Brain & Mind Computational Breakfast

Brain & Mind Computational Breakfast is a monthly breakfast event held every second Tuesday of the month at 09:30 am in the Makerspace of Harald Herlin Learning Centre (Otaniementie 9). Coffee and a light breakfast is served on a first come, first served basis at 09:15 am.

The breakfasts are a space for informal conversation about artificial intelligence, neuroscience, human behavior, digital humanities, and related disciplines to promote discussion of new ideas, improvement of current projects, and general brainstorming. These breakfasts create a space where collaboration, networking, and visibility can expedite progress in both human neuroscience & behavior and artificial intelligence research.

Each breakfast event features a monthly speaker who will share his research, challenges, methods, and ideas in a 25-minute talk, followed by a Q&A session and space for mingling and networking.

Subscribe to our mailing list where the breakfast talk topics are announced beforehand. We warmly welcome you!

This series is supported by Aalto Digi Platform event support.

Upcoming talks

Photos of the Brain & Mind seminar November speakers.
Lectures and seminars
(recurring)

Brain & Mind Computational Breakfast

A monthly breakfast and venue for informal conversation about topics such as artificial intelligence, neuroscience, human behaviour, and digital humanities. Welcome!
Photos of the Brain & Mind seminar November speakers.
Lectures and seminars
(recurring)

Brain & Mind Computational Breakfast

A monthly breakfast and venue for informal conversation about topics such as artificial intelligence, neuroscience, human behaviour, and digital humanities. Welcome!
Photos of the Brain & Mind seminar November speakers.
Lectures and seminars
(recurring)

Brain & Mind Computational Breakfast

A monthly breakfast and venue for informal conversation about topics such as artificial intelligence, neuroscience, human behaviour, and digital humanities. Welcome!
Brain & Mind Breakfast

Give a talk

If you are interested in giving a talk, please send an email to [email protected] with the suggested topic and abstract.

Previous talks

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