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October 13-15, 2021
Lisbon, Portugal

The 2021 Champalimaud Research Symposium (CRS21) focuses on the interface of neuroscience, artificial intelligence and machine learning with the main goal of starting an interdisciplinary conversation about the deep conceptual problems that emerge when trying to understand how intelligent behavior is produced in animals and machines.

The topic will be highlighted from different angles to promote a worthwhile cross-talk between experimental and computational researchers.

The CRS21 takes form as a single-track scientific meeting with 23 invited speakers, talks selected from abstracts and 2 poster sessions in a hybrid edition, giving delegates the option to attend and present their work either in-person or online.
We are delighted that Professor Manuela Veloso (Carnegie Mellon University), Professor Jim DiCarlo (MIT McGovern Institute) and Professor Anthony Zador (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory) kindly agreed to be our keynote lecturers, heading a diverse list of distinguished speakers.

The Symposium will be held at our Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown (CCU) on the waterfront in central Lisbon. We expect that the unique venue, together with an exciting list of invited speakers, will foster a lively and stimulating scientific meeting.

The Symposium Chairs,

Champalimaud Research
Joe Paton & Leopoldo Petreanu

University of Tübingen
Jakob Macke

Meet the Speakers



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