Switzerland, Weggis

Dealing with Uncertainty: Decision-Making and Memory Processes

when 17 June 2019 - 20 June 2019
language English
duration 1 week
credits 3 EC
fee CHF 820

We have invited four internationally recognized experts in the field of Cognition, Learning, Memory, and Metacognition to be our keynote speakers. They will present their research on decision-making and memory processes.

Course leader

Our keynote speakers (and the topics of their talks) are:
Prof. Dr. Simona Ghetti, University of California, Davis, USA - Topic: Emergence and Development of Uncertainty monitoring
Prof. Dr. Christopher Hertzog, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta

Target group

PhD students who do research in the field of Psychology, Medicine, Cognitive Sciences and Education (and related fields) are invited to apply. Participation in this Summer School requires active participation in scientific discussions, peer-review sessions, PhD presentations, and networking activities.
Applications are invited from PhD students who do research related to the Summer School topic in the field of Psychology, Medicine, Cognitive Sciences, and Education (and other related fields). To apply for the international travel grant, please send us:
- A letter of motivation (including a brief summary of research interests and a description of how attending the Summer School would impact your research)
-Your curriculum vitae
-The registration form

Fee info

CHF 820: The registration fee is CHF 820 and includes accommodation and meals. Of this fee, CHF 720 is waived for full members of the Swiss Graduate School for Cognition, Learning, and Memory. We also do have travel grants for international PhD students (covering travel costs and the Summer School costs), please see the information below.

Scholarships

We are pleased to announce that, with support from the Jacobs Foundation, we can give out travel grants to international PhD students who are attending the Summer School 2019 ‘Dealing with Uncertainty: Decision-Making and Memory Processes’of the Swiss Gra