Do not miss the Baltic NeuroCine kick-off conference May 16-18, at Tallinn University — Open for online registering until May 16, 2022.
- Uri Hasson, Princeton University: How we share memories across brains using storytelling
- Katrin Heimann, Aarhus University: Making films come true – dreams about a neuro-phenomenology of the moving image and its consequences for our mind
- Vittorio Gallese, University of Parma: Being moved. The embodiment of moving images
- Clare Grall, Dartmouth College: From media to neuroscience: Leveraging the power of media to drive cognition
- Iiro P. Jääskeläinen, Aalto University School of Science: Movies and narratives as naturalistic stimuli in neuroimaging studies of perspective taking
- Joseph P. Magliano, Georgia State University: The Contributions of Cinematics and Content on the Understanding of Film
Follow program updates and https://balticneurocineconf2022.sched.com
NeuroCine conference is organised as a GEECT Spring conference 2022 at the Baltic Film, Media and Arts School (BFM) with the generous support of the European grouping of film and television schools (GEECT), Baltic-American Freedom Foundation (BAFF), EU_Film program, and the EU Mobilitas funded Enactive Virtuality Lab.
See Official Tallinn University conference webpage HERE
Image by your host Pia Tikka, based on images byHeikki Leis (left) / Heini Saarimäki et al. (right).
Pia Tikka, Research Professor Enactive Virtuality Research Group
Free download for researchers and students:Pia Tikka (2008) Enactive Cinema: Simulatorium Eisensteinense. Aalto University Books.