Nevertheless, luckily SAGWAS'04 was great and wonderful and I thank all the participants very much indeed for making it the glorious coda of this series of seminars.
The order of the following listing of talks in space is the ex eventu order of the talks in time. The concrete times have to be taken with a grain of salt.
Jörg Siekmann: Everybody out of bed now?
Claus-Peter Wirth: The Scientific Method
Further reading on the subject:
Bertram Opitz: Introduction to Neuroscience
Aiping Chen: Structure of the Neuron
Kinds and internal structure of neurons, coloring.
Jessi Berkelhammer: Electro-Chemistry of the Neuron
Electrical and chemical properties of the neuron and the synapsis. Electrical excitation and inhabitation. Patch clamp method.
Melanie Volkamer: Scientific Methods of Examination
EEG (electroencephalogram), fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging)
Helmut Horacek: Circuits
Patellar tendon reflex, aplysia, spiny lobster.
Martin Homik: Locality and Brain Maps
Can we assign certain areas to functions?
Dimitra Tsovaltzi: Split-Brain Examinations
Patients with destroyed pons give insight into lateralization of brain functions.
Martin Muehlenbrock: Plasticity
How does the brain compensate the loss of tissue?
Andreas Meier: Dysfunctions
What do we learn from mental disorders and drugs?
Carsten Ullrich: Freier Nichtwille.
Free Non-Will? The experiment by Libet in 1983.
Feedforward versus feedbackward control in motor co-ordination and motor learning
George Goguadze: Theory of Artificial Neural Nets (ANN).
Structure of ANN, comparison with natural neural nets. Simulated Annealing &c.
Henri Lesourd: Application of artificial neural nets in neurosciences
Gluck, Meyers: Gateway to memory.
Paul Libbrecht: Mathematical Modeling
Mathematical approaches to model brain functions.
Ann Van de Veire: Circuits of Behavior and Character
"Robert A. Wilson: Prometheus Rising. Evolution of Intelligence"
Armin Fiedler: Design by Evolution?
Is there evidence that the brain can or cannot be the result of evolution?
Quantum Effects in Brain Functions?
Sir John Eccles' last book: "How the self controls its brain."
Further reading on the subject (partly provided by Matthias Klusch):
Candace B. Pert "The Molecules of Emotions".