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Department of Cognitive Science

Cognitive Science Seminar Series

The Cognitive Science Department hosts a seminar series in which Cognitive Science staff members, Cognitive Science students and visiting academics present research relevant to the research focus of the Centre. Seminars are usually held in the CCD Seminar Room (Australian Hearing Hub, Level 3 Room 610) and are open to interested researchers and professionals.

If you are interested in meeting with any of the seminar speakers, please contact the Seminar Series Coordinator, Cory Bill with your request and your availability, and we will attempt to arrange a meeting for you.

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Recent and upcoming seminars

 

Getting rid of the ten blue links. (CLaS-CCD Research Colloquium Series)

Speaker : Professor Mark Sanderson, School of Computer Science and Information Technology, RMIT University.
Date : 6th of May 2015, 2:00PM until 3:30PM
Location : Building E6A, Level 3, Room 357, Macquarie University.

 

Behavioral signal processing: Enabling human-centered behavioral informatics. (CLaS-CCD Research Colloquium Series)

Speaker : Professor Shrikanth (Shri) Narayanan, Signal Analysis and Interpretation Laboratory, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, US.
Date : 27th of April 2015, 10:00AM until 11:00AM
Location : Australian Hearing Hub, Level 3, Room 3.610, Macquarie University.

 

The roles of children and adults in language creation and differentiation: A case study of Light Warlpiri and Warlpiri. (CLaS-CCD Research Colloquium Series)

Speaker : Associate Professor Carmel O’Shannessy, Department of Linguistics, University of Michigan, USA.
Date : 22nd of April 2015, 2:00PM until 3:00PM
Location : Australian Hearing Hub, Level 3, Room 3.610, Macquarie University.

 

Assessing text difficulty via automatic analysis of oral reading. (CLaS-CCD Research Colloquium Series)

Speaker : Professor Mari Ostendorf, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Washington, USA.
Date : 22nd of April 2015, 3:30PM until 5:00PM
Location : Building E6A, Level 3, Room 357, Macquarie University.

 

Statistical language modelling turns thirty-something: Are we ready to settle down? (CLaS-CCD Research Colloquium Series)

Speaker : Associate Professor Sanjeev Khudanpur, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University, USA.
Date : 20th of April 2015, 11:00AM until 12:30PM
Location : Building E6A, Level 2, Room 242, Macquarie University.

 

Understanding face perception with fast periodic visual stimulation

Speaker : Prof. Bruno Rossion, Institute of Research in Psychology (IPSY), University of Louvain.
Date : 7th of April 2015, 11:00AM until 12:00PM
Location : Australian Hearing Hub, 3.610, Macquarie University.

 

The Language of Vision

Speaker : Patrick Cavanagh, -, Université Paris Descartes.
Date : 30th of March 2015, 11:00AM until 12:30PM
Location : Australian Hearing Hub, 3.610, Macquarie University.

 

Reading comprehension in aphasia.

Speaker : Dr Julie Morris, School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
Date : 30th of March 2015, 2:00PM until 3:30PM
Location : Australian Hearing Hub, 3.610, Macquarie University.

 

The role of visual cortex in synaesthesia

Speaker : Devin B. Terhune, Department of experimental psychology, University of Oxford.
Date : 25th of March 2015, 2:00PM until 3:00PM
Location : Australian Hearing Hub, 3.610, Macquarie University.

 

Accelerating biomedical discovery through large-scale heterogeneous data integration. (CLaS-CCD Research Colloquium Series)

Speaker : Associate Professor Karin Verspoor, Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne.
Date : 23rd of March 2015, 11:00AM until 12:00PM
Location : E6A, Level 3, Room 357, Macquarie University.

 

Has object vision been solved

Speaker : Simone Thorpe, -, Brain and Cognition Research Centre (CerCo).
Date : 16th of March 2015, 11:00AM until 12:30PM
Location : Australian Hearing Hub, 3.610, Macquarie University.

 

Is it an animal? Is it a bird? What comes first?

Speaker : Michèle Fabre-Thorpe, Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition (CerCo) CNRS, Université Toulouse.
Date : 16th of March 2015, 2:00PM until 3:30PM
Location : Australian Hearing Hub, 3.610, Macquarie University.

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Contact Details

Telephone: (02) 9850 9599
Fax : (02) 9850 6059
Email : cogsci@mq.edu.au
Web : www.cogsci.mq.edu.au