[visionlist] Data analysis summer course in Norway
aniram06 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 6 12:50:38 -04 2020
Update for Neuro-insights summer course: application deadline extended
until April 15 for European and Norwegian applicants.
I am pleased to announce a new summer course entitled "Neuro-insights: Data
Science Approaches in Neuroscience".
Because most young researchers in life and health sciences do not have a
solid quantitative background, they face difficulties when analyzing data
independently. This difficulty represents a major drawback in research.
Students waste time learning analytical methods by themselves that could be
more quickly learned with proper instruction and support. Additionally, the
lack of convention or standards in some fields is a source of confusion
that slows the learning process. As consequence, the quality of insights
and research productivity suffer. This course provides a comprehensive
introduction to data science and big data applied to neuroscience research.
This course is recommended for PhD and Master Students that are involved in
neuroscience research projects. It is an advantage if the student has
knowledge in algebra, linear algebra, statistics, calculus,
neurophysiology, and any programming language, especially Python.
Date & Location
July 6–July 24, 2020. Oslo, Norway.
All participants at OsloMet International Summer School must pay a summer
school fee of 1000 NOK (~100€). This covers participation, arrival service,
welcome pack, social program, and excursions.
You can apply online: http://www.hioa.no/Studier-og-kurs/Summer
Contact Sigrun Pahr Maennling <sigsku at oslomet.no>
On Wed, Jan 22, 2020 at 10:37 AM Marina Fridman <aniram06 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> This summer, Oslo Metropolitan University is hosting a data analysis
> course for calcium imaging and electrophysiology data. The course will take
> place July 6-31, 2020. You can find more info about the course here
> International students are welcome to apply until February 1.
> Please contact Sigrun Pahr Maennling <sigsku at oslomet.no> with any
> Kind regards,
> Marina Fridman
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