For complete listing of Biology modules and courses see Campus and RWTHonline websites.
Our courses in the Biology Master Programme:
courses, lectures and seminar in Optophysiology during the spring semester
Topics include fluorescence imaging, super-resolution microscopy and optogenetics. We explain the theoretical and methodological background and discuss scientific applications and breakthroughs.
as pdf: Optophysiology Modules RWTH – KAMPA
Behavioral Neuroscience Module
courses, lectures and seminar in Behavioral Neuroscience during the spring semester.
Topics include Learning & Memory, Sleep & Attention, Psychophysics, Biological Psychology.. We explain the theoretical and methodological background during the lectures and discuss how neuroscience can explain complex behavior.
For more information please check the Module Catalogue or contact us.
Data analysis with Python – Introduction to programming in Python
For master students in biology
We offer an introduction course to data analysis with Python during the spring term break (two weeks full-time in March). The course provides an introduction to programming using the computer language Python and is aimed at master students in biology, who are new to programming. In addition to programming skills you will also learn how to use Python for data analysis and to produce figures for your report or thesis. For more information please contact Bjoern Kampa or Sonja Grün at the Forschungszentrum Jülich.
Our courses in the Biology Bachelor Programme:
Zoology Module (Bau der Organismen, BDO-1)
new schedule for WS 2018 in preparation !!! Please check posts. For more information please contact us or come to the lecture on Fridays 10.30 at AH-V. Lecture and practical course are part of the BSc Biology curriculum and take place during the first semester.
Neurobiology (Vertiefungsrichtung Biologische Informationsverarbeitung, BIV)
Lecture, seminar and hands-on practical course with focus on neurobiology
Part of the BSc curriculum during 5.-6. semester as preparation for the BSc thesis. For more information please contact Prof. Bjoern Kampa.