Modern trends in cognitive architectures and systems:
From theory to implementation in natural and artificial agents

3rd HBP Curriculum Workshop Series - Cognitive systems for non-specialists

11-13 December 2019 | University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

 

FAQs & ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Admission to all scientific sessions
  • Coffee breaks, lunch break and social dinner

The fee does not include travel and accommodation. 

We offer 5 fee waivers. To apply, please send us an email.
The following conditions need to be fulfilled in order to be eligible for a fee waiver:

  • full attendance of the workshop
  • submission of an abstract for a poster or oral presentation
  • after-workshop survey completion 

In cooperation with the University of Glasgow we can also offer special rates for local students. For further info, also contact us via  email.

Glasgow is served by three international airports, it is well connected by train from across the UK, it is easily accessible by Scotland's extensive road network and travelling by sea is made easy by the ferry connections. 

From the airport, an Airport Express brings you to the inner city. From the main train station you can reach the venue via the subway. The nearest station is Hillhead.

  • Language:
    The main language in Scotland is English, in some parts also Scots or Gaelic is spoken. 
     
  • Time zone:
    At the time of the workshop the time in Glasgow will be Greenwich Mean Time (GMT/UTC+0).
     
  • Climate:
    Scotland’s climate is known as cold and wet. The climate zone is oceanic. December is one of the coldest months in Scotland, with an average Temperature around 5° C (41°F).
     
  • Electric current:

    In Scotland power plugs Type G are used, please mind to bring an adapter if your cables do not fit G sockets.
    The standard volatage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

  • Tap water:
    Scottish tap water is safe to drink.

You can hand in an abstract with your application in order to present your research work in either a poster presentation, an oral presentation or both. 

Please note that the information provided on this site has been obtained from several different sources and therefore the organisers cannot accept any responsibility for errors therein.

 

In order to understand and implement cognitive systems, recent developments in neuroscience need to be brought together with computational techniques that integrate models and simulations. 

The goal of this workshop is to provide an overview of the latest developments in the understanding of how the brain works, computes and generates behaviour.

 

Application is open to the entire student community and early career researchers, regardless of whether they are affiliated with the Human Brain Project or not. A maximum of 30 participants will be selected by the Scientific Chair and the HBP Education Programme. It is aimed to offer equal opportunities for all early career researchers regardless of gender, age, origin, etc. The regular registration fee costs 250 €. In cooperation with the University of Glasgow we can offer special rates for local students. For further information please contact: curriculum.edu@humanbrainproject.eu

 

Application deadline: 31 October 2019

 

APPLICATION

 

Download the announcement flyer:  Icon 3rd HBP Curriculum Workshop Series - Cognitive systems for non-specialists announcement (617.8 KB)

 

A preliminary scientific programme will be available soon.

 

Poster session & student presentation:

The workshop will offer the possibility of presenting your research in a poster presentation, an oral presentation, or both.

A limited number of fee waivers is available for applicants who successfully submit an abstract for presentation.

 

 

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS & TUTORS:


Rainer Goebel | University of Maastricht

Rachael Jack | University of Glasgow

Stacy Marsella | University of Glasgow

Lars Muckli | University of Glasgow

Tony Prescott | University of Sheffield

Alejandro Jiménez-Rodríguez | University of Sheffield

Bertrand Thirion | Inria Paris

Stuart Wilson | University of Sheffield

 

 

SCIENTIFIC CHAIR

Lars Muckli | University of Glasgow

Tony Prescott | University of Sheffield

 

supported by: 

 

ORGANISERS

Sylvia Aßlaber | Medical University Innsbruck
Judith Kathrein | Medical University Innsbruck
Alejandro Jiménez-Rodríguez | University of Sheffield

This face-to-face workshop is based on the content of the HBP Curriculum online lectures

 

ABOUT THE VENUE

GLASGOW UNIVERSITY
62 Hillhead Street
Glasgow G128QB