Hans Liljenström, Ph.D.
Research interest: Hans Liljenström’s research focuses on mathematical modeling of biological systems and processes, in particular, complex dynamics, including oscillations and chaos. His specialty is relating structure, dynamics and function of neural networks at various spatial and temporal scales. Lately, he is developing neurocomputational models of decision making, with relevance to the problem of consciousness and free will. He has been working and publishing in the field of cognitive neurodynamics for 30 years, and has organized a large number of international conferences and workshops, including the International Conference on Cognitive Neurodynamics, ICCN2013, in June 2013, and the Agora Conference on Free Will in June 2017.
Research website: www.agoraforbiosystems.se
Tel: +46-73654 7977
The Agora for Biosystems is administered by the Sigtuna Foundation, and its Managing Director Alf Linderman (firstname.lastname@example.org) is also involved in the project “Neurophilosophy of Free Will”. The Sigtuna Foundation hosted the First International Conference on Neuroscience and Free Will in June 2017 and may host also further meetings within the project.