GRK 2340

Graduiertenkolleg "Computational Cognition"

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RTG Events

October, 2022
Biological and Artificial Neural Networks
Internal workshop

October 6, 2022
Good scientific practice

June 29, 2022
Kick-Off-Workshop for group coaching

May 4 – 6, 2022
Retreat of the RTG
at Kloster Malgarten

December 6, 2022
Social media for scientists
Internal training

September 22 - 24, 2021
ComCo 2021
International workshop

June, 2021
Empowering leadership skills
for young leaders

External training

May 16, 2021
Career-talk about startups

May 3, 2021
Career-talk about the postdoc-period

April 19, 2021
Training on postdoc funding

January 27 - 28, 2021
Internal workshop on Deep Reinforcement Learning
crash course & talks and discussions

September - December, 2020
Career planning for women in academia
Group coaching

June 8-9, 2020
Annual meeting of the German Research Training Groups in Computer Science


February 20-21, 2020
Good scientific practice

November 5, 2019
Collection, Storage, Editing and Sustainable Provision of Research Data


October 1-2, 2019
ComCo 2019

International workshop

September 30, 2019
Discover your neurochemical signature

Qualification program

The course program is organized according to the terms, with a regular alternation between even and odd semesters. Participation in seminars, special lectures and lecture series, international workshops, as well as in methodology courses, is compulsory for all of the training group’s students, irrespective of the financial source. Yet, the RTG will host students with different backgrounds. Therefore the study program will adapt to the individual educational needs of the PhD students.



Colloquium of the Institute of Cognitive Science

Wednesdays during summer and winter terms, 5 pm s.t.
In the upcoming winter term, we would like to try again an in-person IKW colloquium, if possible, inviting guest speakers to come to Osnabrück each Wednesday to present to us some recent research on hot research topics in all areas of cognitive science. In order to do this, we need your help!
If you have in mind researchers that you would like to propose as speakers, please send an email to the team with your suggestions. For each researcher you propose, please briefly tell us why you are interested in inviting the person in question, and provide the name, affiliation, email address, and if possible, a web page.
Please send your suggestions until August 15!
While we want to have as many on-site talks as we can, it is also possible to invite speakers to present via a video conferencing system. This is especially relevant for speakers from overseas.


Doctorate colloquium

Tuesdays during summer and winter terms, 4pm c.t. in 93/E12