[Comp-neuro] Workshop in Copenhagen, May 23rd-25th 2019

Henrik Anders Lindén hlinden at sund.ku.dk
Sun Apr 28 09:47:41 CEST 2019

Dear colleagues,

We are organising a somewhat unusual workshop this coming May where we still have some seats left. The purpose of the workshop is to gather leading neuroscientists to discuss how a fundamental brain theory could be formulated. Each participating speaker has been given as homework to prepare a talk describing their view on such a theory, and to speculate on aspects where they don’t yet have the answers. The workshop will be a “real” workshop the sense that the invited speakers will work together on formulating a theory, and spend most of the time on discussions.

The workshop is the second in a series, where the outcome of the first workshop (held in September 2016) was published in a Neuron issue published in June 2017: https://www.cell.com/neuron/issue?pii=S0896-6273(16)X0012-8

The confirmed speakers are:

- Adrienne Fairhall, Univ. Washington, Seattle, USA
- Alexa Riehle, CNRS, Marseille, France
- Bing Brunton, Univ. Washington, Seattle, USA
- Gyorgy Buzsaki, NYU, New York, USA
- Haime Hirase, RIKEN, Wako,Japan
- Jack Cowan, Univ. Chicago, Chicago, USA
- Peter Dayan, MPI, Tübingen, Germany
- Richard Morris, Univ. Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
- Sara Solla, Northwestern Univ., Chicago, USA
- Sophie Denève, ENS, Paris, France
- Terry Sejnowski, Salk Institute, San Diego, USA
- Wulfram Gerstner, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
- Yiota Poirazi, IMBB-FORTH, Heraklion-Crete, Greece
- Zhaoping Li, MPI, Tübingen, Germany.

May 23rd-25th 2019, between 9-17 each day

The Carlsberg Academy, Copenhagen, Denmark. Information about the venue can be found here:

Attendance is free of charge but registration is required. (Note also that to be able to keep the registration free of charge no meals are included during the workshop.)
Please register here: https://in.ku.dk/forms/how_brains_work/

See  also the workshop homepage:

Workshop steering board: Sophie Denève, John Hertz, Richard Morris, Maiken Nedergaard, Henrik Lindén and Per Roland

On behalf of the steering board of the Copenhagen Initiative,
Henrik Lindén and Per Roland (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

Henrik Lindén, PhD
Assistant professor (adjunkt), University of Copenhagen
Department of Neuroscience
Blegdamsvej 3
DK-2200 Copenhagen N

email: hlinden at sund.ku.dk<mailto:hlinden at sund.ku.dk>
web: http://lindenh.wordpress.com

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