Talks

Norwegian Foreign Ministry event, Oslo (2017)

Peking University, Beijing (2017) “Computations of culture”

University of Birmingham (2017) “Grey Zone conflict in the Asia-Pacific”

UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory Deterrence and Assurance Academic Alliance Workshop, held at University of Nottingham (Oct 2017) "Different minds, different strategy?"

Pentagon Joint Staff conference “From Control to Influence” held at Joint Base Andrews (2017) spoke on three of the eight panels.

U.S. Department of Defense, Grey Zone workshop, Crystal City, VA (2017)

University of Birmingham (2017) “Cross-cultural cognition”

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Security Studies Program (Nov 2016) “Beyond expectation and surprise: neural prediction error in inadvertent escalation”

Contributed to roundtable discussion with 19 US Members of US Congress, General Petraeus, Sir John Jenkins etc. (Aug 2016)

Contributed to DARPA meeting on extremism at UCLA (Aug 2016)

Lecture to the UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (June 2016)

Panel discussion at Scottish Parliament (2016)

Cross-Domain Deterrence meeting as part of a U.S. DoD Minerva program (2016), held at the Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, “Cognition of cross-domain deterrence”

Institut d’Études Avancées de Paris (2016) “Neuroscience at societal scale”

“Neurobiology of influence in international politics”, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (2016)

University of Birmingham (2016) “Neurobiology of loss in human choice”

Georgetown University (Nov 2015) “Checklist for Empathy”

UK Chief of Defence Staff Strategy Forum (July 2015), Oxford University, “Influence and deterrence”

China-UK Next Generation Nuclear Strategy Meeting (2015), King’s College London.

University of Birmingham, UK (2015) “The biology of negotiation in a globalised world”

Peking University, Beijing, China (2014)

China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing, China (2014)

Carnegie-Tsinghua Centre at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China (2014)

National University of Defence Technology, Changsha, China (2014)

U.S. Air Force at the Pentagon (2014)

U.S. DoD Joint Staff at the Pentagon, telecon to Strategic Command (2014)

UK MoD “Knowing your adversary” (2014)

U.S. DoD Joint Staff conference on Strategic Multilayer Assessment (2013) (Andrews Airforce Base)

Georgetown University DARPA-organised meeting on Neuroscience and Deterrence (2013)

U.S. DoD Joint Staff at the Pentagon, telecon to Strategic Command (2013) “Knowing your adversary”

Harvard University, USA (2013) “Neuroscience and international confrontations”

New York University, New York, USA (2013) "Neuroscience and the management of international confrontations"

Virginia Tech, Roanoke, USA (2013) "The neurobiology of punishment and risk in choice"

New York University, New York, USA (2013) "The neurobiology of punishment and risk in choice"

AAAS, Washington, DC, USA (2013) "Neuroscience and the management of international confrontations"

Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany (2011) “Egocentricity and the biological control of cooperation”

University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland (2011) “How to alter cooperation and reverse choice biases”

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, USA (2010) “The biology of social and non-social choice”

Gresham College, London, UK (2009) Introductory talk and chaired meeting “Decision making and neuroscience”

Government Statistical Service Annual Conference, held at Warwick University, UK (2008) “The new decision sciences”

Events organised

"The Anatomy of an Action: self and responsibility after neuroscience" (Royal Society of Arts, London, UK, 2010)

http://www.thersa.org/events/audio-and-past-events/2010/the-anatomy-of-an-action-self-and-responsibility-after-neuroscience

Cognitive Neuroscience and Regulatory Paternallism: More or less?" (Royal Society of Arts, London, UK, 2009)

http://www.thersa.org/events/video/archive/colin-camerer

"Does Policy need Brains?" (Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, Jan 2009) Seminar attended by leading figures from behavioural economics (Colin Camerer and Peter Bossaerts, Caltech), neuroscience (Ray Dolan, UCL), psychology (Nick Chater, UCL) and politics (Matthew Taylor and David Halpern, former senior advisors to Tony Blair).