Enrollment for EBRAINS online Community Cafés

Personal Information

Select one or more dates when you wish to participate *

Consent *

For this EBRAINS online Community Café, 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. During the workshop, zoom will be used for communication 'zoom privacy statement' and Mural will be used as a digital whiteboard to collect your input 'mural privacy policy'. Your name, organisation, and position may be shared with the participants. 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 6, 2023 1:00 pm → June 23, 2023 2:00 pm

Join the EBRAINS Community Cafés and be part of an informal and engaging “café” style discussion on topical areas in neurology or meet an interesting person within the field. Connect with like-minded individuals and learn from a renowned scientist. Join us for a unique opportunity to expand your knowledge and be part of a vibrant community passionate about exploring the frontiers of neurology!


Meet Jean-Pierre Changeux on 6 June from 13.00 to 14.00 hrs.

We are excited to invite you to meet Jean-Pierre Changeux.

Jean-Pierre Changeux is Honorary Professor at the Collège de France & Pasteur Institute Paris and former International Faculty, Kavli Institute for Brain & Mind, University of California San Diego. His main contributions and discoveries over the past 50 years are centered on the general theme of receptors and their allosteric transitions, primarily in the nervous system and were initiated by the first identification of a neurotransmitter receptor: the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor.

Jean-Pierre Changeux’s academic accolades include the Gairdner foundation award in 1978, the Wolf prize in 1983, the Louis Jeantet Prize for Medicine in 1993, the Balzan Prize in 2001, the National Academy of Sciences Award in Neurosciences USA in 2007, the Olav Thon international research award in biomedicine, Oslo, Norway, 2016, the Albert Einstein World Award of Science, Hong Kong, 2018, the Erasmus medal 2023.

For full bio please read here.

Participation is upon registration which is free of charge. Please click here to register!

Meet Katrin Amunts on 23 June from 13.00 to 14.00 hrs.

We are excited to invite you to meet Katrin Amunts.

Katrin Amunts is a German neuroscientist, and well known for her work in human brain mapping. In order to better understand the organizational principles of the human brain, she and her team have created the cytoarchitectonic Julich-Brain atlas. Katrin Amunts is a full professor for Brain Research, and director of the C. and O. Vogt Institute of Brain Research, Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf (since 2013), and director of the Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine (INM-1), Research Center Juelich. Since 2016, she is the Scientific research director of the European flagship, the Human Brain Project. Katrin Amunts received the prestigious 2021 Hector Science Award as well as the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, Cross of Merit 1st Class.

For full bio please read here.

Participation is upon registration which is free of charge. Please click here to register!

Pre-register now for future cafés! Click the green enroll button!


Participants can register to one or several cafés. In case you pre-register, we will send you updates and link by email.

Enrollment submissions

You do not have sufficient permissions to access this data.