ICCS 2017 features six invited symposia on the following topics: Consiousness, Social Neuroscience,Language Experience and Neuroplasticity, Mathematical Cognition and the Brain, Perception and Media Technology, Neural Mechanisms for Context-Dependent Preferences. Prominent scholars in these research fields, including Professors Patricia Churchland (Consiousness), Larry Young, Shu-Chen Li (Social Neuroscience), Yi-Ping Hung, Polly Huang, Shao-Yi Chien (Perception & Media Technology), Ping Li (Language Experience), Brian Butterworth (Mathematical Cognition), Hiroyuki Nakahara, and Hackjin Kim (Context-dependent Preferences) have accepted our invitations to speak at these symposia. We believe the invited symposium series will bring very stimulating discussions in the conference. Please join us at the exciting ICCS 2017!
Call for Submissions
The 11th ICCS (ICCS 2017) will take place from Friday September 1st through to Sunday September 3rd, 2017 in Taipei. The conference will be held at the GIS Convention Center located on the campus of National Taiwan University.
The aim of the International Conference on Cognitive Science (ICCS) is to bring together researchers from various disciplines of cognitive science in both academia and industry, to discuss the latest research, application and development in the field. We invite abstracts from all fields of cognitive science, including but not limited to the following topics:
- Animal Cognition
- Artificial Intelligence
- Brain, Learning, and Development
- Cognitive Anthropology
- Cognitive Development
- Cognition and Culture
- Cognitive Linguistics
- Cognitive Modeling
- Cognitive Neuroscience
- Cognitive Psychology
- Cognition and Visualization
- Computer Science
- Computational Neuroscience
- Decision Making
- Functional Brain Imaging
- Human Intelligence
- Human-Machine Interaction
- Intelligent Systems
- Learing Technology
- Philosophy of Mind
Keynote lectures will be given by Professor Stanislas Dehaene (Collège de France, France), Professor Lian-Gee Chen(National Taiwan University, Taiwan), and Professor Ernst Pöppel (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany).
The contributed presentations will be either 15 minute oral presentations in parallel sessions, or posters. The abstracts (max length 300 English words) will be published on-line. The deadline for submitting an abstract is March 10th, 2017.
Symposia can be organized by content area or by method, but talks within a symposium should focus on broader conceptual themes than a typical presentation. There should be at least five and no more than six speakers within a symposium session, and each talk should be scheduled for between 15 and 20 minutes, including time for discussion. Discussion time can be scheduled after individual talks and/or at the end of the session. The deadline for submitting a symposium proposal is February 10th, 2017.
Taipei is the home of Taipei 101, currently one of the tallest buildings in the world, and the National Palace Museum, with the world's most sophisticated collection of Chinese art and antiques. Within a short drive, the famous marble Taroko Gorge, sub-tropical forests covering towering mountains and rising cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean are all within your reach.
Please join us in a meeting that will both stimulate your mind and senses at ICCS 2017, Taiwan.
The Organizing Committee of ICCS 2017