CCNS member Yvonne Höller received a € 309,125.25 FWF grant for her project “High-Frequency Oscillations in the High-Density EEG”.
CCNS member Kerstin Hödlmoser received a Fulbright Grant from Fulbright Austria.
CCNS member Matthias Schurz received an Erwin Schrödinger Fellowship from the FWF for his intended postdoctoral stay in the UK.
In the short movie “Research Facilities” at the University of Salzburg, our Laboratory for Sleep, Cognition & Consciousness Research and our eye tracking & MRI labs are shortly presented in time segment 3:45 to 5:05.
In Summer 2017, July 13 – 14, the CCNS will initiate the first annual meeting in the domain of Cognitive Neuroscience, the so-called Salzburg Mind-Brain Annual Meeting or simply SAMBA.
On Thursday, September 24, our MEG lab was officially inaugurated.