Namibia Scientific Society events 29 Feb + 3 March

Q & A with Strand Hotel Swakopmund
February 23, 2016
A culinary adventure at the new JoJo’s
March 3, 2016

Information provided by Namibia Scientific Society | Main photo ©Mstyslav Chernov

Monday, 29th February at 19h30:

Presentation by H.E. Deniz Çakar, Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey in Namibia: Turkey – Island of stability in a turmoiled region; impacts of migration on Turkey and Turkey’s approach to Africa.

H.E. Ambassador Deniz Çakar was born in Istanbul, Turkey and completed her primary and secondary education in Ankara. She graduated from the Ankara University -Faculty of Political Sciences with a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations in 1985. Same year, she started her diplomatic career at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey. She worked at various capacities at the departments of, Multilateral Organisations, Turkey-Greek Relations, Multilateral Economic Affairs, Cultural Affairs and NATO and Euro-Atlantic Security and Defense Affairs in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Her previous posts include Embassies in Damascus, Athens, Singapore and Canberra. Before being appointed as an Ambassador to Namibia, she was the Consul General of Turkey in Antwerp, Belgium between 2009 and 2013. She has been serving as the Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to the Republic of Namibia since 27 November 2013.

Thursday, 3rd March 2016 at 19h30:

English presentation by Prof. Dr. David G. Senn, University of Basel: How the Brain functions in Animals and Humans.

Perception of the surrounding environment is essential for all animals and humans. Sensory organs (eyes, nose, ears) send signals to the brain. One of the main functions of the brain is integrating various qualities of perception, such as sight, smell, taste, hearing etc.  With such information it is possible to ‚produce’ an answer, a reaction, a suitable behavior. We will see how the brain works with these informations. Essentially involved are two kinds of memory in the handling of information: the immediate memory and the permanent memory. Furthermore the brain areas, which organize the emotional functions remarkably, influence the rational fields of the integrating (intellectually important) cortex.

All events are open for public – everyone welcome!

Venue is Namibia Scientific Society, Robert Mugabe Ave 110, opposite National Theatre. Safe parking in yard – Love street entrance.

Please note: The opinions expressed during any presentations, films or events are not necessarily in accord with ours.

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