from all interested graduate students, research associates, postdocs, professors, and industry professionals. No specific training in the use of modelling software is required, but we encourage applications from active researchers with a relevant background in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, robotics, neuromorphic engineering, computer science, or a related field. For a look at last year's summer school, check out this short video: https://goo.gl/wy4dNC

[1] Eliasmith, C., Stewart T. C., Choo X., Bekolay T., DeWolf T., Tang Y., Rasmussen, D. (2012). A large-scale model of the functioning brain. Science. Vol. 338 no. 6111 pp. 1202-1205. DOI: 10.1126/science.1225266. [http://nengo.ca/publications/spaunsciencepaper]

Application Deadline: February 15, 2016

Format: A combination of tutorials and project-based work. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ideas for projects, which may focus on testing hypotheses, modelling neural or cognitive data, implementing specific behavioural functions with neurons, expanding past models, or providing a proof-of-concept of various neural mechanisms. Hands-on tutorials, work on individual or group projects, and talks from invited faculty members will make up the bulk of day-to-day activities. A project demonstration event will be held on the last day of the school, with prizes for strong projects!

Topics Covered: Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to: build perceptual, motor, and sophisticated cognitive models using spiking neurons; model anatomical, electrophysiological, cognitive, and behavioural data; use a variety of single cell models within a large-scale model
; integrate machine learning methods into biologically oriented models; interface Nengo with various kinds of neuromorphic hardware (e.g. SpiNNaker); interface Nengo with cameras and robotic systems; implement modern nonlinear control methods in neural models; and much more…

Date and Location: June 5th to June 17th, 2016 at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

Applications: Please visit http://www.nengo.ca/summerschool, where you can find more information regarding costs, travel, lodging, along with an application form listing required materials.

If you have any questions about the school or the application process, please contact Peter Blouw (pblouw@uwaterloo.ca). We look forward to hearing from you!
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