Connecting European Neuroscience

Computational Neuroscience of Prediction

15-18 April 2018: Rungstedgaard, North of Copenhagen, Denmark

Computational NeurosciencePrediction is a pervasive requirement for organisms to be able to prepare for and adapt to complex, changing and challenging environments. Prediction is affected by cognitive and computational factors including limited capacity attention, risk and uncertainty, and affective biases; and it is the topic of a wealth of neuroscience experiments ranging from behavioural studies to powerful new approaches such as optogenetics. In this workshop, we will examine the problems and prospects for prediction from the combined perspectives of experimental and theoretical neuroscience, psychology and economics.

Organised by FENS in collaboration with The Brain Prize, these bi-annual conferences bring together outstanding researchers in key areas of contemporary neuroscience to discuss current concepts and define challenges for future research.


Peter Dayan                                 Kerstin Preuschoff

University College London, United Kingdom          University of Geneva & EPFL, Switzerland

Application opens on 23 October 2017.


Venue: Rungstedgaard, Denmark  


For enquiries and press registration, please contact:

The Brain Conferences Committee



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The Brain Conferences

The Brain Conferences are intimate scale meetings focused on current topics in neuroscience. Two conferences per year are organised in collaboration with The Brain Prize.