Previous talks

... in 2022

list of talks

The following talks were held at the Centre in 2022 and videos are available:

15th of February 2022
Eudaimonia and Human Flourishing: Ancient wisdom through a modern lens
Dr Shamil Chandaria, University of Oxford, Centre for Eudaimonia and Human Flourishing, UK

1st of March 2022
From harmonics to enlightenment: Links between harmonics, nature, brain and consciousness
Dr Selen Atasoy, University of Oxford, Centre for Eudaimonia and Human Flourishing, UK

Trinity Term: Week 1, Apr 26th
Logarithms of well-being: What information decomposition can show us about self and boundaries
Dr Fernando Rosas, Imperial College London and University of Sussex, UK

Week 2, May 3rd
Brain dynamics of encoding and recognising temporal sequences: Insight from music
Dr Leonardo Bonetti, University of Oxford, Centre for Eudaimonia and Human Flourishing, UK

Week 3, May 10th
Who’s Upside Down; Us or the Bats? Evoking Empathy with Animal Portraiture
Tim Flach, Tim Flach Photography, UK

Week 4, May 17th
The Empathy Museum
Clare Patey, Empathy Museum, UK

Week 5, May 24th
“Hidden Music: Sonic translations of Nature”
Prof Milton Mermikides, University of Surrey & Royal College of Music London, UK

Week 6, May 31st
“The science of hedonia and eudaimonia: State-of-the-art”
Prof Morten L Kringelbach, University of Oxford, UK

Week 7, June 7th
“Post-traumatic stress disorder: The role of episodic memory”
Prof Yair Bar-Haim, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Week 8, June 14th
“Music in the brain”
Prof Peter Vuust, Center for Music in the brain, Aarhus University/Royal Academy of Music, Denmark

Week 8, June 17th
“Emergence and function of irreversibility in neural systems”
Dr Christopher Lynn, Centre for the Physics of Biological Function, Princeton University, USA

Week 9, June 21st
“The science of emergence: When many become one”
Dr Pedro Mediano, Imperial College