News & Events
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January, 2015: CNRU researcher Malthe Brændholt Sørensen and Morten Overgaard received 195.840 DKK from The Danish Council for Independent Research for their project: “alpha waves as a neural correlate of attention.”. See project description.
January, 2015: CNRU researcher Mads Jensen received 1.623.603 DKK form The Danish Council for Independen Research for his project “Experience of action in pathological gamblers”.
Professor and head of CNRU, Morten Overgaard, has been appointed as “Young Scientist” by the World Economic Forum. This title is awarded to the most visionary and innovative young research directors in the world. See press release.
On February 6, an article in New Scientist discusses a recent paper by John Michael, co-authored by Kristian Sandberg and Morten Overgaard.
On Wednesday, 27th November at 13.30-14.30 research year student at CNRU Bochra Jamal Zareini will defend her Research Year Rapport: “Mismatch negativity in Disorders of Consciousness“. The event takes place in the K Auditorium, Building 7, Aarhus University Hospital.
Young Academy of Europe (YAE) is a bottom-up initiative of a dynamic and innovative group of recognized European young scientists in the attempt to involve top young scientists in the future European research policy. The YAE is working closely with the European Research Council.
On Tuesday 30 April 2013 at 2.30 pm Professor Morten Overgaard will give an inaugural lecture in the DNC Auditorium entitled: “Consciousness Research: Theoretical, Experimental and Clinical Perspectives“.
Workshop at Center for Subjectivity Research on Measures of Agency. The event takes place at 16.4. 2013 at University of Copenhagen. For further information, such as program and list of speakers see: http://cfs.ku.dk/calendar-main/2013/workshop-measures-of-agency
Psykolog får prestigefyldt rejsestipendie
Visit and accompanying talks by:
In collaboration with Interacting Minds
10.00-11.00: Mika Koivisto:The role of early visual cortex in conscious and nonconscious visual processing: TMS studies
11.00-12.00: Tony Jack: The new science of the soul: the biological origins of the problem of consciousness, and why neuroscience will never solve the problem
Visit by Mark Schram Christensen, Københavns Universitet
Visit by Sid Kouider, Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, Ecole Normale Supèrieure, Paris
Jerome Sackur, CREA, Paris
Workshop on neurophenomenology