The 10th annual meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC 10)
The tenth annual meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness took place between June 23rd and June 26th, 2006, at St. Anne's College, Oxford. It was the most successful ASSC meeting for many years, with over 300 delegates. We would like to thank all conference participants, symposium, workshop and plenary speakers for their excellent contributions.
Visit the archived site for the meeting.
Some photos of the meeting are available here
ASSC10 promoted interdisciplinary dialogue in the scientific study of consciousness. ASSC members as well as non-members are encouraged to submit contributions that address current empirical and theoretical issues in the study of consciousness, from the perspectives of philosophy, neuroscience, psychology, computer science, and cognitive ethology. ASSC10 provided an excellent opportunity for the presentation of new empirical findings or novel theoretical perspectives in an atmosphere that will promote discussion and debate.
Confirmed keynote and symposia speakers:
- Jim Blascovich, UC Santa Barbara
- Ned Block, New York University
- Dan Dennett, Tufts University
- Fred Dretske, Duke University
- Jon Driver, University College London
- Frederique de Vignemont, Institut des Sciences Cognitives, France
- Martha Farah, University of Pennsylvania
- Alessandro Farnè, INSERM
- Rainer Goebel, University of Maastricht
- Anthony Greenwald, University of Washington
- John-Dylan Haynes, Max-Planck Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
- Sean Kelly, Princeton University
- Christof Koch, California Institute of Technology
- Victor Lamme, University of Amsterdam
- Hakwan Lau, University of Oxford
- Thomas Metzinger, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
- David Milner, Durham University
- Aaron Schurger, Princeton University
- J David Smith, SUNY at Buffalo
- Michael Snodgrass, University of Michigan
- Vincent Walsh, University College London
The organizers of the ASSC10 meeting would like to thank the generous support of the Mind Science Foundation.