iNav 2018: How does the brain know where it is, where it is going, and how to get from one place to another?

The 2nd Interdisciplinary Navigation Symposium (iNav 2018) was held in June 2018 in Québec, Canada, organized by Jeffery Taube, Thomas Wolbers, Kate Jeffery, Laure Rondi-Reig, David Dickman, Mayank Mehta. The meeting aims to bring together a diverse group of scientists from backgrounds such as systems neuroscience, human cognitive (neuro)science, animal behavior, theoretical neurobiology and robotics to discuss new discoveries in the cognitive neuroscience of navigation. There are many interesting topics, such as  Large Scale Navigation, Path Integration, Virtual Space, Neural Dynamics, Spatial Memory, Cue Integration, (Re-) Orientation, Computational, Grid Cells, Developmental/Plasticity, Alternative Cues, Cognitive Mapping, Navigation: A Look to the Future, Place Cells, Head Direction Cells, 3D Space, etc.

The program and poster abstract can be downloaded here