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Do you want
superpowers?

That's our mission in Applied Neuroscience.

with great power comes great responsibility.

That's why we made Neuro-Bootcamp.

Neuroscience from

different perspectives

Can we teach computers to feel EMPATHY?

Who should shape the FUTURE of neuroscience?

Can we live in ROBOT bodies?

LEARN. INNOVATE. DISRUPT.

Neuro-scieNce

We're bringing neuroscience innovation

out of the lab and into the real world.

Our Lecture-Series

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Are psychics INTUITIVE cognitive scientists?

Watch the LECTURE RECORDING from August - Septmeber

Can we live in ROBOT bodies?

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How to move things with our minds?

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Why do we make IRRATIONAL financial decisions?

Decision-making under uncertainty and risk is an important research field in finance.

 

The talk “Understanding NeuroEconmics” will explore how neuroscience, psychology, and economics are combined to study irrational financial decisions in the field of neuroeconomics by presenting research on how different psychological and physiological traits are associated with risk propensity in finance. ​

About the speaker: 

Urša Ferjančič is an accomplished researcher in neuroeconomics specifically studying how different psychological and physiological traits are associated with risk propensity in finance. She is currently completing her PhD at the University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business where she is also a research fellow for NeuroEconomics. 

ONLINE: Date 24.08 Time 16CET

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Can we teach computers to feel EMPATHY?

The talk “Neuro Computing 101” will explore the Science of Affective Computing and its diverse set of applications from smart cars to neuro gaming. 

 

Affective computing is the science of intelligent machines that can recognize a user’s psychological state and then react to it in order to improve the user’s experience with the machine. 

We will discuss different methods used to recognize psychological states including physiological measurements, pattern recognition, machine learning, and present examples of uses for driver monitoring, rehabilitation, and gaming

About the speaker: 

Domen Novak is an incoming Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Cincinnati. They received their diploma and PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. 

ONLINE: Date 25.08 Time 16CET

Neuroscience and community

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How to take innovation out of the lab and into the REAL WORLD?

The talk “Community and Communication in Science" will explore communication through the lens of cognitive science and the transfer of knowledge between scholarship and practice. 

To truly understand human communication, we must study it from a multi-level perspective. Ideally that includes the study of brain activity, the social behaviours that are involved, as well as the means of communication

So how much can we influence the direction of scientific research and technological development? 

Well, communication is key, so going full circle and linking it all together, we will discuss the science of science communication and how anyone can be part of the conversation

 

About the Speaker: 
The Lead Science Communicator at Neuro-Bootcamp, Anastasia Yatsko, is currently completing her Chemistry Degree at the Technical University of Vienna. A writer and an active member of civil society, Anastasia was the youth consultant to UNESCO Club Vienna on the Global Citizens Platform and co-founded the volunteer based non-profit association Earth Charter Austria. 

 

ONLINE: Date 31.08 Time 16CET

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Who should shape the FUTURE of neuroscience?

The talk “More than (Neuro)science: Journey from Subcellular Level to the Big Picture” looks at increasing inclusivity in the (neuro)sciences for a more diverse cadre of experts. 

The ALBA Network was founded by a group of leading scientists and aims to promote best practices to counteract bias, recognize outstanding contributions to science and diversity, and

provide networking and mentoring opportunities to promote careers for members of underrepresented groups. 

 

We aim to explore in this talk how open-mindedness can bring about new ways of thinking and a deeper understanding of neuroscience. 

About the speaker: 

Zeljka Krsnik is an Associate Professor of Neuroscience at the School of Medicine University of Zagreb, Head of the Laboratory for Neurogenomics, Head of the Laboratory for Digitalization of the Zagreb Human Neuroembryological Collection, as well as Assistant Director of the Croatian Institute for Brain Research.

ONLINE: Date 1.09 Time 16CET

DIRECTORS

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Rhea Klansek

FOUNDER

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As the lead project manager at BLCKB Applied Neuroscience, Rhea Klansek, developed biosignal cloud processing and neuromarketing research before founding Neuro-Bootcamp.

 

Her research on neuromarketing data made her a finalist for the Science Breakthrough of 2020 at the Falling Walls & Berlin Science Week Conference. Currently, as an ASEF Fellow, she conducts biomedical signal processing, sensor fusion and virtual reality research. 

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Anastasia Yatsko

Lead science communicator

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The Lead Science Communicator at Neuro-Bootcamp, Anastasia Yatsko, is currently completing her Chemistry Degree at the Technical University of Vienna.

 

A writer and an active member of civil society, Anastasia passion is bringing science out of the lab and into the real world.

 

As the youth consultant to UNESCO Club Vienna on the Global Citizens Platform, she organized the IYPT 2019 Symposium “The Good, the Bad, and the Chemical” in collaboration with TU Wien, within the framework of promoting women in science and the role of science in society.

 

She also co-founded the volunteer based non-profit association Earth Charter Austria that encourages respect for nature, universal human rights, economic justice, and a culture of peace.

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