Colloquium of the Institute of Cognitive Science

Winter 2017/2018

The Institute of Cognitive Science (IKW) welcomes the lecturers of our colloquium in the winter term 2017/2018. We are looking forward to an interesting series of talks.

All talks will be held at Barbarastraße 22c, room 93/E31.

25.10.2017 - 17:00A Simple Model for Assessing Perceptual Image Quality

Rafael Reisenhofer

Work Group Computational Data Analysis, University of Bremen, Germany
01.11.2017 - 17:00Language, Thought, and Reality (reloaded): Situated Cognition and Construction Grammar

Prof. Dr. Alexander Bergs

Institute for English and American Studies, University of Osnabrück, Germany
08.11.2017 - 17:00Re-representing Problems in Cognitive Systems

Dr. Dr. Ana-Maria Olteteanu

Cognitive System Group, University of Bremen, Germany
15.11.2017 - 17:00Emotions as Emobodied Action-Oriented Representations

Dr. Rebekka Hufendiek

Philosophisches Seminar, University of Basel, Switzerland
22.11.2017 - 17:00On the role of computers in creativity-support systems

Prof. Bipin Indurkhya, PhD

Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
29.11.2017 - 17:00Contributions of local speech encoding and functional connectivity to audio-visual speech integration

Prof. Dr. Christoph Kayser

Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Glasgow, UK
06.12.2017 - 17:00Minimal Selfhood and Intersubjectivity in the Enactive Approach

Dr. Miriam Kyselo

Theoretical Philosophy, Technical University of Berlin, Germany
13.12.2017 - 17:00Synaptic plasticity as probabilistic inference

Dr. Peter Latham

Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, University College London
20.12.2017 - 17:00Learning and Reasoning with Logic Tensor Networks

Luciano Serafini

Data and Knowledge Management Research Unit, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy
10.01.2018 - 17:00Sex hormones and the interaction of emotion and cognition

Prof. Dr. Birgit Derntl

Clinic for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University of Tübingen, Germany
17.01.2018 - 17:00Looking at mental rotation: An eye tracking study of German Sign Language

Prof. Dr. Annika Herrmann

Institute of German Sign Language and Communication of the Deaf, University of Hamburg, Germany
24.01.2018 - 17:00How infants go about word learning: Electrophysiological evidence of speech segmentation and word-referent mapping

Dr. Claudia Männel

Departments of Neurology and Neuropsychology, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany
31.01.2018 - 17:00t.b.a.

Dr. Tillmann Vierkant

Philosophy of Mind & Cognition, The University of Edinburgh, UK
07.02.2018 - 17:00The role of cortico-basal ganglia-thalamo-cortical loops for working memory, consciousness and categorisation

Prof. Dr. Fred Hamker

Artificial Intelligence, Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany