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LINGUIST List 21.61

Wed Jan 06 2010

Calls: Cognitive Science/Russia

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Andrej Kibrik, Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science

Message 1: Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science
Date: 30-Dec-2009
From: Andrej Kibrik <aakibrikgmail.com>
Subject: Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science
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Full Title: Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Science

Date: 22-Jun-2010 - 26-Jun-2010
Location: Tomsk, Russia
Contact Person: Anna Stroiteleva
Meeting Email: orgcogsci2010.ru
Web Site: http://www.cogsci2010.ru

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science

Call Deadline: 22-Jan-2010

Meeting Description:

The conference is organized by Tomsk State University, Institute of Psychology
of the Russian Academy of Science, The Interregional Association for Cognitive
Studies, The Interregional Public Foundation 'Center of Development of
Interpersonal Communications' and Russian Scientific Centre 'Kurchatov Institute'.

This conference succeeds the conferences on cognitive science held in
Kazan'(2004), St. Petersburg (2006) and Moscow (2008) (see the Association's
website: www.cogsci.ru).

Call for Papers

The conference aims to organize a multidisciplinary forum for scientists
exploring cognition and its evolution; intellect; thinking; perception;
consciousness; knowledge representation and acquisition; language as a means of
cognition and communication; brain mechanisms of cognition, emotion and higher
forms of behavior. Psychologists, linguists, neuroscientists, computer
scientists, philosophers, anthropologists, specialists in education, artificial
intelligence, neuroinformatics and cognitive ergonomics, as well as other
researchers interested in interdisciplinary research on cognition are invited to
participate in the conference.

The conference program will include lectures by leading experts in
multidisciplinary cognitive studies. The names of the invited lecturers will be
announced at the conference website.

Abstract submission opens at the conference site in December 2009. The deadline
for abstract submission is January 22, 2010. Abstracts should be submitted
online at the conference website.

Acceptance notifications shall be reported by e-mail and published at the
conference website on March 1, 2010.

The working languages of the Conference are English and Russian (for lectures
and conference sections we shall provide all time parallel translation).

Accepted abstracts will be published by the beginning of the Conference.

Organizers of the conference hope to keep the registration fee to a minimum and
provide grants for accommodation at the hotels of Tomsk.

Chair of the Organizing Committee - Georgy V. Mayer (Tomsk State University,
Chair of the Program Committee - Tatiana V. Chernigovskaya (St. Petersburg State
University, Russia).
Conference secretary - Anna A. Stroiteleva
phone: +7 (3822) 529-710 (GMT +0600)
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