Events Neurowissenschaften

Hier finden Sie Informationen zu allen Veranstaltungen der Abteilung Neurowissenschaften am Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Ästhetik.

Growing up in Science with Wolf Singer

What is it to be a scientist? How does one become a scientist? “Growing up in science” is a conversation series with academics at different levels of their career focusing on the sometimes short, sometimes long and winding roads behind the “official CV”.

Presented by Lucia Melloni, Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Ästhetik

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Lecture by Liad Mudrik: Studying the functions
of consciousness: what we know and what we want to know

Dr. Liad Mudrik, Tel Aviv University, School of Psychological Sciences

Location: Think Tank, 4th floor

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The Westend Lectures on Brain and Cognition with Erich Schröger:
From Fechter's Psychophysics to Cognitive Neuroscience: a case for mental models

The WESTEND LECTURES ON BRAIN AND COGNITION host leading international researchers from the field of Cognition and Neuroscience.The goal is to present cutting edge research, advances in theoretical foundations, and technologies to stimulate an active debate in the field.

Prof. Dr. Erich Schröger, Vice Rector for Research and Young Academics, Leipzig University and Professor for Cognitive and Biological Psychology, Institute of Psychology, Leipzig University

Location: Room 417-419, 4th floor

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Lecture by Hyojin Park: Neural oscillatory mechanisms in dynamic
information representation during natural audiovisual speech perception

Dr. Hyojin Park, University of Birmingham, School of Psychology, is an expert on neural oscillatory mechanisms associated with human speech and memory.

Location: Conference room 416-419, 4th floor.

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Lecture by Virginie van Wassenhove:
Making sense of time in the human mind

Prof. Virginie van Wassenhove, PhD

Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit, CEA DRF/Joliot, INSERM, Université Paris-Sud, Université Paris-Saclay, NeuroSpin center, 91191 Gif/Yvette, France

Location: Think Tank, 4th floor

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Workshop on Linear Mixed-Effects Models (LMM)
with Dejan Draschkow

In this workshop, Dr. Dejan Draschkow (Goethe University Frankfurt) will cover the theory and implementation of LLMs in R statistical programming environment.

Location: Art Lab Foyer

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Symposium Understanding temporal expectations:
Controversies and consensus

Symposium, organized by Lucia Melloni & Alessandro Tavano

Location: Room 417

Everyone is welcome to attend. Registration is required for logistics. Please register by Monday 09th of July if you plan to attend: Registration and Symposium Program

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The Westend Lectures on Brain and Cognition with Uri Hasson:
Time regained: how the brain accumulates and communicates memories as life unfolds over time?

The WESTEND LECTURES ON BRAIN AND COGNITION host leading international researchers from the field of Cognition and Neuroscience.The goal is to present cutting edge research, advances in theoretical foundations, and technologies to stimulate an active debate in the field.

Uri Hasson, Psychology department and the Neuroscience Institute, Princeton University

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Growing Up in Science with Leon Deouell

He was going to be a physician but a patient with brain damage changed his path...

What is it to be a scientist? How does one become a scientist? “Growing up in science” is a conversation series with academics at different levels of their career focusing on the sometimes short, sometimes long and winding roads behind the “official CV”.

Presented by Lucia Melloni, Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Ästhetik

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Lecture by Arianna Zuanazzi: The intricate interplay
of spatial attention and expectation – A multisensory perspective

Arianna Zuanazzi, Computational Cognitive Neuroimaging group, Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics Centre, University of Birmingham, Birmingham

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Lecture by Christian Keitel: Visual perception and alpha rhythms
in the brain - new twists in an ongoing story

Dr. Christian Keitel, Centre of Cognitive Neuroimaging (CCNi), University of Glasgow

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Lecture by Anne Keitel: How auditory and motor cortices
contribute to speech comprehension

Dr. Anne Keitel,  Centre of Cognitive Neuroimaging (CCNi), University of Glasgow

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Lecture by Nina Kazanina: Going Mental

Prof. Nina Kazanina, University of Bristol, Experimental Psychology

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