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 48 & 49
|24/11-28/11||EKAW 2014 - 19th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management||Konsert & Kongress||For more information see website.|
|24/11||13:00||Militär akutsjukvård i fält: när den övade verkligheten blir verklig||Sten-Ove Andersson||Berzeliussalen||Dissertation. For more and latest information see DIVA.|
|26/11||15-17||Documenting multimodal language learning behavior over time: A conversation analytic perspective||Numa Markee & Silvia Kunitz||KY21||SKE:s higher seminar. See invitation for more information.|
|27/11||10-12||Proficiency, asymmetry and assertions of epistemic authority in the EFL classroom||Klara Skogmyr Marian||ESA:s konferensrum||SiS-seminar. For more and latest information see their website.|
|27/11||16:30-17:30||Demens - från lite glömska till svår sjukdom. Varför blir det så?||Martin Hallbeck||Berzeliussalen, Campus US||Forskning i framkant. For more and latest information see their website.|
|28/11||14:00||Time is of the essence in speech perception!: Get it fast, or think about it||Shahram Moradi||I:101||Dissertation. For more information see DIVA.|
|3/12||13:15-15:00||Frank Cochoy||Lethe||Higher seminar Tema T. For more and latest information see their website.|
|4/12||10-12||Ali Reza Majlesi||ISV||SiS-seminar. For more and latest information see their website.|
|4/12||Stefan Launer||Head Seminars. For more and latest information see their calendar.|
For previous and upcoming seminars, see Event calendar
Laboratory for Cognition, Interaction and Language Technology (CILTLab)
CILTLab is a research group that works on natural language processing (NLP) and related areas of cognitive science. The group was formed in 1986. Currently we are eighteen researchers and graduate students (see people) with interests spanning both theoretical and applied areas of NLP. Our current work is focused on dialogue systems and computer-aided translation.
CILTLab is connected to the department of Human-Centered Systems (HCS).
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Last updated: 2014-11-24