[visionlist] EPOS attention workshop in Amsterdam

We are pleased to announce EPOS attention workshop in Amsterdam 

When: November 24-25, 2016Where: De Doelenzaal, Universiteitsbibliotheek, Singel 425, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

http://ift.tt/2eIuEv3

The aim of the meeting is to provide a broad overview of recent developments in the field of attention from different perspectives (e.g., animal studies, EEG/MRI, developmental). Talks will be given by experts in the field and are followed by discussions. There is a poster session and other ample opportunities for interactions with the speakers. Questions addressed include: How does attention shape sensory processing and perception? Can we optimize attentional functioning through e.g., brain stimulation or cognitive training? What are important avenues for future research?

Invited speakers:

Prof. Martin EimerProf. Fabrizio DoricchiProf. Pieter RoelfsemaProf. Serge DumoulinProf. Jan TheeuwesProf. Alexander SackDr. Mathilde BonnefondProf. Gaia ScerifDr. Gustav Kuhn

Organizers:

Artem Belopolsky (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)Heleen Slagter (University of Amsterdam)

Registration:

Registration can be done through the following link: http://ift.tt/2erFZkY and poster submission deadline is November 4, 23.59. 

Program:

The program is available here: http://ift.tt/2eIm9QG

The workshop is free for EPOS students.

Non-EPOS PhD students – 100 euro for 2 days

Senior scientists – 150 euro for 2 days, 100 euros for 1 day

EPOS (http://ift.tt/2erDIpP) is a network for graduate education, with members from psychology departments at the Universities of Amsterdam, Leiden, Maastricht, Twente, Erasmus University Rotterdam, and VU University Amsterdam. The goal of EPOS is to provide opportunities to PhD students for advanced education in the field of Experimental Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience.

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