Community Night with the Library: When Brains Meet Buildings
Carpenter Hall, Sunset Center
Join Professor, Neuroscientist, and Author, Dr. Michael A. Arbib for a thought-provoking presentation on the intersection of architecture and neuroscience, enriching our understanding of how we experience the built environment.
Dr. Arbib is an award-winning author and editor of over 40 books including his recent book When Brains Meet Buildings. He is a trailblazer in the interdisciplinary study of computers and brains and has dedicated considerable efforts to researching the brain mechanisms involved in visually controlling actions. His unique expertise establishes him as a distinguished authority at the crossroads of architecture and neuroscience. Dr. Arbib’s presentation will offer new insights on the scientific aspects of architecture and how our lived reality is fundamentally entwined with the designed spaces that surround us.
Hosted by the Carmel Public Library Foundation.