Barcelona Lecture Series 2020

The Barcelona Lecture Series 2020 (BLS20) is a collection of talks from international and in-house leading researchers organized by the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Barcelona (UB). The lectures take place from February to June 2020, approximately every two weeks, at different venues within the Faculty of Psychology (Edifici Ponent, Campus Mundet). Invited researchers work on a large variety of topics related to cognition and behavior, making the lectures attractive to a wide audience from and outside the Faculty of Psychology, with topics ranging from speech perception to virtual reality and approaches from basic experimental research to modelling and clinical applications. The involvement of in-house researchers creates a good opportunity for students to get to know what research is being conducted at the Faculty of Psychology, and for researchers alike promoting the communication and collaboration among groups.

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 we have postponed all upcoming events until further notice.

BLS 2020 – Ernest Mas, University of Barcelona

TBC

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2020 – Judith Dominguez, University of Barcelona

11/0/2020

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2020 – Kristine Stadskleiv, University of Oslo – Oslo University Hospital (Norway)

14/05/2020

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2020 – David Luque, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)

30/03/2020

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2020 – Laura Dugué, CNRS – Université Paris Descartes (France)

16/04/2020

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2020 – Molly Henry, Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics (Germany)

26/03/2020

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2020 – Marisa Carrasco, New York University (USA)

19/03/2020

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2020 – Miguel Eckstein, UC Santa Barbara (USA)

12/03/2020

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2020 – Isabel García, University of Barcelona

05/03/2020

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2020 – Martijn Wokke, The City University of New York (USA), and The University of Cambridge (UK)

12/02/2020

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2020 – Raquel Jimenez Pasalodos – Universidad de Valladolid and Universitat de Barcelona (ERC Artsoundscapes project)

28/01/2020

15:00h – Sala de Graus

Barcelona Lecture Series 2019

The Barcelona Lecture Series 2019 (BLS19) is a collection of talks from international and in-house leading researchers organized by the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Barcelona (UB). The lectures take place from February to June 2019, approximately every two weeks, at different venues within the Faculty of Psychology (Edifici Ponent, Campus Mundet). Invited researchers work on a large variety of topics related to cognition and behavior, making the lectures attractive to a wide audience from and outside the Faculty of Psychology, with topics ranging from speech perception to virtual reality and approaches from basic experimental research to modelling and clinical applications. The involvement of in-house researchers creates a good opportunity for students to get to know what research is being conducted at the Faculty of Psychology, and for researchers alike promoting the communication and collaboration among groups.

The full series programme can be downloaded from here.

BLS 2019 – Alfonso Nieto Castañon, Department of Speech, Launguage and Hearing Sciences, Boston University (USA)

23/5/2019

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2019 – David Bartés, Grup de Neuropsicologia- Barcelona Brain Stimulation Lab, Universitat de Barcelona

16/5/2019

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2019 – Alexis Pérez Bellido, Brainvitge – Dynamics of Memory Formation, Universitat de Barcelona

09/5/2019

15:00h – 2107

BLS 2019 – Miriam Reiner, Virtual-Realyty & NeuroCognition Lab, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology (Israel)

02/5/2019

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2019 – Jonas Obleser, Department of Psychology, University of Lübeck (Germany)

02/4/2019

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2019 – Matthias S Keil, Vision and Control of Action Group, Universitat de Barcelona

21/3/2019

15:00h – Sala de Graus

BLS 2019 – Constantin Rothkopt, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Goethe University (Germany)

21/2/2019

15:00h – 1204