Distinguished Lectures
Date Speaker Topic Download
20 Apr, 2017 Dr. Joel Lee
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Martial Arts, Mindfulness, Meta-Model and Metaphor: Exploring the Multi-Disciplinary Nature of Mediation
Poster
25 Nov, 2016 Prof. Sardar Islam
Professor, College of Business, Victoria University
Game Theory in Business: Implications for Professional Practices
Poster
Game Theory in Business Implications for Professional Practices
22 Apr, 2016 Prof. Kar-yiu Wong
Professor, Department of Economics, University of Washington
Judgement in Managing Risk: The 'One-Belt-One-Road' Initiative, Business Opportunities and Risk Management
Poster
PowerPoint
22 May, 2015 Prof. Ranga Krishnan
Dean of Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore
Learning for Tomorrow
Poster
Lecture
14 May, 2015 Dr Dénes Szűcs
Deputy Director of Centre for Neuroscience in Education of the University of Cambridge
Mathematics development, developmental dyscalculia and mathematics anxiety
Poster
Lecture Part 1
Lecture Part 2
Lecture Part 3
Lecture Part 4
Lecture Part 5

Research Workshops
Date Speaker Topic Download
10 May, 2017 Prof. Sharon Press
Director, Dispute Resolution Institute, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Community Engagement: What Mediators Bring to the Table
Poster
21 Apr, 2017 Dr. Joel Lee
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Workshop on Exploring the Multi-Disciplinary Nature of Mediation
Poster
17 Jun, 2016 Dr. Woo-young AHN
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University
Revealing neuro-computational mechanisms of reinforcement learning and decision-making with the hBayesDM package
Poster
24 Mar, 2016 Dr. Kenneth Yuen
Scientist, Neuroimaging Center, University Medical Center Mainz
Neural mechanisms of time perception: a fMRI study (Part 4: Advanced analysis II and open discussion) Workshop Rundown
Handout 11
23 Mar, 2016 Dr. Kenneth Yuen
Scientist, Neuroimaging Center, University Medical Center Mainz
Neural mechanisms of time perception: a fMRI study (Part 3: Advanced analysis I) Workshop Rundown
Handout 8
Handout 9
Handout 10
22 Mar, 2016 Dr. Kenneth Yuen
Scientist, Neuroimaging Center, University Medical Center Mainz
Neural mechanisms of time perception: a fMRI study (Part 2: Data analysis routine) Workshop Rundown
Handout 5
Handout 6
Handout 7
21 Mar, 2016 Dr. Kenneth Yuen
Scientist, Neuroimaging Center, University Medical Center Mainz
Neural mechanisms of time perception: a fMRI study (Part 1: Basic theory & setup)
Poster
Workshop Rundown
Handout 1
Handout 2
Handout 3
Handout 4
17 Mar, 2016 Prof. Takeshi Okada
Professor, Graduate School of Education, The University of Tokyo
How to develop art workshops to foster artistic expression and creativity
Poster
PowerPoint
3 Mar, 2016 Dr. Tom Schonberg
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurobiology, Tel Aviv University
Are you a risk-taker?
Poster
Reading
Reading
Reading
Reading
3 Mar, 2016 Dr. Tom Schonberg
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurobiology, Tel Aviv University
Reward and value in the human brain and the danger in informal reverse inference
Poster
9 Dec, 2015 Prof. Leon Petrosyan
Head, Department of Mathematical Game Theory and Statistical Decisions, St. Petersburg State University
Time Consistency: Concept and Techniques
Poster
Reading
9 Dec, 2015 Prof. Leon Petrosyan
Head, Department of Mathematical Game Theory and Statistical Decisions, St. Petersburg State University
Inter-temporal Interactive Decisions and Dynamic Games
Poster
Reading
8 Dec, 2015 Prof. Leon Petrosyan
Head, Department of Mathematical Game Theory and Statistical Decisions, St. Petersburg State University
On Game Theoretic Strategic Thinking
Poster
Reading
23 May, 2015 Prof. Ranga Krishnan
Dean of Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore
Learning based on scientific principles (2)
Poster
Handout
22 May, 2015 Prof. Ranga Krishnan
Dean of Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore
Learning based on scientific principles (1)
Poster
Handout
15 May, 2015 Dr Dénes Szűcs
Deputy Director of Centre for Neuroscience in Education of the University of Cambridge
Introduction to the theory and methods of Educational neuroscience
Poster
Reading
Outline
15 May, 2015 Dr Dénes Szűcs
Deputy Director of Centre for Neuroscience in Education of the University of Cambridge
The Educational Neuroscience of Mathematics
Poster
Outline
Reading

Academic Tutorials
Date Speaker Topic Download

Research Seminars
Date Speaker Topic Download
9 May, 2017 Prof. Sharon Press
Director, Dispute Resolution Institute, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Choosing Suitable Mediation Tools and Achieving Results
Poster
Choosing Suitable Mediation Tools and Achieving Results
9 May, 2017 Prof. David Smith
Practice Professor of Law, School of Law, Singapore Management University
Into the Breach: Ethics and Decision-Making in a Real and Virtual World
Poster
Is your culture a ticking time bomb
10 Mar, 2017 Prof. Oliver H. M. Yau
Honorary Professor, The Open University of Hong Kong
Authenticity in Brand Marketing: A Chinese Perspective
Poster
品牌營銷之真偽性
24 Feb, 2017 Prof. Ned Aughterson
Head, School of Law, Charles Darwin University
A Lecture on Mediation
Poster
16 Jun, 2016 Dr. Woo-young AHN
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University
Challenges and promises for translating neuro-computational tools into clinical practice
Poster
28 Apr, 2016 Dr. Esther Lau
Assistant Professor, The Hong Kong Institute of Education
Everybody sleeps, and everything can be related to sleep
Poster
16 Mar, 2016 Prof. Takeshi Okada
Professor, Graduate School of Education, The University of Tokyo
The role of inspiration in artistic creation
Poster
PowerPoint
2 Mar, 2016 Dr. Tom Schonberg
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurobiology, Tel Aviv University
New findings on the cue-approach effect: An automatic mechanism of behavior change
Poster
Reading
30 Nov, 2015 Dr. WONG Wai Ho, Savio
Associate Professor, Associate Head of Department of Special Education and Counselling, The Hong Kong Institute of Education
The future direction of brain-based education: how to narrow the gap between research and application
Poster
Tutorial