B&M Symposium 2020

B&M symposium, October 15-16, 2020, Finland

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B&M Symposium 2020

October 15-­16, 2020 (10-18:30 daily)
Helsinki (all scientific sessions will be online)

Welcome to the annual symposium organized by the Student Council of the Doctoral Programme Brain & Mind, University of Helsinki and Aalto University!

In addition to B&M students and supervisors, we welcome other interested researchers and MSc/PhD students to this meeting. Registration to the symposium is free. Registration deadline for posters is October 8th, 2020.

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ONLINE REGISTRATION   

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CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

 

Please note that the symposium dinners on both evenings have been cancelled due to the latest governmental recommendations for the Helsinki region.

 

 

Credits for students:
- 1 ECTS credit for participation in all scientific sessions of the symposium (lecture diaries/scientific essays are required for credits)
- 1 ECTS credit for an online poster presentation at the symposium on October 16th (please note that for UH B&M students, a poster presentation in one B&M Symposium during doctoral studies is mandatory, for more information see the B&M degree structure).
- For University of Helsinki students, credits will be registered using course code NEUBM-104. For students from other universities, a cerficate of participation will be sent by email after all assignments (lecture diaries and/or poster presentation) have been approved.

 

 

The Symposium is organized by the B&M Student Council 2020:

  • Angelina Lesnikova, University of Helsinki, chair
  • Cecilia Cannarozzo, University of Helsinki
  • Adrien Gigliotta, University of Helsinki
  • Marko Havu, Aalto University
  • Rafael Moliner, University of Helsinki
  • Anaïs Virenque, University of Helsinki

For more information, please contact B&M Student Council chair angelina.lesnikova@helsinki.fi or B&M programme officer katri.wegelius@helsinki.fi.

 

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