LINGUIST List 29.2977

Sat Jul 21 2018

Confs: Cog Sci, Comp Ling, Gen Ling, Psycholing/Israel

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Date: 21-Jul-2018
From: Vladimir Polyakov <pvn-65mail.ru>
Subject: 4th International Forum on Cognitive Modelling
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4th International Forum on Cognitive Modelling
Short Title: IFCM-2018


Date: 30-Sep-2018 - 07-Oct-2018
Location: Tel Aviv, Israel
Contact: Svetlana Masalova
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.confcognresearch.ru/index.php/ifcm-2015en

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

The VI-th International Forum on Cognitive Modeling (IFCM-2017) will be held in Tel Aviv, Israel, 30 September – 7 October, 2018.

The goal of IFCM-2018 is to unite the work of experts on cognitive modelling in linguistics and in other spheres of activity and cognition.

The Organizing Committee arranges two conferences simultaneously:

- The XIX International Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics” (CML-2018),
- The VI International Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Science, Culture and Education” (CMSCE-2018).

Conferences of “Cognitive Modeling” series have been successfully carried out since 1998. In 2000, the Organizing and Program Committees of the conference coined its title - “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics”(CML). The CML Conferences were held as a part of the Russian National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (CAI) in 1998 and 2000, and later – as a part of the International Congress on Artificial Intelligence (ICAI-2001) in 2001 which was held in Divnomorskoe (Russia). In 2002, CML Conference took place in Divnomorskoe (Russia) as part of IEEE International Conference “Artificial Intelligence Systems” (IEEE AIS'02). CML Conferences were held in Bulgaria (Varna and Sofia) from 2003 to 2007. The conference took place in Becici, Montenegro in 2008. CML-2009 visited Constanta, Romania. CML-2010 was held in Dubrovnik, Croatia. In 2011 CML conference was conducted on Corfu, Greece.

In Milano-Marittima, Italy, the conference received a new format becoming a part of the I International Forum that significantly expanded the subject of cognitive modelling and united the XIV Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics” (CML-2013) and the I International Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Science, Culture, Education” (CMSCE-2013). This integrated format proved to be successful and efficient.

The anniversary XV Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics” (CML-2014) and the II-nd International Scientific Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Science, Culture, Education” (CMSCE-2014) were held within the framework of the II-nd Forum on Cognitive Modeling IFCM2014 in Slovenia on its Adriatic coast on 6-13 September, 2014.

The III Forum on Cognitive Modeling IFCM-2015 and its two conferences - XVI International Scientific Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics” (CML-2015) and III International Scientific Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Science, Culture, Education” (CMSCE2015) were held on 14-21 September, 2015 in Varna, Bulgaria on the Black Sea coast.

The IV Forum IFCM-2016 and its two conferences - XVII International Scientific Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics” (CML-2016) and IV International Scientific Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Science, Culture, Education” (CMSCE-2016) – were held in Lloret de Mar, Spain on 11-18 September 2016.

The V Forum IFCM-2017 and its two conferences - XVIII International Scientific Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Linguistics” (CML-2017) and the V International Scientific Conference “Cognitive Modeling in Science, Culture, Education” (CMSCE-2017) – were held in Cascais, Portugal, 10-17 September, 2017.



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