Workshop on Insect and Robot Neuroethology. Brighton, UK, Thursday 14th June 2018.

//Workshop on Insect and Robot Neuroethology. Brighton, UK, Thursday 14th June 2018.

Workshop on Insect and Robot Neuroethology. Brighton, UK, Thursday 14th June 2018.

Insect neuroethology: From brains and behaviours to models and robots.

The Brains on Board project is delighted to host a one-day workshop on insect neuroethology and computational neuroscience at the University of Sussex. We are enthused about the prospect of bringing together neuroscientists, modellers and behavioural scientists, who work on insect sensory systems, learning and cognition. We particularly welcome interest from early career researchers, who would benefit greatly from this networking opportunity.

The workshop will be an all-day event at the University of Sussex on Thursday 14th June. Talks will commence at 0930 and a wine reception with posters will run until 1900. Informal evening events will be organised in Brighton for Wednesday and Thursday evenings, and Friday will present an opportunity for lab tours and additional meetings, should people be interested.

Special Guest Speakers.

Professor Tom Collett – University of Sussex
Dr Andrew Barron – Macquarie University

Cost.

The workshop is free to attend, including a buffet lunch, tea and coffee, and the wine reception.

Applications.

Places are limited. Please use the link below to register your intention to attend, indicating your desire to present a poster or talk. Talk slots will be preferentially allocated to people with exciting new findings that they are eager to publicise. Please register your interest by Monday 14th May.

Queries.

Please contact Dr Paul Graham <p.r.graham@sussex.ac.uk>

Click here to register
2018-05-03T10:57:55+00:00 1st May, 2018|News|