Workshops and Professionals Seminar
Workshops are in W34, 3rd floor Seminar Room
Professionals Seminars are in N55, SR 210/11
For more information or to register, please use the contact link to send us an email with your name and workshops you are interested in. Thank you!
Window to the Brain - Erforschung von Struktur und Funktion des Gehirns mittels MR-Bildgebung. Auf Deutsch von 17.4.13 bis 10.7.13. Ohne Voranmeldung oder Vorkenntnisse. Schedule
MatLab Beginners (Falk Eippert) Wednesday, January 23 to Friday, January 25. 3 day course.
Jan 23 - 14:15
Jan 24 - 9:30am
Jan 25 - 9:30am
Theory and practice are taught in parallel. Flow and loop control, basic plotting, arguments and return values, control statements and manipulating text are some of the topics included.
How to use shell scripts for efficiency (Niklas Stein) Wednesday, February 13, 9:30am. 1 day course
Ever wanted to go off for the weekend - worry free - and have everything from DICOM import to second level ready and waiting for you on Monday morning? Or perhaps save data in stable text files for immortality, rather than worry about software upgrades and compatibility? Then shell scripting is a very useful tool to stream-line your time. The workshop will focus on basic shell scripting procedures so you have time for more important things.
MatLab Figures (Eszter Schoell) Wednesday, April 10, 9:30am. 1 day course. FULL
Quickly generating a plot of data to understand it can oftentimes be helpful and MatLab makes it easy to generate plots. This course will introduce basic plotting commands and manipulation of figure properties (parents and children). The focus will be on using command line and scripting rather than the plotting editor.
February 20, 2013 at 17:00: Dr. Eva-Maria Freyschmidt, Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft
"Career in Scientific Administration and Management: being a right-hand (wo)man to the president"
April 29, 2013: Dr. Jan Kunze, DFG
"Wissenschaftsmanager bei der DFG - ein attraktiver Karriereweg ?"
MatLab Advanced (Falk Eippert) Wednesday, May 29 to Friday, May 31. 3 day course. FULL
May 29 - 14:00 - 17:00
May 30 - 10:00 - 17:00
May 31 - 10:00 - 17:00
A continuation of the MatLab series. Object oriented programming is included.