Enrollment for EBRAINS Community Summer School 2023


Please notice that this is an application where you receive an automatic confirmation email for your registration. You will receive a personal confirmation email if your registration is accepted.
Please consider refraining from registering if you are unsure about attending. This will help us avoid a significant amount of administrative work and prevent discrepancies in the final budget. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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For this EBRAINS Summer School event, we collect information about your name, professional interests, country, and contact information. We collect these data to ensure diversity in the workshop, to facilitate the workshop, and to be able to provide you with practical information. Your name, organisation and position will be shared with participants during the event. The registration information will be deleted when all administration has been finalized at the end of the project in 2023. You can withdraw this consent, except for published material, by contacting the data protection officer for the event, Francisca Nordfalk, at gdpr@tekno.dk.

About the event:

June 29, 2023 10:30 am → June 30, 2023 3:00 pm

A two-day event providing you with the opportunity to:

  • Explore strategies for expanding, engaging, and retaining EBRAINS users within national, thematic, service-oriented, or innovation-focused sub-communities.
  • Uncover methods for establishing new networks within the EBRAINS Community and optimizing the potential of existing ones.
  • Enhance your skills in community building and management and become an ambassador and advocate for brain research.

So don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to be a part of the EBRAINS Community and enhance your community building and management skills. Join us on 29 and 30 June to take your first step towards creating a stronger, more connected community in the field of digital brain science.

Preliminary  Programme

Day  June 29
Welcome and introduction 
10.45  What is the EBRAINS Community? 
11.30 Benefits of building a community.
12.30 Lunch 
 13.30 Community building in your academic career
 15.00   What can you do with and for your community?
 Day  June 30
09.00  Leadership and networking in community building.  
 12.00 Lunch
13.00 Examples of concept activities – Inspiration catalogue.
 15:00  Sum up

We expect participants to:

  • Engage actively in event.
  • Contribute actively to tasks and discussions on the community.ebrains.eu platform.
  • Engage in discussions during events and share your perspectives and ideas.

Venue: The EBRAINS Summer School will take place on-site in Copenhagen, Denmark. We aim for a maximum of 50 participants. You will receive a registration confirmation of your participation by email.

Price: Free of charge (we will reimburse your travel- and accommodation expenses max. 650€)

Reimbursement instructions

Reimbursement Form

Any questions? Don’t hesitate to write to Lars Klüver, Augusta Bennedbæk, and Aske Palsberg at community@ebrains.eu, with the title ‘EBRAINS Summer School’. Join EBRAINS Summer School now! Press the big green button to enroll!

Please consider refraining from registering if you are unsure about attending. This will help us avoid a significant amount of administrative work and prevent discrepancies in the final budget. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.



The EBRAINS Community is an exceptional platform that unites researchers, scientists, clinicians, patient organizations, entrepreneurs, and industry experts to collaborate towards a shared objective: to advance digital brain research for the betterment of society. As an EBRAINS member, you’ll have the opportunity to leverage state-of-the-art resources, data, and knowledge, and connect with a community of kindred spirits who share your commitment to making a meaningful impact in the realm of brain research.


The EBRAINS Community aspires to foster an EBRAINS community that is driven by its users, wherein members proactively engage with each other, arrange events, start conversations, and form sub-communities based on national, thematic, service-oriented, or innovation-focused interests.

In order to realize this vision, individuals like yourself are essential – whether you’re a young researcher, an established scientist, a science manager, or simply an enthusiast – who is dedicated to building a more cohesive, expansive, and interconnected community.

Whether you’re already a part of the Human Brain Project (HBP) or EBRAINS, or considering becoming involved, you’re invited to participate in this event. We strongly believe that a community that is diverse and inclusive is critical to realizing our objectives, and we are eager to listen to a broad array of viewpoints and backgrounds.

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