Speakers

Patrick Haggard Professor FBA Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London
Vice-Dean (International), UCL Faculty of Brain Sciences

Searching for ‘free will’ in the human brain

Gabriel Curio Prof. Dr., Head, Neurophysics Group, Head, Clinical Electroencephalography, Dept. of Neurology Campus Benjamin Franklin Charité – Universitaetsmedizin Berlin

The Art of Brain-Computer Interfacing — Science ‘n’ Fiction

Risto  Ilmoniemi  Professor of Applied Physics and Head of the Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering, Aalto University, Finland

Mind states, Brain stimulation, Creativity and Art

Vasily Klucharev  Director of Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience, HSE University, PhD in Biology

Interplay between Science and Art. Neurotechnology and Freedom

Danil Razeev Professor of Philosophy, Saint Petersburg University, an expert of the Russian Science Foundation

Can neuroscience measure free will? 

Ksenia Fedorova PhD, media art theorist, Leiden University

Neurointerfaces and Choice-Making in Artistic Practice

Ippolit Markelov artist, researcher, PhD in Biology, ITMO, «18 Apples»

Neuroscience&Art Project Presentation

Suzanne Dikker PhD, Senior Research Scientist, NYU Max Planck Center for Language, Music, and Emotion

Projects at the interface of art, science and education on bringing neuroscience research out of the lab, into real-world environments.