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EPFL Brain Mind Institute Symposium: Neural Implementation of Learning Models

Brain Mind Institute Symposium

Neural Implementation of Learning Models

16th- 17th November 2017
EPFL, Switzerland

Learning and decision making are essential to human behaviour. Technological and conceptual advances are now providing exciting new perspectives using multidisciplinary approaches such as EEG, fMRI and computational models to understand the process. We have invited world-leading experts to discuss the recent progress in our understanding of neural circuits focusing on plasticity, neural correlates and computational models of learning.

Confirmed Speakers

Claudia Clopath London, UK
Mark van Rossum Edinburgh, UK
Måté Lengyel Cambridge, UK
Floris de Lange Nijmegen, Netherlands
Etienne Koechlin Paris, France
Karl Friston London, UK
Rafal Bogacz Oxford, UK
Aaron Clarke Ankara, Turkey
Mathias Pessiglione Paris, France
Robert Legenstein Graz, Austria
Yonatan Loewenstein Jerusalem, Israel
Matthew Botvinick London, UK
Antonio Kolossa Hannover, Germany
Chris Summerfield Oxford, UK
Henning Sprekeler Berlin, Germany
Kerstin Preuschoff Geneva, Switzerland
Walter Senn Bern, Switzerland
Wulfram Gerstner Lausanne, Switzerland
Michael Herzog Lausanne, Switzerland



The symposium will take place on 16th- 17th November 2017. The venue will be the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), SV 1717.

http://bmisymposia.epfl.ch/2017winter/index.php