CogSci 2005 will be the annual meeting of the premier society for basic and applied cognitive science research. Researchers from across the world are encouraged to submit their best work and to attend CogSci 2005 to hear the latest theories and data from the world's best cognitive science researchers.
In 2005 it will be held in Stresa (Piedmont, Italy), July 21-23. We hope you will join us for a dynamic conference in a beautiful resort in Italy.
> Conference announcement
> Important dates
> Mind & Brain Prize
> New! - The detailed schedules of CogSci05.
> Attention: deadline for early registration is June the 8th
> New! - The guidelines for posters and presentations.
> Attention: The registration desk opens on wednesday afternoon; we suggest participants who already reached Stresa to register themselves in advance.
Please check frequently for possible changes.
Plenary speakers will include:
Andy Clark (Indiana University at Bloomington).
Giacomo Rizzolatti (University of Parma).
Rumelhart Prize winner:
Paul Smolensky (John Hopkins University).
The Marr Prize, named in honor of the late David Marr, is given to the best student paper at the conference.
The award is jointly sponsored by The Cognitive Science Society and Elsevier Science.
Mind & Brain Prize winners:
Jerry Fodor (Rutgers University).
James L. McClelland (Carnegie Mellon University).
last update: July 15th, 2005
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