May 20th-21st, Sheffield
COVID-19 Statement: Due to the ongoing restrictions imposed in response to the novel coronavirus, this conference will now not take place.
Collective decision-making is the subfield of collective behaviour concerned with how groups reach decisions. […] We argue for deep parallels between understanding decisions made by individuals and by groups[.]Bose, T., Reina, A. Marshall, J. A. R. (2017) Collective decision-making. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 16: 30-34.
The Collective Decision-Making Conference will bring together theoretical and empirical researchers into decision-making in diverse systems, from single-celled organisms, via brains, to groups of humans and other animals, to identify common principles.
The conference will comprise invited plenary talks, and contributed posters. The plenary speakers are
|Alfonso Pérez-Escudero||Université Paul Sabatier|
|Andrea Baronchelli||City University|
|Ariana Strandburg-Peshkin||Max Planck Institute for Ornithology|
|Audrey Dussutour||Université Paul Sabatier|
|Bahador Bahrami||Max Planck Insitute for Human Development|
|Catalina Vich||Universitat de les Illes Balears|
|Edmund Hunt||University of Bristol|
|Elva Robinson||University of York|
|Gonzalo de Polavieja||Champalimaud Institute for the Unknown|
|Iain Couzin||Max Planck Institute of Animal Behaviour|
|James Herbert-Read||University of Cambridge|
|Jens Krause||Lebniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries|
|Naomi Leonard||Princeton University|
|Ralf Kurvers||Max Planck Insitute for Human Development|
|Richard Mann||University of Leeds|
|Roderich Gross||University of Sheffield|
|Simon Garnier||New Jersey Institute for Technology|
|Takao Sasaki||University of Georgia|
|Vaibhav Srivastava||Michigan State University|
|Yara Khaluf||Ghent University|
Registration is now open.