INS Seminars

 

We organize two types of seminars:

  • INS Keynote Seminars, giving “carte blanche” to prestigious speakers, invited to present a broad survey of their research achievements, in a format accessible to a non specialist audience of general systems and cognitive neuroscientists
  • INS Topical Seminars, which are more informal presentations aiming at introducing recent advancements in specific fields or illustrating technical approaches in more detail, always, of course, after a general introduction to the context and a fast survey of the state of the art.

Our keynotes and topical seminars for the years 2015/2016 can be found here.

 

NEXT SEMINARS 2016/2017

 

• Topical Seminar: Thursday, 6th April 2017 14.00
  Adrien Meguerditchian
  Laboratoire de Psychologie Cognitive, Aix-Marseille University, France
  On the gestural origins of language: Communication in
  primates & hemispheric specialization of the brain (abstract here)
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 20th April 2017 14.00
  Ferath Kherif
  Laboratoire de Recherche en Neuroimagerie, University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 27th April 2017 14.00
  Christian Jutten
  GIPSA-lab, INP, Grenoble, France
 
• Topical Seminar: Thursday, 18th May 2017 14.00
  Adrian Ponce Alvarez
  Department of Information and Communication Technologies, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 1st June 2017 14.00
  Pieter Roelfsema
  Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, Amsterdam, Netherlands
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 8th June 2017 14.00
  Charlotte Jacquemot
  Neuropsychologie Interventionnelle, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France
 
• Keynote Seminar: Friday, 30th June 2017 14.00
  Joachim Gross
  Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Glasgow, UK
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 6th July 2017 14.00
  Rafael Malach
  Department of Neurobiology, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel

 

 

PAST SEMINARS 2016/2017

 

• Topical Seminar: Friday, 17th March 2017 14.00
  Christian Kell
  Cognitive Neuroscience Group, Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany
  Time after time – endogenous neural clocks serving information coding
  and perception (abstract here)
 
• Topical Seminar: Friday, 17th March 2017 11.00
  Marta Favali
  Centre d’analyse et de mathématique sociales (CAMS), Paris, France
  Formal models of visual perception based on cortical architectures (abstract here)
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 16th March 2017 14.00
  Marc de Kamps
  School of Computing, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
  Computational Geometry for Neural Populations
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 2nd March 2017 14.00
  Sylvain Baillet
  McConnell Brain Imaging Center, MNI, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
  Possible mechanisms underlying the polyrhythmic activity of the brain:
  from rest to perception (abstract here)
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 23rd February 2017 14.00
  Valentin Wyart
  LNC, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France
  Premature, self-confirmatory commitment to uncertain decisions during
  pharmacologically induced transition to psychosis: a placebo-controlled,
  double-blind EEG study in healthy human subjects (abstract here)
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 2nd February 2017 14.00
  Maria Sanchez Vives
  ICREA-IBIDAPS, Barcelona, Spain
  Shaping the default mode of cortical activity and getting out of it
 
• Topical Seminar: Thursday, 26th January 2017 14.00
  Anna Letizia Allegra Mascaro
  LENS, University of Florence, Italy
  Multi-scale investigation of rehabilitation-induced cortical plasticity
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 12th January 2017 14.00
  Bruno Cauli
  IBPS, UPMC, Paris, France
  Neurogenic control of neurovascular coupling (abstract here)
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 1st December 2016 14.00
  Francesca SARGOLINI
  Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives, UMR 7291, Fédération 3C, Université Aix-Marseille
  Entorhinal cortex and spatial navigation
 
• Topical Seminar: Thursday, 1st December 2016 14.00 La Timone Hospital
  Jean-Julien Aucouturier
  CREAM, Ircam, Paris, France
  Emotions, Music and Acoustic Engineering
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 10th November 2016 14.00
  Carrillo Reid Luis
  Columbia University, New-York City, USA
  Imaging and Manipulating Neuronal Ensembles
 
• Topical Seminar: Tuesday, 18th October 2016 14.00
  Dirk Isbrandt
  Experimentelle Neurophysiologie Universitätsklinikum Köln, Germany
  Vulnerable developmental periods in genetic forms of epilepsy
 
• Keynote Seminar: Thursday, 13th October 2016 14.00
  Sylvie Nozaradan
  Marcs Institute, Western Sydney University, Australia
  How musical rhythm entrains the human brain activity
 

 

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For more informations, presentation material or proposing speakers to invite, please contact the INS seminars organizers:

Demian Battaglia (demian.battaglia@univ-amu.fr)
and Benjamin Morillon (benjamin.morillon@univ-amu.fr)