Brain Awareness Week 2018
Tallinn University is celebrating Brain Awareness Week (BAW) for the second year in a row! This year we have an open seminar
“Meet the Researchers”
Monday, March 12 from 2PM to 6 PM “Meet the Researchers”, University of Tallinn (Narva mnt. 29), room A-325.
Take part of a seminar where experts from the field take the floor and discuss brain, promote the benefits of brain research and inform the public about what we do as neuroscientist and brain researchers.
- Professor Talis Bachmann – Professor of Cognitive and Legal Psychology (University of Tartu)
- Dr Toomas Toomsoo – Neurologist (East-Tallinn Central Hospital)
- Pia Tikka, PhD – Finnish film director and leading research scientist (Tallinn University)
- Erika Comasco, PhD – Neuropsychopharmacologist (Uppsala University)
Lighting the neural scene of storytelling – A neurocinematic approach
at the International research-to-practice conference Lighting Design in St Petersburg, h
osted by CLD ITMO University
The main goal of the conference is to connect Science with Business through Art and Innovative technology to develop a competitive market of lighting design and produce new ideas and trends. Over 500 architects, lighting designers, engineers, IT and multimedia specialists, scientists, representatives of Russian government, top-managers, set designers, producers and artists are expected to attend this year’s conference and discuss the main theme “Identity”. The two-day event features four general panel discussions, more than 20 presentations, workshops and lectures given by key Russian and international experts. In addition to the main program, there will also be cultural and social events arranged, as well as open lectures for the city to promote the development of lighting culture and to increase awareness and knowledge amongst the local citizens in the field of science and light.
The USC professor in editing Norman Hollyn engaged with viewing of EgoCure (dir. Synes Elischka) at the Cilect conference in Zürich, where I gave a keynote. You may watch my talk here.