Prof.Wolf SINGER(Max Planck Institute for Brain Research - Frankfurt/Main)
Main Auditorium * (CERN)
Main Auditorium *
The brain is a highly distributed, self-organizing system that lacks central institutions for the coordination of cognitive and executive functions. This raises the question how the multiple parallel operations are bound together to give rise to coherent percepts, decisions and intentions. The hypothesis is proposed that time is used as coding space for the flexible definition of relations and the targeted routing of activity across highly interconnected networks.