KNAW Master Class: Current Issues in (Visual) Working Memory Wednesday 26 June 2019
The KNAW hosts a master class on current issues in (visual) working memory, supported by the EPOS and Helmholtz graduate schools. Three world-renowned experts will treat conceptual, modeling, and methodological aspects of working memory research. The master class is targeted towards PhD students in the cognitive sciences and neighboring fields, and assumes background knowledge on cognitive processes. Provided there is availability, others will be welcome too. Attendance is free and includes lunch and coffee/tea. Priority will be given to members of the EPOS and Helmholtz graduate schools, but we expect there will sufficient capacity for non-members. Furthermore, PhD students are invited (and strongly encouraged) to present their work or idea to the group, in 5 minute pitches, allowing for a lively interaction. This may be on any topic, not necessarily working memory.
Date & Location
Wednesday 26 June 2019
Trippenhuis, Kloveniersburgwal 29, Amsterdam
Registration is free but compulsory. The registration form can be found here.
Full document: Master class visual working memory
9:30 Welcome, coffee & tea.
10:00 Ed Awh, University of Chicago, US: Current Conceptual Issues in Working Memory
11:30 PhD pitches: PhD students presenting their work or idea in 5 minutes (sign up)
12:15 Lunch (provided)
13:00 Sebastian Schneegans, University of Cambridge, UK: Current Models of Working Memory
14:00 PhD pitches: PhD students presenting their work or idea in 5 minutes (sign up)
15:15 Rosanne Rademaker, UC San Diego, US: Current Caveats of Modeling Neuroimaging Data