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LINGUIST List 16.1165

Tue Apr 12 2005

Confs: Cognitive Science/Stresa, Italy

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Message 1: 27th Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
Date: 10-Apr-2005
From: Leonardo Cerliani <cerlianipsych.unito.it>
Subject: 27th Conference of the Cognitive Science Society


27th Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
Short Title: CogSci05

Date: 21-Jul-2005 - 23-Jul-2005
Location: Stresa, Italy
Contact: Leonardo Cerliani
Contact Email: cogsci05psych.unito.it
Meeting URL: http://www.psych.unito.it/csc/cogsci05/

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science

Meeting Description:

Main Events CogSci05 - XXVII Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

XXVII Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

Stresa (Italy) - July 21-23, 2005 (Tutorials on July 20)

http://www.psych.unito.it/csc/cogsci05/

Dear Colleagues

The Chairs of the XXVII Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society -
CogSci05 are honoured to announce one of the richest CogSci ever. During the
days of the Conference, Andy Clark, Paul Smolensky and Giacomo Rizzolatti will
speak in the 3 plenary sessions.

Internationally renowed researchers will hold the 8 scheduled symposia on
classic and emerging topics in cognitive science: Connectionism and
Psychopathology, among the others. Due to this year's success in paper
submission (543 papers were submitted for reviewing) we extended the number of
parallel sessions to 33, developing over the three days of July 21-23.

Participants will also have the extraordinary opportunity to attend a debate
with Jerry Fodor on July 22.

Three prizes will be awarded during the meeting: Paul Smolensky will be the
recipient of this year's distinguished Rumelhart prize for Contributions to the
Theoretical Foundations of Human Cognition, funded by the Robert J. Glushko and
Pamela Samuelson Foundation. In the tradition of the CogSci Meetings, the
Cognitive Science Society will award the author of the best student-paper with
the Marr prize. The Center for Cognitive Science in Torino will assign its 2005
Mind&Brain prize to Jay McClelland and Jerry Fodor.

Two other main events will enrich this year's CogSci Meeting. On July 20, six
half-day tutorials will be presented, dealing with: COGENT Modelling
Environment, Simulation of Human Learning, Latent Semantic Analysis,
Eye-Movements in Visual Worlds, Event-Related Brain Potentials in Language,
ACT-R. On July 25-26, participants will have the unique opportunity to attend
the futuristic workshop ''Toward Social Mechanisms of Android Science''
organized by Stephen Cowley, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Karl MacDorman .

We are sure you will not miss the extraordinary opportunity to join this higly
multidisciplinar debate in Cognitive Science, hosted in one of the most
beautiful locations in Italy: Stresa on the lake Maggiore. For every information
about how to be there, visit the official conference site at:
http://www.psych.unito.it/csc/cogsci05/.

See you in Stresa!

The Chairs of the XXVII Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society - Cogsci05
Bruno G. Bara, Monica Bucciarelli, Lawrence Barsalou.


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