[Comp-neuro] Cognitive Computing Herrenhausen Conference in December 18-20, 2018, Hannover, Germany - submite abstracts by July 31 - www.cognitive-comp.org

Prof. Dr. Gordon Pipa officeninf at uos.de
Wed May 9 08:55:29 CEST 2018


We are proud to announce the Herrenhausen Conference on Cognitive Computing,
which will take place from December 18-20 in Hanover, Germany 

www.cognitive-comp.org  

Confirmed Plenary Lectures and Keynotes:

•	David Wolpert, Santa Fé Institute, USA
•	Chris Eliasmith, University of Waterloo, Canada
•	Joanna J. Bryson, Princeton University, USA (University of Bath, UK)
•	Pieter Roelfsema, NIN Amsterdam (Vrije Universiteit), Netherlands  
•	Demetri Psaltis, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland  
•	Kwabena Boahen, Stanford University, USA
•	Edward A. Lee, UC Berkeley, USA
•	Susan Stepney, University of York, UK

Public lecture (Computation and System Autonomy): Ipke Wachsmuth, Bielefeld
University, Germany

Poster: 
http://cognitive-comp.org/template/images/files/CognitiveComputing_Conferenc
e2018.pdf 

Call for Abstract:
http://cognitive-comp.org/template/images/files/Call4Papers_CogComp2018.pdf 

The conference has two aims, namely to explore technological options arising
from novel computational architectures in unconventional substrates and to
work towards a general rigorous theory of computing in non-digital,
"brain-like" physical substrates. This is a profoundly interdisciplinary
enterprise. For the duration of three full days, we want to bring together
researchers from neuroscience, mathematics, machine learning, computer
engineering, physics and material sciences in a single-track "think tank"
setting with eye-opening plenary and keynote lectures, as well as carefully
selected oral presentations and comprehensive poster sessions.

The venue, the Castle of Herrenhausen, a heritage of the Kings of Hannover,
has been transformed into an award-winning center for scientific events. The
Herrenhausen Gardens stretch across hectares of classical French gardening.
This unique setting, together with generous break times, will make it easy
and natural to engage in stimulating scientific exchange.

The organizers:
 
•	Daniel Brunner (photonics, neuromorphic architectures / Université
Bourgogne Franche-Comté/CNRS, France) 
•	Herbert Jaeger (machine learning, nonlinear dynamics / Jacobs
University, Germany)
•	Stuart Parkin (nano systems, quantum electronic materials / Max
Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics, Germany) 
•	Gordon Pipa (neuroinformatics and cognitive computing / Osnabrück
University, Germany)

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Professor and Chair of the Neuroinformatics Department Dr. rer. nat. Gordon
Pipa Institute of Cognitive Science, Room 50/218 University of Osnabrueck
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Personal Assistent and Secretary of the Neuroinformatic lab:
Anna Jungeilges
Tel. +49 (0)541 969-2390
Fax +49 (0)541 969-2246
Email: anna.jungeilges at uni-osnabrueck.de
 
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