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Conference on Neuroeconomics and Neuromanagement (Dec 12th - 14th, 2008)(转发)

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1st International Conference on Neuroeconomics and Neuromanagement
 Dec. 12-14, 2008
Zhejiang University,   Hangzhou City,   P.R. China
Themes:the Development and Future of Neuroeconomics and Neuromanagement
Welcome
We are pleased to announce and call for contributions for the 1st International Conference on Neuroeconomics and Neuromanagement at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou from Dec 12th -14th, 2008.
Social neuroscience utilizes imaging of brain activity and other techniques to explore details about how the brain works. Its findings and methods will undoubtedly play a prominent role in economics, management and other social sciences. As a result, our brain is no longer a complete “black box” for the researchers of economics and management and other fields related. It is so inspiring and we are quite sure that more fascinating findings could be achieved soon.
The conference is held to accelerate the development of these new converging disciplines. And we also wish to foster the international collaborations among scholars in related areas.
Hangzhou is the capital of Zhejiang province, which is famous for its natural beauty together with its historical and cultural heritages. You can wander along the West Lake and the causeways, take a ferry to the islands, and have some tea or coffee while enjoying the beautiful scenes. Zhejiang University is one of China's oldest and most prestigious institutions of higher education. We are looking forward to seeing you in Hangzhou and joining us with the promises of having an exciting scientific meeting in one of the most beautiful cities in China.
Call for Abstracts
The 1st International Conference on Neuroeconomics and Neuromanagement will be held Dec 12th-14th, 2008 at one of the most beautiful universities in China, Zhejiang University. Its purpose is to provide an international discussion forum for research in neuroeconomics and neuromanagement and to set a stage for the presentation of recent contributions. Theoretical, empirical and experimental studies on neuroeconomics, neuromanagement and related issues are invited. Methodological papers illustrating the use of measurements of eye-movements, brain scanning, facial expressions, verbal and pictorial scales are encouraged.
 The conference cover topics include or related to:
• The present and the future of neuroeconomics and neuromanagement
• Neuroscientific studies on decision-making
• The effects of advertising, brand and other marketing factors on consumer’s behavior and its underlying mental mechanism
• Neuroscientific studies on addictions
• Racial, sexual, occupational and other bias in our daily life or workplace
• Financial and other decisions under certainty, uncertainty and risk
• Methodological studies demonstrating the use of fMRI, EEG, Eye-movements, etc
Original papers are solicited, which describe new contributions in the areas suggested in the TOPICS. All papers submitted for this conference is abstract only and will be peer-reviewed and accepted on the basis of their scientific merit and relevance to the conference topics.
Abstracts is needed for submission and will be accepted in electronic format. Please send electronic submissions to Dr. Yandong Feng<fyd@zju.edu.cn>. All submissions will be acknowledged within 10 days. If you do not receive acknowledgment of your submission, please contact the conference secretary.
Important Dates:
October 15th, 2008 Submit abstracts
November 5th,2008 Abstract Acceptance notification
November 15th, 2008 Registration Deadline
Accepted abstract will be published in the conference proceedings.
 
Response Form of 1st International Conference on Neuroeconomics
and Neuromanagement can download from shared resources(资源共享) online
 
Chair:Qingguo Ma Zhejiang University
Co-chair:Daniel Houser George Mason University,U.S.A
 Alan Sanfey  University of Arizona,U.S.A
Scholar to the conference(updating)
Professor Daniel Houser
Professor of Economics
Director, Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science
Faculty appointment:
Department of Economics
Center for Study of Neuroeconomics
Center for Study of Public Choice
School of Computational Sciences
George Mason University,U.S.A
Recent interests:Experimental Statistics and Methods, Emotion and Individual Differences, Political Economy
Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science
keynote address: "Emotions, Punishment and Economic Efficiency."
 
Alan Sanfey Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Director,Neural Decision Science Laboratory,The University of Arizona
specific interests include:
emotion and cognition in decision-making, neural dynamics of fairness and
cooperation, role of the Anterior Cingulate Cortex in decision difficulty, EEG studies of risk and uncertainty, and influence of memory representations on human judgment tasks
keynote address: "Decision Neuroscience: New approaches to studying social & economic decisions"
 
Assistant Professor Ming Hsu,
Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology and Department of Economics,University of Illinois,USA
His research interests are primarily in the interdisciplinary areas of behavioral economics (economics and psychology) and neuroeconomics (economics and neuroscience).
keynote address:"Neuroeconomics of Justice: Decisions and Games".
PhD Dr. Bernd Weber
Department of Epileptology
University of Bonn
Acting Head NeuroCognition Imaging
Founding member of the Neuroeconomics Lab
Recent interests:
structral fMRI technique and Functional fMRI
Reward-System and Decision making
keynote address: "social preferences and the brain"
 
Xiaolin Zhou, Ph.D
Professor and Director
Center for Brain and Cognitive Sciences
and Department of Psychology
Peking University
keynote address: "Discrete coding of reward value and uncertainty in event-related potentials (ERP)"
 
Yuejia Luo
Professor and director
National key laboratory for cognitive neuroscience and learning
Beijing Normal University
 
Lun Zhao
Director of EEG/ERP laboratory
Beijing Fistar Technology Co., Ltd.
 
Yuping Wang
MD and Director
Beijing Epilepsy Center
The Department of Neurology
Xuanwu hospital Capital Medical University
Keynote address:"Brain mechanism of attention related early and late information processing"
Fang Fang,Ph.D
Professor
Department of Psychology
Peking University
keynote address: "Invisible images can influence saccadic eye movements and its implication for advertisement design"
Quanquan Zheng,ph.D
Department of Psychology and Behavior Science
Zhejiang University
 
Prof. Xiaowei Tang,
Academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Director,brain and intelligence research center
Zhejiang University
 
Prof. Dingding Wang
College of Economics
Chairman,Interdisciplinary center for social science,
Zhejiang University
 
Prof. Hang Ye
College of Economics
director, Interdisciplinary center for social science,
Zhejiang University
 
Kaiping Peng
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
University of California
Head of the social/personality psychology area in Berkeley.
Director the Culture and Cognition Lab at UC-Berkeley,
Dr. Peng has been named the most cited social psychologist among his cohorts (SPSP Dialogues, 2007).
Recent interests:
Culture and Social Cognition: Making Sense the Sense-making in Everyday life;
Culture and Social Self: The Fluidity of Self and the Centrality of Social Identity
 
Wei Wang
Professor of Psychiatry and Mental Health
Department of Mental Health
Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital
Affiliated with School of Medicine, Zhejiang University
 
Haijun Huang
Dean of the School of Economics and Management of Beihang University
 
Tentative Schedule
Day 1, Dec. 12th
9:00-21:00 Registration at Lingfeng Hotel灵峰山庄
Day 2, Dec. 13th
08:00-08:30 Registration
08:30-09:15 Opening speech
09:15-09:45 Keynote Lecture
          Qingguo Ma,Professor 马庆国教授,Zhejiang University Neuromanagement
09:45-09:55  Discussion
09:55-10:35 Keynote Lecture
           Daniel Houser,Professor,Gorge Mason University
"Emotions, Punishment and Economic Efficiency."
10:35-10:45 Q&A
10:45-11:10 Keynote Lecture
          Prof.Ye hang,Professor,叶航教授 Zhejiang University,China
11:10-11:20 Q&A
11:20-11:45 Keynote Lecture
          Hackjin Kim, Assistant Professor,Korea University,Korea
         "Dissociable roles of subcortical and cortical structures in preference decision"
11:45-11:55 Q&A
11:55-13:00 Lunch Break
 
13:15-13:55 Keynote Lecture
Ming Hsu 许明 Assistant Professor University of Illinois,USA
"Neuroeconomics of Justice: Decisions and Games".
13:55-14:05 Discussion
14:05-14:30 Keynote Lecture
Xiaolin Zhou, 周晓林Professor Peking University
keynote address: "Discrete coding of reward value and uncertainty in event-related potentials (ERP)"
14:30-14:40 Q&A
14:40-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-15:40 Keynote Lecture
Kaiping Peng 彭凯平 Professor,Tsinghua University&University of California,USA
15:40-15:50 Q&A
15:50-16:15 Keynote Lecture
16:15-16:25 Q&A
16:25-17:05 Keynote Lecture
Dr. Bernd Weber University of Bonn
keynote address: "social preferences and the brain"
17:05-17:15 Q&A
17:30-20:00 Dinner
 
Day 3, Dec.14th
08:30-09:10 Keynote Lecture
Alan Sanfey Assistant Professor University of Arizona
keynote address: "Decision Neuroscience: New approaches to studying social & economic decisions"
09:10-9:20 Q&A
09:20-9:45 Keynote Lecture
Yuejia Luo罗跃嘉 Professor Beijing Normal University
09:45-9:55 Q&A
9:55-10:10 Coffee Break
10:10-10:35 Keynote Lecture
Fang Fang,方方 Professor ,Peking University
keynote address: "Invisible images can influence saccadic eye movements and its implication for advertisement design"
10:35-10:45 Q&A
10:45-11:10 Keynote Lecture
Yuping Wang 王玉平 Xuanwu hospital Capital Medical University
Keynote address:"Brain mechanism of attention related early and late information processing"
11:10-11:20 Q&A
11:20-12:00 Lunch
13.30-17:30 Sightseeing around West Lake
Conference Location and Accommodation
Conference location:
Sir Run Run Shaw Science Hall of YuQuan Campus, Zhejiang University
Address: 38 ZheDa Road, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, 310027
地址:浙江省杭州市浙大路38号
Route of city bus:K15、K16、K21、K28
城市交通:28路、16路、15路、21路
Accommodation:

Lingfeng Hotel灵峰山庄
Address:NO.140 Yugu RD, Hangzhou, China   Zip code:310013  
杭州市玉古路140号 邮编:310013
http://www.lfhotel.cn/webcn/Public/Default.aspx?t=2008-11-10%2014:11:59
Tel:0571-87971456
Conference Secretary
Qiang Shen
Tel: +86-13675883767
E-mail: fyd@zju.edu.cn
Laboratory of Neuromanagement, School of Management, ZheJiang University, HangZhou 310058, China
For further and up-to-date information, please visit our website:
   http://www.neuromanagementlab.org

 

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