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Important Change in MUCSC 2014 Schedule and Open Submissions
This is an official announcement that the Midwest Undergraduate Cognitive Science Conference (MUCSC) is now accepting submissions of abstracts for its 2014 session. Submissions will be open from April 8 until March 1, 2014. Interested undergrads can submit their abstracts at the MUCSC website under the submissions page. Furthermore, the MUCSC 2014 schedule has been changed so that MUCSC 2014 will take place only on Saturday, April 12, 2014.
Katy Börner has full agenda during American Associantion for the Advancement of Science, where five from IU will be honored
Along with IU Professor Olaf Sporn's induction into the AAAS, Prof. Börner will present Mapping the Unseen, which showcases a spectrum of science-related films with clips and commentaries from filmmakers and scientists. Read more here.
Colin Allen on Embodied Cognition and Artificial Intelligence
Cognitive Science Program Director has written two articles for Footnote1, concerning embodied cognition and its relevance to artificial intelligence. These articles are available on our multimedia page.
How Artificial Intelligence Could Improve Health Care
Professor Kris Hauser's research on how artificial intelligence could improve health care was recently featured in local and national news articles.
Professor Peter Todd Interview on Food Choice Research
Professor Peter Todd was recently interviewed on WFIU about food choice research. Both the recording and the transcript of the interview can be found at http://indianapublicmedia.org/eartheats/peter-todd-food-choice/.
Prof. Jonathan Crystal featured in Current Biology
Professor Jonathan Crystal has been featured in a podcast interview. Prof. Crystal also has 3 papers in the current issue. The papers can be found here.
The Cognitive Science Program is home to the NSF IGERT doctoral training program in the dynamics of brain-body-environment systems in behavior and cognition.
Trainees receive extensive support and funding for their doctoral studies at IU.