Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN) Summer School Launches at Cold Spring Harbor Asia

Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute (TCCI®) Continues to Support Scientific Exchange and Training


On July 17, the 2021 Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN) summer school started classes at Cold Spring Harbor Asia in Suzhou, China. The summer school was initiated by Wu Si, Zach Mainen and Upinder Bhalla in 2010 and was supported by the Tianqiao and Chrissy Chen Institute (TCCI®) this year. The 2021 organizers included Wang Xiojing, Yang Guangyu, Huang Chengcheng, Dora Angelaki and Christopher Honey.


According to Professor Wang Xiaojing, the summer school aims to foster the development of computational and cognitive neuroscience skills in China as well as international communications in this arena. It has an international faculty and enrolls students from China, Western Europe, the United States and Asia.


As the primary funder of the summer school this year, TCCI® continues proactively supporting global academic exchanges and brain science. ISince its inception five years ago, the Institute has supported dozens of high-end academic exchange conferences in China, US, Europe, Singapore, Australia, and Japan, focusing on topics such as brain-machine interface, digital medicine, and the treatment of cognitive disorders.