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  • Bruno B. Averbeck (UCL, London/UK)
  • Izhar Bar-Gad (Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan/Israel)
  • Paolo Dario (ARTS, Pisa/Italy)
  • Kerstin Dautenhahn (University of Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire/UK)
  • Ezequiel di Paolo (University of Sussex, Brighton/UK)
  • John Findlay (Durham University, Durham/UK)
  • Rainer Goebel (University of Maastricht, Maastricht/Netherlands)
  • Auke Ijspeert (EPFL, Lausanne/Switzerland)
  • Guenther Knoblich (Rutgers, Newark/USA)
  • Peter Koenig (University of Osnabrück, Osnabrück/Germany)
  • Konrad Koerding (Northwestern University, Chicago/USA)
  • Hans Scherberger (University of Zurich, Zurich/Switzerland)
  • Andrew Schwartz (University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh/USA)
  • Tania Singer (University of Zurich, Zurich/Switzerland)
  • Tom Ziemke (University of Skövde, Skövde/Sweden)

The school will take place at the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (HWK; Institute for Advanced Study) located in the city of Delmenhorst, between the Hanseatic City of Bremen and Oldenburg in Lower Saxony. The HWK is a non-profit private foundation of the German states of Lower Saxony and Bremen and the city of Delmenhorst with the objective to support the disciplinary and interdisciplinary collaboration of especially qualified scholars and scientists on both the national and the international level. It provides state-of-the-art meeting facilities and accommodates up to 60 researchers in a familiar environment. The HWK thus offers the ideal setting to support a truly interactive meeting.

The school will have a duration of 7 days in total, with the first and the last day used for travel, welcome and organizational matters. Five days (16-20 July) will be devoted to teaching issues relevant to Neuro-IT/Neuroengineering/Cognitive Neuroscience with a special focus on Cognition & Action.
The educational program on each of these 5 days will consist of three lectures given by invited speakers and the choice of one out of three parallel workshops. The workshops offer the opportunity to discuss a particular topic of interest in smaller groups. The discussions will be based on scientific papers that are chosen by the host of the workshop and presented by the participants. ...