The first few PhD theses of the NextGenVis fellows have been now been submitted and defended. Below you find digital copies of some of the NGV dissertations (access by clicking on title): “Low-level visual processing and its relation to neurological disease” A thesis by Marc Mason Himmelberg, PhD University of York, United Kingdom March 2019 “Changes in Visual Processing as Biomarkers for Parkinson’s Disease” A thesis by Freja Gam Østergaard University of Copenhagen, Denmark April 2019
From 2015-2018, the NextGenVis Research Training program funded fifteen PhD students across Europe to work on important issues related to human vision. The students investigated topics ranging from basic clinical questions about eye and brain disease through to computational models of vision that inform the rapidly expanding field of machine learning. In the leaflet provide a short summary of at least one major output from each student and describe its potential future relevance to healthcare and industry. You can access the leaflet here: NEXTGENVIS_Guidelines
From February 25th – 28th, the final workshop of NextGenVis took place in Pisa, Italy. During this week we presented the scientific highlights of NextGenVis, but we also looked back at three years of successful collaborations, great neurosciences, exciting developments and above all an amazing network. Curious about how we looked back at NextGenVis? Check out the video below!
Our 8th meeting will be held in Pisa (IT), from Feb 24th – Feb 28th, 2018. This will be our final (official) meeting with the NGV consortium. During the meeting all ESRs will give a presentation overviewing their (scientific) work performed as Marie-Curie ESRs within the NextGenVis network. Furthermore, the consortium will work on some final reporting and a visit to the lab of Stella Maris and a social activity have been planned. On Wednesdays the 27th of Februari, we’ll organise a Dissemination Conference, during which the ESRs will present their most prestigious work. Furthermore, NGV PIs will give a talk where they put the work … Read More
Our 7th meeting was held in Lübeck (DE), from July 17th – July 20th, 2018. The meeting included a follow-up workshop on Career Planning, with invited talks from Anette Hammerschmidt (career consultant/coach), Jonathan Mall (founder of NEURO FLASH) and Sara Fabbri (Assistant Professor, University of Groningen) and a workshop on Grant Pitching. Wa also visited the premisis of gestigon, a gesture control and body tracking software developer. Furthermore, the ESRs pitched their ‘Business Plans’, for which both “REPERIO” and “CLASSIFLY” received a monetary award: Congratulations!
Our 6th meeting was held in Jerusalem (IL), from March 19th – March 22nd, 2018. The meeting included a Grant Writing workshop, a visit to Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Centre, and a symposium “Career development in the visual neuroscience field; Basic science, translational, therapeutic, rehabilitation and technology viewpoints”. Full program
Our 5th meeting was held in Copenhagen (DK), from October 31st – November 3rd, 2017 The meeting included a Drug Discovery workshop hosted by Lundbeck, a visit to Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance (Europe’s leading centre in biomedical fMRI), and a follow-up workshop on writing business plans for scientists by EuroGrant. Meeting documents Full program
Our 4th meeting was held in Maastricht and Eindhoven (NL), from February 12-17, 2017. The meeting included an advanced training course on high-field MRI hosted by BrainInnovation, a visit to Philips Hightech Campus in Eindhoven, and a workshop on writing business plans for scientists by EuroGrant. Furthermore, the mid-term review meeting (mid-term project evaluation) in the presence of two EU representatives has taken place. Full program
Our 3rd meeting was held in York (UK), from September 16th – 19th, 2016. This meeting included ‘Advanced training course 2: Computational Neuroimaging of the Visual System’ (day two). On the first day, the ESR’s presented the progress of their projects. On day two, three international experts, and two principal investigators with expert knowledge on the topic from NextGenVis, gave the advanced training course. This course provided in-depth treatment of approaches and some of the most recent technical advances in computational neuroscience (e.g. quantitative MRI and advanced neuroimaging methods). The course also provided insight into theoretical and methodological challenges and advances … Read More
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