Schedule


Please notice, that it is not the final version of schedule - there could be some changes in time of sessions! 

24th November 2017 (Friday)

 

Time Event
08:30 Registration desk opens
09:00 - 17:45 Workshops
18:00 Opening Ceremony
18:15 - 19:15
 
Opening Lecture:
Zoltán Molnár (Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, University of Oxford)

Cortical layer with no known function

25th November 2017 (Saturday)

 

Time Event
09.00 – 11.05 I SEMINAR SESSION (COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE)
09:00 10:00 Keynote Lecture:
Matthew Apps (Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford)

Neurocomputational basis of social signals in the anterior cingulate cortex
10:05 11:05 I SEMINAR SESSION
11:05 11:20 Coffee break
11.20 – 13.25 II SESSION (COMPUTATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE)
11:20 12:20 Keynote Lecture:
Bernhard Englitz (Institute for Neurophysiology; Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour; Radboud University Nijmegen)

Computational principles in auditory processing
12:25 13:25 II SEMINAR SESSION
13.25 14.25 Lunch break
14.25 16.25 POSTER SESSION: experimental posters
16.25 17.25  Interdisciplinary Lecture:
Guillaume Dumas (Department of Neuroscience; Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Across scales: from Genes in Human Evolution to Brain in Social Interaction
17:30 19.00  DISCUSSION
21.00 - Integration Party



26th November 2017 (Sunday)

 

Time Event
09.30 – 11.35 III SESSION (NEUROBIOLOGY)
9:30 10.30 Keynote Lecture:
Emre Yaksi (Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience, NTNU, Trondheim)

Studying the function and connectivity of neural networks in zebrafish brain
10.35 11.35 IV SEMINAR SESSION 
11:35 12.35 POSTER SESSION: theoretical posters
12.35 13.35 Lunch break
13.35 - 15.40 V SESSION (CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE)
13.35 - 14:35 Keynote Lecture:
Athena Demertzi (Belgium Brain and Spine Institute, University of Liège / ICM, Paris)

Measuring (un)conscious states: research, clinical applications and ethics
14:40 - 15:40 V SEMINAR SESSION 
15:45 - 16:45 Closing Lecture:
György Buzsáki (The Neuroscience Institute, New York University)

Emergence and mechanisms of cognition
16:50 -  Awards Ceremony and closing remarks