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September 28, 2017: BCN PI Meeting

  • Time: 9:15-15:15 hrs
  • Location: Het Kasteel, Melkweg 1, Groningen
  • Registration


09:15-09:45 hrs   Coffee and welcome

09:45-10:00 hrs   Opening by Robert Schoevers

10:00-10:15 hrs   Matt Coler (Frisian Language and Literature)
                            Melodies of pathology: Recognizing disease from voice

10:15-10:30 hrs   Marieke van Vugt (Artificial Intelligence)
                            When the computer worries—creating a cognitive model of rumination

10:30-10:45 hrs   Erik Boddeke (Dean of Research, UMCG)
                            UMCG/RUG policy on big data and high performance computing policy

10:45-11:00 hrs   Bauke de Jong (Neurology)
                            Sensorimotor integration and the embedding of free will

11:00-11:30 hrs   Break

11:30-11:45 hrs   Jelmer Borst (Artificial Intelligence)
                            Can we use large-scale neural network models to simulate behavior and MEG of associative recognition?

11:45-12:00 hrs   Merel Keijzer (Applied Linguistics)
                            Learning to preserve: old-age foreign language learning as a therapy towards optimal biological, cognitive and social aging

12:00-12:15 hrs   Anita Wagner (Otorhinolaryngology)
                            The mess in message - or what are details good for in speech comprehension?

12:15-12:30 hrs   Martina Schmidt (Molecular Pharmacology)
                            LRRK2 and AKAP1: Unraveling the missing link between the brain and the lung

12:30-13:45 hrs   Lunch and collaboration activity

13:45-14:30 hrs   Presentation of the results of the collaboration discussion

14:30-15:15 hrs   Guus van den Brekel (Central Medical Library)
                            How to improve your research impact / The Altmetric dashboard: demonstrating the societal relevance of research within BCN

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