[Comp-neuro] KOGWIS 2014 call for papers and symposia
belardinelli at informatik.uni-tuebingen.de
Wed Dec 11 22:16:54 CET 2013
Please consider to contribute to and/or forward to the appropriate groups the following announce:
==== FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS AND SYMPOSIA ====
* KOGWIS 2014: HOW LANGUAGE AND BEHAVIOUR CONSTITUTE COGNITION
* 12th Biannual Conference of the German Society for Cognitive Science
* 29th of September - 2nd of October 2014
* Submission deadline: 7 May 2014
KogWis 2014 invites submissions of extended abstracts on current work in cognitive science. Generally *all topics related to cognitive science* are welcome.
Contributions that address the focus of this meeting, that is, language and behaviour and the construction of cognition due to language and behaviour are particularly encouraged.
Submissions will be sorted by topic and paradigms and will be independently reviewed. Notifications of acceptance will depend on the novelty of the research, the significance of the results, and the presentation of the work.
Submissions will be published in the form of online conference proceedings.
Submissions of extended abstracts should not exceed 4000 characters (including spaces, references, etc.). Additional figures may be included. The document should not exceed 4 pages in total.
Call for symposia:
Submissions are also invited for symposium proposals on specific themes in cognitive science.
Symposia should be interdisciplinary with 4-6 speakers who can offer different perspectives on the proposed topic.
KogWis cannot provide any financial support for participants, so all the costs need to be covered by the participants, including registration.
Submissions of extended abstracts should present the symposium theme along with moderator and speakers names and short summaries of the single contributions .
The Organizing Committee:
General chair: Martin V. Butz
Local organizers: Anna Belardinelli, Elisabeth Hein and Jan Kneissler
Anna Belardinelli, phD
Department of Computer Science
University of Tübingen
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