Congratulations to Fritz Breithaupt for his new book, Das narrative Gehirn: Was unsere Neuronen erzählen (The Narrative Brain: What Our Neurons Tell Us), being selected as the top non-fiction book of the month in Germany! (The English translation should be out in a few months).
IU expertise, connections and funding capital are energizing Bloomington’s innovation and startup culture
Ravi Bhatt, who has a degree in cognitive science from IU Bloomington’s College of Arts and Sciences, has returned to Bloomington to write the next chapter of his company’s success story. Folia, a fast-emerging company that is helping modern enterprises streamline their research, analysis and idea generation practices prodcued iAnnotate, an award-winning annotation product that allows users to read, mark up and share documents on a tablet.
We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for admission in 2021 to our Cognitive Science Ph.D. graduate program....
Chelsea Campbell, a just-graduated Informatics major (now in the IU Data Science MS program) working in Eduardo Izquierdo’s lab...
Fil Menczer was awarded an IU Bicentennial Medal for his research and outreach on the study of misinformation across social media and the internet.
Jim Townsend was awarded the 2020 Senior Fellow Award of the Society for Mathematical Psychology...
Ann Barwich’s new book, Smellosophy: What the Nose Tells the Mind, is now out--see the review in Science: https://blogs.sciencemag.org/books/2020/07/28/smellosophy/
Kevin Hunt’s massive new book on chimpanzee behavior, cognition, and physiology, Chimpanzee:..
Professor Randy Beer received a Lifetime Achievement Award in the field of Artificial Life, at the ALife 2020 Conference.
Congratulations to Cognitive Science undergraduate students Kierra Willis, Calvin Isch, Khushboo Chougule and Abe Leite who were recently elected to the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society.