Ankersaal (Absberggasse 27/Stiege 3/3. Stock, 1100 Wien)

Organiser: ENCODS


Attendance type(s): In Person

FENS members will benefit from preferential rates

Event Dates: 23—24 Jun 2024

Registration is open

The European Neuroscience Conference by Doctoral Students (ENCODS) is an initiative started by graduate students at the Neurocampus Bordeaux in 2013. The main aim of ENCODS is to provide a safe space for early-career neuroscientists where they can share their research in the form of talks and poster presentations, create new collaborations, learn from experts, and network with researchers and students from all around the world. Since 2015, the ENCODS meeting has been organised in partnership with the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS).

A typical ENCODS meeting will have around 100 attendees. It offers young scientists the opportunity to discuss their research and career-related topics. Social activities and workshops will also be available and are designed to increase interaction and communication.

By attending ENCODS you will:

  • Gain experience presenting and discussing your work;
  • Expand your network of contacts;
  • Attend workshops designed to increase your skills;
  • Expand your knowledge in different fields of neuroscience;
  • Interact with key-note speakers who are experienced researchers, experts in their field.

The ENCODS 2024 Meeting will take place in Vienna, Austria on June 23rd and 24th, 2024, before the FENS Forum 2024 (Vienna, 25-29 June). For this meeting, our conference theme is “Emerging Technologies in Neuroscience: Unveiling the Next Frontiers”. The goal is, across distinguished expert and student presentations, poster sessions, and the workshops, bring together the different fields within Neuroscience and discuss new techniques with early career scientists.

ENCODS 2024 Committee’s reflection is based on the reality of the PhD: Most of the time, students specialize in one to three techniques during their PhD (computational or experimental, in vitro or in vivo, molecular scale to network/behaviour). The goal here is for students to present the important questions they address in their PhD work and the techniques they are using to do so, and to learn from their peers.

Particularly, ENCODS 2024 will be the perfect conference for students performing experimental neurosciences to learn more about computational neuroscience, and vice-versa.

For enquiries, please contact: 2024@encods.eu


Contact Details

Name: ENCODS 2024 Team

Email: 2024@encods.eu

URL: https://www.fens.org/careers/networks/encods


Vienna, Austria