Cognitive Science at Linköping University
Linköping university together with the national research institutes and companies in the region comprise one of the most active areas for Cognitive Science research and education in Sweden.
Calendar for week 17 & 18
|22/4||12:00||Social Media Screening for early detection of criminality||Fredrik Johansson||Signalen, B-huset||For more information see invitation.|
|22/4||14:00||Jean Herzberg||Wrannesalen, CMIV||CMIV. For more information see calendar.|
|23/4||15:15-16:30||The brain basis of social motivation in children with typical development and autism spectrum disorder||Leslie Carver||I:207||For more information see calendar.|
|24/4||10:00||Memory and communication in typically developing infants and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Behavioral and electrophysiological indices||Emelie Nordqvist||Key 1||For more information see calendar.|
|24/4||13:00||New ways of learning.Participatory action research and Kenyan runners’ appropriation of smartphones to improve their daily lives and participation in m-learning||Per-Olof Hansson||I:101||Dissertation. For more information see DIVA.|
|27/4||13:30-14:45||Too many immigrants: Perception vs reality in the United Kingdom||Juta Kawalerowicz||Kopparhammaren 2, K0303, Norrköping||IAS-seminarium. See website.|
|29/4||15:15||TBA||Neil Lawrence||Visionen, B-huset||IDA Machine Learning Seminars. For more and latest information see website.|
|29/4||17-19||Konsten att tämja en bild. Om fotografin, detaljöverflödet och läsarens uppmärksamhet.||Magnus Bremmer||KY21||Högre seminarium Forskningsmiljön Språk och Kultur i Europa. For more and latest information see website.|
For previous and upcoming seminars, see Event calendar
The Artificial Intelligence and Integrated Computer Systems Division (AIICS)
The main focus of interest for the AIICS division is artificial intelligence and its application to intelligent artifacts. Intelligent artifacts are defined as man-made physical systems containing computational equipment and software that provide them with capabilities for receiving and comprehending sensory data, for reasoning, and for rational action in their environment. Examples of such artifacts range from PDAs and software agents to ground and aerial robots (UAVs and UGVs). An equally important focus is the development of integrated systems which include hardware, software, sensors and human users.
Research topics of current interest include the following: Multi-Agent Systems, Planning and Diagonosis, Cognitive Robotics, Applied Logic, Autonomous Systems, Perception and Control.
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Last updated: 2015-04-20