Brain and Emotion Laboratory Maastricht University - Beatrice de Gelder
●Keynote Speaker, 9th MindBrainBody Symposium 2022, March
●A Computational Neuroethology Perspective on Body, Expression and Action Perception, organized by University of Regensburg, online, November 11, 2021
●Beauty and the brain: a view from the body, organized
by BrainCircleItalia in collaboration with EBRI. the European Brain Research Institute “Rita
●SYNX Symposium, organized by SONAR and Mindspaces, Barcelona, Spain, October 29, 2021
●A computational neuroethology perspective on body, expression and action perception, organized by Ca’Foscari and the European Centre for Living Technology, online, September 23, 2021
●Posthuman art: Robots, Aliens, Chess and Tokens, Organized by Ars Electronica Garden Hong Kong, online, September 10, 2021
●Do we understand human aggressive behavior? In the search for brain mechanisms towards, organized by the European Brain and Behavior Society, Lausanne, Switzerland, September 5, 2021
●Beyond realism: the biological mechanics of avatars effect, organized
by the Actor and Avatar Conference: Acting the Future, Zurich, Switzerland, August 29, 2019. For more information about the event, please click here.
●Virtual bodies, real fear, in the context of the symposium From Split- Brains to Emotional Consciousness, organized by the Accademia delle Scienze di Torino and the European Research Council, Turin, Italy, April 16, 2019. For more information about the event, please click here.
●Virtual bodies, virtual selves with real emotions, organized by the ACM International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA), Paris, France, July
●The lab got two abstracts accepted at OHBM 2019. Maarten Vaessen presented his work entitled "Distinct brain representations of face, body and voice expression revealed with fMRI decoding" and Marta Poyo Solanas presented "Multivariate analysis of affective body perception using postural and kinematic features of movement".
●Psychophysics in the age of VR, workshop organized by Maastricht University, Maastricht, The Netherlands, May 1, 2019. To read more about this workshop, please click here.
●Maarten Vaessen presented a poster at OHBM2019 entitled "Representation of emotion from the face, body and voice in the brain, an fMRI decoding study". To see the poster, click here.
●Marta Poyo Solanas presented a poster at OHBM2019 entitled "Multivariate analysis of affective body perception using postural and kinematic features of movement". To see the poster, click here.
●Beatrice was invited to give a talk entitled “Do mechanisms of body perpeption explain embodiment?” at the Virtual and Robotic Embodiment – from neuroscience to virtual reality and robotics Symposium in Barcelona (February 28 – March 1, 2019). For more information about the event, please click here.
●Beatrice was invited to give a talk at the Glasgow Neuro Society Conference in November.
●More than just a face: how including multiple social signals allows a deeper understanding of neuropsychiatric diseases, organized by the
German Association for Psychiatry (DGPPN), Berlin, Germany, December 2018. For more information about the event, please click here.
●5th International Conference on Movement and Computing (MOCO'18), Genoa, Italy, June
●Neural and Computational Mechanisms of Social Perception, workshop organized by Beatrice de Gelder at Maastricht University, Maastricht, the Netherlands, May 15, 2018. To read more about this workshop, please click here.
●Zhan, M., Goebel, R., Vaessen, M., de Gelder, B. (2017). Action categories are represented as distributed patterns in ventral and dorsal structures: A high field and high resolution fMRI (7T) study. Nanosymposium presentation, Society of Neuroscience 2017.
●Zhan, M., Hortensius, R., Goebel, R., de Gelder, B. (2015). Seeing invisible fearful bodies: A role of the intraparietal sulcus in non- conscious body processing. Poster presentation, Annual meeting of ASSC.
●Zhan, M., Hortensius, R., Goebel, R., de Gelder, B. (2015). Non- conscious processing of bodily emotion expressions in the dorsal stream. Poster presentation, Annual meeting of OHBM.
Prof. Beatrice de Gelder