Basel Seminar Series on Circadian Rhythms and Sleep

Talks by our members and invited guests take place thursdays 4-5 pm CET, if not indicated otherwise. Due to COVID-19, all talks will take place online until further notice. In case you would like to join, please register here.

Everyone is welcome to join!

Die Vorträge finden üblicherweise donnerstags statt, 16-17 Uhr, falls nicht anders angegeben. Wegen des Coronavirus finden sie bis auf Weiteres online statt. Falls Sie teilnehmen möchten, registrieren Sie sich bitte hier.

Jede/r ist willkommen!


Date Speaker Title of talk
24th February Dr. Renske Lok (Stanford University) Non-image forming effects of light on alertness and sleep
Postponed to HS22
Dr. Kate Porcheret (University of Oslo) Sleep after traumatic events
24th March Prof. Achim Kramer (Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin) Molecular markers to assess circadian phase
7th April Prof. Rex A. Wright (University of North Texas) Circadian determinants of effort and associated cardiovascular responses: An interactional fatigue perspective
19th April* Prof. Susanne Jaeggi (University of California, Irvine, USA)

Promoting learning and achievement across the lifespan

21st April Johannes Zauner (Zentrum für angewandte Sehforschung) Designing light for night shift workers: Application of nonvisual lighting design principles in an industrial production line
5th May Prof. Kun Hu (Harvard Medical School) Fractals in physiology: links to the circadian control network
19th May Prof. Ken Wright (University of Colorado) Causes and consequences of circadian misalignment
2nd June Dr. Julia Ladenbauer  (University Medicine Greifswald) tba
* Bitte beachten: Dies wird als Hybrid-Seminar stattfinden (in personam/via Zoom), organisiert durch die “integrative Human Circadian Daylight Platform”