To whom it may concern,
I’d like to share with you the information about the 11th Cracow Cognitive Science Conference. This event is a great opportunity for all young researchers from Europe to share their scientific ideas. Because of the interdisciplinary character of cognitive science our goal is to reach people from different areas implicated in the cognitive sciences.
On behalf of Jagiellonian University Cognitive Science Student Association, I’m honored to invite you to the 11th Cracow Cognitive Science Conference. This year’s topic is ATTENTION and MEMORY. The event is taking place on 11-12 May 2019 in Cracow, Poland.
The goal of Cracow Cognitive Science Conference is to create an opportunity for young researchers from all over the world to share their scientific ideas, broaden their horizons and meet inspiring people. Because of the interdisciplinary character of the Cognitive Sciences, we reach out to people interested in different disciplines so that the lectures and discussions are inspiring and include voices from every branch of Cognitive Science.
Participants will have an opportunity to listen to lectures given by specialists from Poland and other countries. This year we will welcome professor Juan Lupiáñez and professor Rob van der Lubbe, more special guests will be announced soon. We also organise interactive workshops. In previous years participants could create their own VR environment or participate in an EEG session. This year’s workshops will be announced soon and the registration will be possible for active and passive participants.
All entrants need to fill out Internet registration form with contact details and an initial subject of presentation before the 15th of February 2019.
Check out our event page, where you can find the CFP and more details https://www.facebook.com/events/2325854307694766/.
If you are interested, you can also visit our website: http://ccsc.edu.pl and our page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cracowcognitivescienceconference
Organizational Committee of 11th CCsC