'The Science of Consciousness' ('TSC') is the world's largest and longest-running interdisciplinary conference addressing fundamental questions regarding consciousness, the brain, reality and existence.
Pursuing questions like 'Does consciousness emerge purely from complex computation among brain neurons, or is it an intrinsic feature of the universe?' or 'What can psychedelics tell us about consciousness and reality, and how can they best be used to treat mental and cognitive disorders?', ~700 scientists, philosophers, educators, academicians, students, meditators, artists, interested public and seekers from 50 countries will gather April 13-18, 2020 at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, a plush ecolodge in the Catalina Mountains outside Tucson, Arizona. The 6-day program will consist of Plenary talk sessions, Workshops (Monday, April 13), Concurrent talk sessions, Posters, Exhibits, Social events and Entertainment in a fun, rigorous environment. Fetzer Franklin Fund is one of the sponsors supporting this conference.
For more information, or for help with registration, please go to www.consciousness.arizona.edu
Venue: Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, 7000 North Resort Drive, Tucson, AZ 85750, United States
Conference website: http://www.consciousness.arizona.edu/