WHEN: Friday, September 12, 9:30 am - 2 pm
WHERE: Busch Dining Hall, Room AB (on the right as you enter the building)
The goal of the workshop is to encourage interdisciplinary discussion and collaboration among students and faculty from the interlocking disciplines making up Cognitive Science at Rutgers. Discussion will center around a series of five short talks by graduate students from Computer Science, Linguistics, Philosophy and Psychology. We hope each talk will give rise to a lively discussion, and we encourage everyone interested in interdisciplinary cognitive science to attend. If you plan to attend, please RSVP by filling out the form below. Please be sure to respond so we can get an accurate headcount!
|9:30 am||-- Coffee --|
|10:00 am||Ron Planer (Philosophy, RuCCS): "On the co-evolution of future-oriented thinking and cumulative culture in humans"|
|10:40 am||Brian McMahan (Computer Science, RuCCS): "An optimally robust observer for color descriptions"|
|11:20 am||Vicky Froyen (Psychology, RuCCS): "Understanding perceptual grouping as mixture estimation"|
|12:00 pm||-- Lunch --|
|12:40 pm||Matthew Barros (Linguistics, RuCCS): "Saying things without words - the silent structure of ellipsis"|
|1:20 pm||E. J. Green (Philosophy, RuCCS): "Toward a permissive view of visual objects"|
To RSVP please fill out the form below (both fields are required).