The programme for NeuroDoWo 2023 in Konstanz can be found below. Please click on the programme to view it in higher quality or download the pdf here.
In addition, we are happy to introduce the following keynote speakers and workshops.
Dr Emily Baird
Dr Baird is an associative professor at Stockholm University, where she studies how the brain uses visual information to guide behaviour across various environments. She uses a comparative approach combining behaviour experiments and anatomical data from X-ray micro-computed tomography in bumblebees and dung beetles.
Dr Armin Bahl
Dr Bahl is a University of Konstanz professor studying the brain-wide neural circuits involved in sensory integration and decision-making. To reveal those circuits, he combines behavioural experiments, functional imaging, and computational modelling in larval and juvenile zebrafish.
Dr Emily Macé
Dr Macé is a Max Planck group leader in Munich, where she asks how distributed brain networks cooperate to produce behaviour. She uses functional ultrasound imaging in mice behaving in natural environments to identify the networks involved in switches between different behaviours.
Dr Irene Senna
Dr Senna is a lecturer at Liverpool Hope University, focusing on the contribution of multisensory experience in shaping perception and action in human populations. She uses her knowledge to develop training protocols based on multisensory augmented feedback to improve visually-impaired individuals' mobility, navigation, learning, and social interaction.
Research Data Management & Open Science – Dr Lena Dreher
Is your data growing rapidly, and are you wondering how to organize best and share it? During the interactive Research Data Management & Open Science workshop, Dr Lena Dreher from the Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour will show you how to keep your data safe, publish open access, and boost your visibility.
Open Source Tools for Behavioral Neuroscience – Open Ephys
Are you interested in how to set up closed-loop platforms for state-of-the-art behavioural neuroscience? During the hands-on Open Source Tools for Behavioral Neuroscience Workshop, Dr Cecilia Herbert from Open Ephys will show you how open-source systems allow the community to improve our understanding of neuroscience collaboratively.
Science Communication – Peter Kronenberg
Do you want to increase the sense of wonder when promoting your scientific discoveries? During the interactive Science Communication Workshop, Peter Kronenberg from NaturalScience.careers will show you how to inspire the public and effectively share your ideas with other scientists.
Optical Microscopy – Thorlabs
Does your research involve microscopy, or are you interested in imaging? During the hands-on Optical Microscopy Workshop, Dr Ali Gheisary from Thorlabs will show you how to optimize your imaging path to create crisp data.