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Systems neuroscience - perspectives on biomarkers and interfaces
Complexity based neuroscience: Novel insight into old problems


(a program of BSCS, the Budapest Semester of Cognitive Science)

Due to Coronavirus, the 2020 Program is cancelled. 

Pls come in 2021, in a hopefully peaceful year!

The old 2020 Program Overview (with Syllabi) is here.

Program Description (17 pages) 2020

Pictures from the 2018 closing ceremony
(the 20172016 and 2015 closig ceremonies)

SysNeuro is a Summer program offered by the Budapest Semester in Cognitive Science (BSCS) from 2012 on. BSCS is a study abroad school established in 2003, featuring a unique combination of academic excellence and rich cultural traditions.

The BSCS Systems Neuroscience Program takes place at and academically supervised by the Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Semmelweis University Medical School, Budapest. Transcript is issued by the Registrar of the Semmelweis University Medical School, and sent directly to the Registrar of the sending college/university.

BSCS was established as an undergraduate program for US and other foreign students offering a study abroad semester in the cognitive sciences in the Fall semester. The BSCS Program is run by the Hungarian Cognitive Science Association and BSCS-US LLC, Kalamazoo, Michigan and is affiliated with Eötvös University of Budapest (Hungary) via a bilateral contract.

The BSCS program for US and international students was established in 2003 upon the joint initiative of the three founding Directors, John Bickle, Péter Érdi and George Kampis, offering Semesters since 2004. In addition to US students, the program regularly enrolls part time and full time students from Hungary and the surrounding region. The whole program is run by the BSCS-US LLC, Kalamazoo, and affiliated to the Hungarian Cognitive Science Association.

The BSCS Systems Neuroscience Program takes place at and academically supervised by the Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Semmelweis University, Budapest, (acting Head: Dr. Gábor Gerber) and coordinated by Dr. László Négyessy. Certificates with grades are issued also by the Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Semmelweis University.

Péter Érdi, SysNeuro, Director; BSCS Co-Director
Kalamazoo College, MI, USA

John Milton, SysNeuro, US Academic Supervisor
Claremont McKenna College, CA, USA

László Négyessy, SysNeuro, Co-Director
Semmelweis University Budapest, Hungary

George Kampis, BSCS Director
Eötvös University Budapest, Hungary

Steven Bressler
Florida Atlantic University, USA

György Buzsáki
New York University, USA

Claus C. Hilgetag
University Medical Center Eppendorf, Hamburg University

Viktor Jirsa

Anna W. Roe
Oregon Health and Science University Portland, OR, USA