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Winter School: about 40 Israeli and German scientists and dancers come in Freiburg for lectures, dance classes and discussions together.

SATURDAY, 21st: INTRODUCTIONS

Neural Decoding – Towards brain-machine interfaces
Ad Aertsen

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Balance in neurological diseases
Christoph Maurer

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Speeddating
Internal Gathering of junior scientists

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SUNDAY, 22nd: METHODOLOGY
Thematic Dance Class: Balance

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Various Approaches to Artistic Research
Introduction by Monica Gillette and Josef Mackert; Theater Freiburg

Panel discussion Artistic Resarch with Yasmeen Godder, Itzik Giuli (Yasmeen Godder Company), Sara Houston (University of Roehampton) and Oliver Müller (University of Freiburg)

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MONDAY, 23rd: PROJEKT THEMES

Thematic dance class Balance with people with Parkinson’s

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Introduction on deep brain stimulation
Volker A. Coenen

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Interdisciplinary group work: Presentation and discussion of the monthly themes

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TUESDAY, 24th

Neural signals related to movement and rhythms
Robert Schmidt
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From slow to fast: the effect of vision on rhythmic movements in Parkinson’s disease
Shelly Levy-Tzedek

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Wednesday, February 25th Sharing Research

14:30-15:30 Dance and contemplative practice: what is being trained?
Marieke van Vugt, University of Groningen

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15:30-16:30 Mechanisms underlying movement-emotion interaction and their implications for dance intervention for Parkinson’s disease
Tal Shafir, University of Haifa

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Hadassah
2015,
10:00 min video loop
By Sigal Bergman
With: Or Avishay

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