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Models of Consciousness 2021-2022

MoC2
Virtual online conference with invited speakers, contributed talks and discussion sessions,

27-30 September 2021
MoC3
Full in-person conference,

Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center, Stanford University CA USA,
Summer 2022


Conference Description

A conference on mathematical approaches in the scientific study of consciousness.


The scientific study of consciousness is a young and thriving field, encompassing empirical and theoretical research across multiple disciplines. This conference aims to bring together researchers whose scientific activity specifically relates to mathematical approaches in the scientific study of consciousness and follows the first Models of Consciousness conference held at the University of Oxford in 2019. Innovatively, the next two occurrences of the conference are to be linked.

MoC2 – A virtual online conference involving invited speakers, contributed talks and discussion sessions. Each day of the conference will run at a time suitable for participants from both Europe and the US. Whilst a mini-conference in its own right, the event is also a primer for the in-person conference in summer 2022. (Further details are available by clicking on the left icon at the top of the page.)

MoC3 – This full in-person conference, having been invited by the Center for the Explanation of Consciousness at Stanford, takes place in summer 2022 at the beautiful Alumni Center of Stanford University, California. It consists of a balanced mix between invited talks, talks by participants, discussion sessions and a poster session. (Further details will become available soon by clicking on the right icon at the top of the page.)

Organising and Supporting Institutions


FQXI logo OMCAN logo University of Oxford Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Center for the Explanation of Consciousness

Organisers and Advisory Board


Advisory Board:Organisers:
Paul Skokowski
(Center for the Explanation of Consciousness, CSLI, University of Stanford, USA)
Johannes Kleiner
(Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, DE)
Ian Durham
(Department of Physics, Saint Anselm College, USA)
Jonathan Mason
(Oxford Mathematics of Consciousness and Applications Network, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK)
Yakov Kremnitzer
(Oxford Mathematics of Consciousness and Applications Network, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK)
Wanja Wiese
(Institute for Philosophy II, Ruhr University Bochum, DE)
Robert Prentner
(Center for the Future Mind,
Florida Atlantic University, USA)
Robin Lorenz
(Member of the Association for Mathematical Consciousness Science)