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Rev Neurosci. 1999;10(3-4):175-9.

Trends in European computational neuroscience.

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C.& O. Vogt Brain Research Institute, Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf, Germany. RK@hirn.uni-duesseldorf.de

Abstract

Understanding the complex structure and function of the central nervous system requires the integration of many scientific disciplines and descriptive levels, and the development and application of adequate research tools. The fast growing field of computational neuroscience plays an important role within this integrative effort. In Europe, an active community is emerging that investigates structure-function relationships in the nervous system at subcellular, cellular, network, and behavioural levels. An increasing number of courses and conferences are offering opportunities for development and exchange of ideas between scientists interested in computational neuroscience. Thus, it is timely to present a spectrum of European activities in this field and to foster the communication between scientists across disciplines towards joint efforts.

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