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In the DPhil seminar series, PGR students present their research. It is a great opportunity to get to know other graduate students and to learn about the diversity of research topics in our department.  Typically each session will be shared between 2-3 students at 20-30 minutes per talk.  

This term, the seminars will be held weekly in person at the Seminar Room in New Radcliffe House from 12:15pm – 1:45pm.

The speakers on 25 May include:

Lukas Braun: Preserving knowledge during learning through drifting neural representations
Supervised by: Chris Summerfield/Andrew Saxe

Sankalp Garud: Making friends anytime, anywhere - Social Decisions in Environments with Differing Rates of Reward
Supervised by: Matthew Rushworth/Miriam Klein-Flugge

Luke Priestley: A neural mechanism for changes in motivation in monkeys
Supervised by: Matthew Rushworth/Nima Khalighinejad