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Fun with Neuroscience - From Matriculation to Job Hunting to Work, Let's Enjoy Life's Challenges!

2016-6-18 (Sat) 13:00 - 17:00

The Center for Information and Neural Networks at Osaka University will be holding CiNet Symposium #6 - Fun with Neuroscience - From Matriculation to Job Hunting to Work, Let's Enjoy Life's Challenges! at Grand Front Osaka on Saturday, June 18, 2016.

This symposium will introduce CiNet's "Fun with Neuroscience."

We'll hear from researchers currently in the spotlight about topics such as the brains of professionals sports and Go players, communication through brain waves, visualization of brain information, and creating the mind of a robot.

We hope to see you there.

* Seats are limited for this seminar so please register early.

* High school and university students are also welcome to attend, so feel free to tell any students you know.

Program
13:00-13:10 Opening
13:10-13:55

Invited Lecture - "Mechanisms of Intuition of Professional Go and Soccer Players"

TANAKA Keiji (Senior Team Leader, RIKEN Brain Science Institute)

13:55-14:30 Research Introduction - "Even the Brains of Sports Professionals are Different"

NAITO Eiichi (CiNet/NICT)

14:30-14:45 Intermission
14:45-15:20 Research Introduction - "New Communication Using Brain Waves"

NARUSE Yasushi (CiNet/NICT)

15:20-15:55 Research Introduction - "Visualizing Brain Information"

NISHIMOTO Shinji (CiNet/NICT)

15:55-16:10 Intermission
16:10-16:55 Research Introduction - "Challenges of Cognitive Development Robotics: Creating the Mind of a Robot"

ASADA Minoru (CiNet/Osaka University)

16:55-17:00 Closing
Date: 2016-6-18 (Sat) 13:00 - 17:00
Organizer: The Center for Information and Neural Networks (CiNet) (NICT/Osaka University/ATR)
Venue: Congress Convention Center Hall A, Knowledge Capital, Grand Front Osaka
Registration: Registration is required for this seminar. (Web)
URL: https://www.d-wks.net/nict160618/
Contact: Symposium Management Office
NICT@d-wks.net

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