The Benzon Symposium 67 “Bringing Circuit for Movement Together”
The idea of the 67th Benzon Symposium “Bringing Circuit for Movement Together” is to bring together the world’s leading scientist together who work in different areas of movement control and regulation.
Info about event
Skt. Petri Hotel, Copenhagen
Organizers: Ole Kiehn, Claire Wyart, Auke Ijspeert, Hans Bräuner-Osborne, and Finn Cilius Nielsen
The idea of the 67th Benzon Symposium “Bringing Circuit for Movement Together” is to bring together the world’s leading scientist together who work in different areas of movement control and regulation. A particular aspect is that the conference will bridge the sensory, cognitive, and emotional aspects of movement control as well as new computation approaches. With its lay-out it will create an intense and interactive environment for both young and experiences scientist.
The Symposium will be a four-day scientific meeting, Monday to Thursday from 09:00 to 17:30. The format will be a combination of state-of-the-art lectures by invited speakers, selected oral-poster presentations and poster sessions from younger researchers selected from submitted abstracts. Attendance will be limited to 150 scientific participants in total. The venue will be Hotel Skt. Petri (https://www.sktpetri.com/), beautifully located in the heart of Copenhagen for the entire event.
- Functional organization of brainstem circuits controlling breathing and orofacial expression
- Functional and molecular organization of spinal circuits controlling locomotion
- Brainstem circuits for control of motor behaviour
- Action selection and motor strategies
- Beyond the connectome: neuromodulation
- Planning, motor learning, and decision making
- Sensory-motor integration
- Integration of cognitive brain functions and movement
Confirmed invited speakers
- Ole Kiehn (DK)
- Claire Wyart (F)
- Mackenzie Mathis (CH)
- Karl Deisseroth (USA)
- May-Britt Moser (N)
- Ann Graybiel (USA)
- Cornelia Bargmann (USA)
- Eve Marder (USA)
- Rui Costa (USA)
- Megan Carey (P)
- Eiman Azim (USA)
- David Kleinfeld (USA)
- Martin Goulding (USA)
- Sten Grillner (S)
- Abdel ElManira (S)
- Tadashi Isa (JP)
- Silvia Arber (CH)
- Dora Angelaki (USA)
- Auke Ijspeert (CH)
- Jack Feldman (USA)
- Rejean Dubuc (C)
- David McLean (USA)
- Kimberly Dougherty (USA)
- Bence P. Ölveczky (USA)
Abstracts: In order to participate in the symposium, one MUST submit an abstract before the deadline May 1st, 2023 (at noon). Please prioritize early registration as registrations are on a first come, first served basis. Abstracts submitted after this deadline will not be taken into consideration.
Submission round opens: April 1, 2023
Submission round closes: May 1, 2023
TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT, PLEASE CLICK HERE
Final registration/payment: (provided acceptance of abstract): May 30, 2023
Fee: 5.000 DKK (scientific meeting, hotel accommodation Sunday-Thursday, official meals and social events).
By the end of May, the applicants will be notified whether their abstracts have been accepted for either oral or poster presentation.
We look forward to seeing you in Copenhagen.
The organizing committee