The Boston Action Club
The Boston Action Club presents a forum of interactive meetings on movement neuroscience for researchers in the Boston area. The series of talks is interdisciplinary bringing together presenters and audience from such disparate fields as Biology, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, Psychology and Cognitive Science, Physics, and Kinesiology. The presentations are held in a highly interactive style, followed by more interactions in social gatherings.
Location: 306 Egan Research Center, Northeastern University
Time: Thursdays, 5-6:30pm
|January 24||Lena Ting
Bioengineering, Emory University
"Revisiting muscle spindle function to understand impaired sensorimotor control"
|February 21||Pawan Sinha
Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT
"Autism as an impairment in prediction"
|March 21||Jon Matthis
Psychology, UT Austin
"The Visual Control of Locomotion over Real-world Rough Terrain"
|April 11||William Warren
Psychology, Brown University
"Flocks, Schools, and Crowds: How Multi-Agent Systems Solve the Degrees-of-Freedom Problem"
|April 25||Sandeep Robert Datta
Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School
"Inferring Internal from External State Using Motion Sequencing"
|May 9||Meghan Huber
Mechanical Engineering, MIT
"How humans learn, control, and perceive physical interactions"