Under the guidance of distinguished neuroscientist Dr. Marc Turiault, the Round Table will take participants on a journey through the fascinating intersections of memory, creativity, and knowledge management. We will explore the impact of memory’s malleability on our understanding of the world as revealed by groundbreaking experiments and dig deeper into how memories shape and reshape our knowledge and perception. Seize this chance to be part of a critical conversation that bridges theory and practice, illuminating the pathways through which memory continuously rewrites what we know.

 

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Dr Marc Turiault
Dr Marc Turiault

As a scientist with a PhD in Neuroscience and 20 years of practical and theoretical experience as a researcher, group leader, trainer, and teacher, Marc conducts research and development in the field of motivation, education, and leadership. After years of fundamental and applied research, he came to realize that knowledge related to the function of the brain is still poorly implemented in organizations. He strives to bring neurosciences to education and leadership by providing brain-based and outcome-driven tools in order to establish successful teaching and leadership strategies and fit them into the shifting landscape of learning and team management. He consolidates knowledge from many different disciplines including education, cognitive science, and organizational sociology and brings it to educators and leaders using the Swiss adult trainer method.



Gianguglielmo Calvi (aka Giangu)
Gianguglielmo Calvi (aka Giangu)

Computer Scientist and Knowledge Manager (IKF certified), PRINCE2© and ITIL© certified, former researcher in Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence, with 20+ years of experience across academia, private sector and international organisations. He is committed to optimising the impact of knowledge in complex organisational domains, with a focus on development, sustainability, security and social empowerment.


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Where to attend

Campus Biotech

 

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  • Is this event free?

    The roundtable is free for SKMF members only.

    Non members can either pay the single event price or subscribe as new members (150CHF for 1 year)

    More information about SKMF membership are available here: https://www.skmf.net/en/about-us/membership.

  • Do I have to register here or inform that I am attending in order to join?

    Yes. The number of seats is limited to 24 and we would need your confirmation to book one for you. If you are not comfortable with our registration process via EventFrog, please feel free to write an email with your contact information to join [at] roundtablesgeneva [dot] ch

  • How do I reach the Campus Biotech?

    Campus Biotech is not far from Cornavin Train station. 15 min walk direction Rue de Lausanne or Tram Stop Boutini with tram 15.

  • Will there be other events of this kind in the future?

    Very likely. We are trying to mobilise the knowledge management and digital innovation experts and enthusiasts in the Geneva area aiming at creating a series of recurrent gatherings on subjects of interest.

  • Is this event streamed or there will be recording of it?

    This event will only be in presence and no streaming nor recording will be provided at this stage.

  • Will there be photos of this event?

    Yes. Some pictures will be taken during the event for which we will require explicit consent. Pictures might be used to advertise future roundtables and to share with the community what happened during the gathering. Without your consent we won't process nor use any picture in which you will appear.

  • What is a SKMF Round Table Event?

    SKMF Round Tables are events focused on bringing together Knowledge Management enthusiasts in Switzerland, where local communities meet and learn from others, sharing challenges and successes, around a central common knowledge topic. Refreshments (finger food and drinks) and a familiar atmosphere contribute in making everyone welcome, leaving space for human and professional interaction to easily intertwine.

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