MEi:CogSci Lecture Series 2021

Cognitive Science Research in Vienna

 

Tuesdays, 18:30-20:30

 

The lecture will take place online on Zoom.

The lecture is open to students from all disciplines!

Lecture Series Program

DateLecturer (Affiliation)Topic
October
05.10.

Peter HOCHENAUER

(Department of Philosophy,
University of Vienna)

What Does It Mean to Become a Cognitive Scientist?
An Introduction to the Lecture Series 

Markus PESCHL

(Department of Philosophy,
Uni­versity of Vienna)

Enabling Innovation: Cognition, Space, and “Learning from the Future”­­

12.10.

Jaqueline STARK

(NGO Committee on Ageing
and International Federation on Ageing (IFA))

Neurolinguistics and Aphasia 

Katharina KORECKY-KRÖLL

(Department of German Studies,
University of Vienna)

Morphology in the Mental Lexicon

19.10.

Stela MANOVA

(Department of Philosophy,
University of Vienna)

Deriving Language Structure with N-Grams:
The End-to-end N-Gram Model – EteNGraM

Isabella SARTO-JACKSON 

(Konrad Lorenz Institute
for Evolution and Cognition Research)

Biocognition: Knowledge Accumulation in Biological Systems

November
09.11.

Christian WINDISCHBERGER

(MR Centre of Excellence,
Medical University of Vienna)

Brain Mapping Using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Ronald SLADKY

(Department of Basic Psychological Research and Research Methods,
University of Vienna)

Functional MRI of the Amygdala in Fear and Trust

16.11.

Ulrich ANSORGE

(Department of Basic Psychological Research and Research Methods,
University of Vienna)

Eye-Tracking

Moritz GROSSE-WENTRUP

(Research Group Neuroinformatics,
Faculty of Computer Science,
University of Vienna)

Bridging the Explanatory Gap between Neuronal Activity and Cognition by Multilevel Causal Modeling

23.11.

Tilmann KLUGE

(Austrian Institute of Technology)

Introduction to EEG Data Analysis

Jozsef FISER

(Department of Cognitive Science,
Central European University)

Vision and Learning in the Probabilistic Brain

30.11.

Paolo PETTA

(Austrian Research Institute
for Artificial Intelligence (OFAI))

Affect – A Situated Agents Perspective

Soheil HUMAN 

(Sustainable Computing Lab,
Vienna University of Economics and Business
& Department of Philosophy;
University of Vienna) 

THE HALE WHALE of AI and Digital Transformation:
‎[How] Can Cognitive Science Contribute?

December
07.12.

Lukas ZENK

(Department für Wissens- und Kommunikationsmanagement,
Donau-Universität Krems)

Organizational Improvisation

Hannah METZLER 

(Complexity Science Hub Vienna &
Center for Medical Statistics,
Informatics and Intelligent Systems
& Center for Public Health,
Medical University of Vienna)

Introduction to Computational Social Science

14.12.

Laura KOESTEN

(Research Group Visualization and Data Analysis, University of Vienna)

Human Data Interaction

Florian KRAGULJ & Clemens KERSCHBAUM

(Knowledge-based Management Division,
Vienna University of Economics and Business)

Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning

January
11.1.

Raphael ROSENBERG 

(Department of History of Art,
University of Vienna)

Cognitive Research in Art History

Bernhard LABACK

(Acoustics Research Institute (ARI)
of the Austrian Academy of Sciences)

Spatial Hearing and its Dysfunction

18.1.

Thomas EDER

(Department of German Studies,
University of Vienna)

Schema Theory and Literary Discourse. 
Questioning the Concept of Schema Refreshment and Cognitive Change

Robert TRAPPL

(Austrian Research Institute
for Artificial Intelligence (OFAI)
& Center for Brain Research,
Medical University of Vienna)

Love: A Multidisciplinary Approach

25.1.

Günther KNOBLICH 

(Department of Cognitive Science,
Central European University)

Current Topics in Joint Action Research

Thomas BUGNYAR 

(Department of Cognitive Biology,
University of Vienna)

Birdbrains? Theory of Mind in Ravens

01.2.First exam date

 

 

In cooperation with: Vienna Cognitive Science Hub