Summer Term 2020

Please note that only 'active' doctoral students of the GTC can participate in the courses listed.  Doctoral students who have not yet passed their admission interviews ('applicants') and guest students from other faculties can participate only in case of vacancies.

Courses indicated as 'Elective' will run throughout the semester and take place once a week. They are specialist courses offered to masters students, however, they might also be of interest to doctoral students working or planning to work in that particular field.

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Course title
Day, time & location
Type of course

Courses offered by the Graduate Academy of the University of Tübingen

as announced


Career Maker Workshop

June 12, 2020 (Kickoff Workshop; ONLINE)

Simone Cardoso de Oliveira (SCIEDO)

Scientific Presentation

Change of date: July 16 + 17, 2020; 9am - 5pm (tba)


Sleep: Phenomena, Physiology and Function (Elective)

Tue 9-10.30 am, Z1 (2nd floor), Silcherstr. 5 ('Alte HNO')


Molecular & Cellular Basis of Learning & Memory (Elective)

Fri 11 am-1 pm, GTC Lecture Hall

Burgalossi et al.

Fundamentals of Sensorimotor Integration (Elective)

Mon 2-4 pm, E7A23 Biol. Building E, Auf der Morgenstelle 28

Ilg U.

Genome-editing Technologies for Gene and Cell Therapy (Elective)

Mon 9-11am DZNE Seminar Room, Otfried-Müller-Str. 23

Deleidi, Valori

MRI-applications for Neuroscientific and Clinical Research (Elective)

Mon 12am-1:30pm, Otfried-Müller-Str. 51, Building #554, Seminar Room (Basement)

Hagberg, Scheffler

Special Topics of Sensory Signal Processing (Elective)

Fri 2-4pm, Lecture Theatre, Dept. of Otolaryngology, Elfriede-Aulhorn-Str. 5

Knipper et al.

Signal Processing

Tue 4-6 pm, GTC Lecture Hall


Entrepreneurial Biomedicine (Elective)

Wed 2-4pm, Ear-Nose & Throat Hospital (HNO-Klinik), Room 2.310


Advanced Statistics (Elective)

Wed 4(ct)-5:30pm, GTC Lecture Hall

Gais, Brodt

Theoretical Methods for Computational Neuroscience II (Elective)



Journal Club Vision Sciences (Elective)

Jan 22-24, 2020 Maria-von-Linden-Str. 6, 1st floor, room no. 10-10/A12


Current Trends in Deep Learning for Medicine (Elective)

Wed 2-4pm, EAS7-2.330 FIA Lecture Room (Elfried-Aulhorn-Str. 7)

Berens, Ayhan

Understanding vision: theory, models, and data (Elective)

Fri 10am-12, MPI Biol Cybernetics, room 203 (Max-Planck-Ring 8)

Zhaoping Li