Speakers

Progress and Visions in the Scientific Study of the Mind-Matter Relation

Name Affiliation
Prof. Adrian Kent Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
University of Cambridge
Recording
Prof. Giuseppe Vitiello Department of Physics
Università di Salerno
Recording
Prof. Paavo Pylkkänen Department of Philosophy, History and Art Studies
University of Helsinki
Recording
Prof. Bob Coecke Department of Computer Science
University of Oxford
Recording
Prof. Louis H. Kauffman Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science
University of Illinois at Chicago
Recording
Prof. Paul Baird Department of Mathematics
University of Brest
Recording
Prof. Lucien Hardy Perimeter Institute Recording
Prof. Avshalom Elitzur Institute for Quantum Studies, Chapman University
Iyar, The Israeli Institute for Advanced Research
Recording
Prof. Albrecht von Müller Parmenides Foundation and
Faculty of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and Study of Religion
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Prof. Chetan Prakash Department of Mathematics
California State University, San Bernardino
Recording
Dr. Larissa Albantakis Department of Psychiatry
University of Wisconsin–Madison
PD Dr. Peter beim Graben Institute of Electrical Engineering and Information Science
Brandenburg University of Technology
PD Dr. Kenneth Augustyn Department of Physics
Michigan Technological University
Prof. Michael Silberstein Department of Philosophy
Elizabethtown College
PD Dr. Markus Müller Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information Vienna
Dr. Kelvin McQueen Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Department of Philosophy
Prof. Yakov Kremnitzer Mathematical Institute
University of Oxford
PD Dr. Harald Atmanspacher Collegium Helveticum
ETH Zurich
Prof. Thomas Filk Institute of Physics
University of Freiburg
Prof. Abhay Ashtekar Department of Physics
Penn State
Moved to 2019 edition of this seminar.
Prof. William Seager
Department of Philosophy
University of Toronto Scarborough
Moved to 2019 edition of this seminar.
This table is sorted chronologically according to the date of the speaker's talk.

Apart from the speakers, there are 90 participants from various countries around the globe.