25 June 2020
Against the wonderful backdrop of Lake Lucerne, we bring together internationally recognized working memory reearchers with interested and highly motivated Ph.D. students. By creating a productive working atmosphere, we will target and discuss different theoretical models of working memory, experimental studies, individual differences approaches as well as interventions targeting working memory facets. Emphasis will be laid on formal and informal scientific exchanges, including many opportunities for networking.
The program will include keynote talks, PhD presentations, peer review sessions, workshops, as well as leisure time activities in the Swiss mountains.
Prof. Dr. Priti Shah University of Michigan, USA
Prof. Dr. Randall Engle Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Prof. Dr. Christopher R. Jarrold University of Bristol, UK
Prof. Dr. Claudia Roebers & Prof. Dr. Stefan Troche University of Bern, CH
National and international Ph.D. students are welcome to register. Please visit our website for more information, registration
requirements, registration fees, and different waiver and travel grant options.
CHF 820: Participation costs are 820 CHF, all inclusive. Full members of the Doctoral Program for Cognition, Learning, and Memory are waivered, excluding a 100 CHF registration fee. External Ph.D. students can apply for a Summer School grant. See our website for more information.