3rd Japan-EU Workshop on Neurorobotics
from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM
The 3rd Japan-EU Workshop on Neurorobotics is a whole day workshop on brain-inspired robotics. The studies of robotics and neuroscience are bridging the gap day by day. Robotics started being motivated by the sophisticated complexity and flexible intelligence of the human. Neuroscience in turn approaches the molecular structure and mathematical function of the neural system as the place where the intelligence originates. The recent advance of computing system allows for the first time to meet the two frontiers of scientific research. In this workshop researchers from the Neurorobotics pillar of the Human Brain Project will discuss on the current studies of the field with well-known researchers from Japan working in the same domain. Additional contributions from further researchers are more than welcome and highly appreciated.
The workshop is targeted at scientists on all levels interested in the intersection between neuroscience and robotics.
- Yoshihiko Nakamura (University of Tokyo, Japan)
- Satoshi Oota (RIKEN, Japan)
- Florian Röhrbein (BCCN Munich, Technische Universität München, TUM)
- Rüdiger Dillmann (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, KIT)
- Marc-Oliver Gewaltig (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, EPFL, Switzerland)
- Poramate Manoonpong (University of Southern Denmark)
- Aaron Sloman (University of Birmingham)
Registration is free but mandatory. Please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org for all details. Registration Deadline: May 31, 2017.
If you are interested in giving a presentation, please contact email@example.com immediately.
Campus Biotech, Chemin des Mines 9, Geneva.
Florian Röhrbein (BCCN Munich, Technische Universität München, TUM)
Please note: There will be an international symposium entitled "Building Bodies for Brains & Brains for Bodies“ at the same location the day after the Neurorobotics Workshop. Speakers include Masayuki Inaba (University of Tokyo, Japan), Yasuo Kuniyoshi (RIKEN BSI -TOYOTA Collaboration Center (BTCC), Japan), Minoru Asada (Osaka University, Japan), Josh Bongard (University of Vermont, USA), Norman Packard (Earth Life Science Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; ProtoLife; European Centre for Living Technology, Italy). For further details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org