I believe that as a scientist, especially as a woman in a STEM-field, I feel a responsibility to share the beauty and excitement of science. I do this in different ways: of course I teach, but I also give presentations and I am involved in several other activities.
At the BrainHelpDesk, we try to answer any question about the brain!
BrainBee Taskforce Computational Neuroscience and AI
Materials about computational neuroscience and AI for a broad audience!
Women in (Neuro)Science
Unfortunately enough, there are still not many women in science, especially not in my field, computational neuroscience. I find this a pity! So why is that, and what can we do about it? Here is just a random collection of stories and ideas that I like.
Computational Neuroscience Resources
Almost no-one coming to computational neuroscience has a degree in computational neuroscience: most have degrees in biology, physics, mathematics or AI. Therefore, I often receive the question what good introductory material is. Here, I compiled a list of some introductory material I like.
Here is where you can find me for academic discussions
Here is where you can find me for general discussions
Projects I am proud to contribute to, in particular the Dutch BrainBee!
Summary of all current and past University courses I teach and taught.