1st Edition  (2011) 

GENERAL

 

1st edition of the Aspects of Neuroscience Conference took place in 2011, at the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Biology in Warsaw. During the 3 conference days we heard 5 guest lectures, 14 symposia in 5 major sessions: Neurobiology, Neurocognition, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Neuroinformatics, Borderlines of Neuroscience; and a poster session. Conference had been held in Polish as the official language.

Note, that titles below were translated by Organizers for promotional purposes. 

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

 

Kacper Łukasiewicz

Anna Karcz

Małgorzata Zarzycka

Sylwia Purchla-Szepioła

Piotr Bogdanowicz

Paweł Mazurkiewicz

Zuzanna Borzymowska

Katarzyna Czajkowska-Łukasiewicz

Albert Bogdanowicz

Aleksandra Klemba

Marek Małagocki

Ewa Sitarska

Wojciech Solarek

Róża Węgleńska

under supervision of Magdalena Markowska, PhD.



Patronages:

Jej Magnificencji Rektor Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego Prof. dr hab. Katarzyna Chałasińska-Macukow 

Dziekan Wydziału Biologii Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego Prof. dr hab. Joanna Pijanowska Polskiego Towarzystwa Badań Układu Nerwowego (PTBUN) Partnerzy i patroni medialni

Media: 

NeuroDevice

Centrum Nauki Kopernik

Supermózg.pl

Avant – pismo awangardy filozoficzno-naukowej

Korepetycje.edu.pl

Dla studenta.pl

Students.pl

Catering Polski

 

 

 

 

 

ABSTRACT BOOK

1st Aspects of Neuroscience Conference Programme 

LECTURE LIST

*Stimulation of gene activity as result of studying: a key to understanding synaptic plasticity.

Prof. Dr hab. Leszek Kaczmarek

 

*Stem cell and in-vitro microenvironmental bioengeneering and their application in neural-system diseases.

Prof. Dr hab. Leonora Bużańska

 

*Neurocognitivism. Brain as a point of interest for cognitive psychology.

Dr Małgorzata Gut

 

*Neural networks in brain research.

Prof. Dr hab. Ryszard Tadeusiewicz

 

*Psychology, physics and neuromarketing. Common characteristics and potential application.

Maciej Rudziński



STUDENT SYMPOSIA

 

I SESSION – Neurobiology

 

S1.1 Insects as model animals in neurobiology.

Paweł J. Mazurkiewicz

S1.2 The role of reward system in food intake.

Katarzyna Kmiotek

II SESSION – Neurocognition

 

S2.1 An attempt at unification of the theory for monitoring of the conflicts between reactions, mistake detection and learning through amplification.

Filip Gęsiarz

S2.2 Electrophysiological indices for attention deterioration by aging.

Mateusz Gola

S2.3 Neuronal correlates for presence awareness in a virtual environment.

Marta Łukowska

III SESSION – Neurology and neurosurgery

 

S3.1 Various aspects of stupor in terms of planned surgeries.

Jagoda Różycka

S3.2 One-sided lesion of cortical centers of the visual system two-sideddisorders of perceptive processes.

Michał Bola, Carolin Gall, Bernhard A. Sabel

S3.3 What affects the damaged spinal cord?

Marta Błaszkiewicz

IV SESSION – Neuroinformatics

 

S4.1 “Behind the scenes” of the brain-computer interfaces (BCI) as shown by the CAP3 system.

Justyna Janik

S4.2 How to analyze a signal? Various approches to creating the time-frequency maps in EEG research.

Marek Małagocki

S4.3 The process of synchronization according to the Kuramoto model.

Aleksiej Khrabrov

V SESSION – Borderlines of neuroscience

S5.1 Is the concept of conscious neuronal correlates of any use to philosophy? 

Bartosz Janik

S5.2 Controversions around the face-processing mechanisms.

Mikołaj Magnuski

S5.3 How can neurobiology facilitate our getting up?

Michał Chiliński