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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 44 & 45

Date Time Title Speaker Room Note
29/10 13:15-15:00 Designing for Dam safety or for Disasters: Mining Exploitations and Hydropower Regulated Systems in Sàbme, Sweden May-Britt Öhman Lethe Higher seminar Tema T. For more and latest information see their website.
30/10 11:15-12:00 Highlights från CogSci, AAAI och IVA Annika Silvervarg Alan Turing HCS-seminarier
4/11 13:15-15:00 Using communication aids with people with dementia Anna Ekström Sal 6002, plan 6, Täppan, Campus Norrköping CEDER-seminar. For more and latest information see their website.
4/11 18:00 Publika eHälsotjänster - i vårdens eller patientens tjänst? Isabella Scandurra Hagdahls kök, Östergötlands museum Datamuseets föreläsningar. For more and latest information see their website.
6/11 10-12 Karin Aronsson & Franco Pauletto ISV SiS-seminar. For more and latest information see their website.
6/11 11:15-12:00 Cognition as computation - still the only alternative Nils Dahlbäck Alan Turing HCS-seminarier

For previous and upcoming seminars, see Event calendar

Featured Research

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: 2014-10-24