4th HBP Student Conference on Interdisciplinary Brain Research
The human brain is such a complex system that it can only be understood by combining knowledge and practices from multiple scientific fields. The 4th HBP Student Conference provides an open forum for the exchange of new ideas among young researchers working across various aspects of science relevant to the Human Brain Project (HBP). The conference offers a space for extensive scientific dialogue, both intra- and interdisciplinary, among peers and faculty through a variety of discussion sessions, lectures and social events.
Call for Submissions
We invite original high-quality submissions describing innovative research in all disciplines addressed in the Human Brain Project. Contributions can emphasise theoretical or empirical works relating to a variety of fields including but not limited to neuroscience, computer science, robotics, medicine, psychology, cognitive science or philosophy. We particularly encourage submissions with a potential to inspire interdisciplinary collaboration in the research community by introducing new and relevant problems, concepts, and ideas, even if the work is at an early stage of development.
https :// www.humanbrainproject.eu /en/education/participatecollaborate/student-conference/4th-student-conference/
Online registration until 8 January 2020
Students: € 100.-
Regular participants: € 150.-
What is covered by the registration fee?
- Admission to all scientific sessions
- Conference material
- Coffee breaks during the conference
The fee does not include travel and accommodation. Registrants will receive an invoice after registration.
Payment of registration fees may be made in EURO by credit card.
Sandra Diaz-Pier | Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Gabriel Urbain | Ghent University, Belgium
Carmen Alina Lupascu | Italian National Research Council, Italy
Luca Peres | University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Marta Turégano | Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Alexander van Meegen | Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Alper Yegenoglu | Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany