Time processing and internal models of movement
(Carolina Fritz)
The brain builds and updates internal models to control body movements, and their spatial aspects are well studied. How are those models updated when there is a temporal component critical to the task? How is time coded in those internal models?

Sensory integration of temporal information
(Ignacio Spiousas, Leonardo Versaci)
The brain receives multimodal, continuous information through sensory inputs. How is the integration of all sensory sources performed when there is a temporal component critical to the task?

Nonlinear aspects of time processing
(Ariel Silva, Claudia González)
What is the evidence about nonlinear aspects of time processing? How can those nonlinear aspects be represented in a predictive mathematical model?

Time processing and attention
(Leonardo Versaci)
Despite the difficulty of defining and quantifying attention, its effects are well known. Does attention have any effect when it is oriented to the purely temporal aspects of a task?

Neural mechanisms for time processing
(Lucila Caceres)
The processing of temporal information in the hundreds-millisecond range seem to be performed in a local and/or distributed manner. Can we perform the same temporal task by using different mechanisms or brain regions? What does time processing look like at the level of cerebral cortex?

Departamento de Ciencia y Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes