The Probabilistic Brain

Workshop, Durham University, UK,

March 23rd-24th 2018

We invite you to a workshop on probabilistic approaches to learning, perception, and action in the historic city of Durham in the North-East of England.

Update (14-Mar-2018): We're fully booked, excited to see you all, and the schedule for talks and posters is available! See you all next week!

Speakers: Vikranth Rao Bejjanki, Hamilton College ● Nick Chater, University of Warwick ● Aldo Faisal, Imperial College London ● József Fiser, Central European University ● Samuel Gershman, Harvard University ● Janneke Jehee, Donders Institute ● Rebecca Lawson, UCL / Cambridge ● Laurence T Maloney, NYU ● Pascal Mamassian, Ecole Normale Supérieure ● Constantin Rothkopf, Technical University Darmstadt ● Christopher Summerfield, University of Oxford ● Jane Wang, Google DeepMind

Organisers: Marko NardiniUlrik BeierholmMaria Olkkonen (Durham University) ● Tessa Dekker (UCL) ● Laurence T Maloney (NYU)

The workshop is supported by the Experimental Psychology Society and Durham University, and hosted by the Centre for Vision and Visual Cognition. Here is info on the workshop format and topics, our location and travel, and Registration.