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NYU Neuroeconomics Seminar

UPDATE: I had to post­pone this vis­it to this Tues­day Decem­ber 6th. Every­thing below still applies. I will be in New York until Mon­day Decem­ber 12th ear­ly after­noon, so please feel free to con­tact me if you want to meet.

I am thrilled to have been invit­ed to present my cur­rent research at the Neu­roe­co­nom­ics sem­i­nar of NYU’s Cen­ter for Neu­roe­co­nom­ics. I will thus be in New York around April 26th, and I would like to take advan­tage of this trip to meet with inter­est­ed per­sons in the extend­ed NY area.

So please feel free to con­tact me if you would like to meet dur­ing that week. I will strive to accom­mo­date every­one inter­est­ed. Many thanks!

Caltech visit and society for neuroeconomics conference

I will be spend­ing a week in the US short­ly:

Cal­tech will be my usu­al stop on my way to Chica­go. I still have a few slots avail­able while there, and I would be very hap­py to meet with any­one inter­est­ed in the LA area (Pasade­na being the eas­i­est for me of course).

I am look­ing for­ward to meet­ing again with a lot of col­leagues in Evanston. The pro­gram is already quite busy, but please do send me an email if you want to meet, I’ll be more than hap­py to. I will be pre­sent­ing my lat­est neu­ro­fi­nance results the Sun­day.

This will be my first US trip since my relo­ca­tion to Syd­ney this Sep­tem­ber, and I have to say I’m thrilled that Cal­tech is a direct trip — Chica­go is not so direct to come back from ;-)