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Sciences cognitives @ Acfas (mai/May 2009 – Ottawa)

January 29, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Bonjour à tous,

Le congrès de l’ACFAS, en mai à Ottawa, hébergera plusieurs colloques susceptibles d’intéresser la communauté des sciences cognitives. À partir des titres disponibles, l’Institut des sciences cognitives (ISC) de l’UQAM a fait une sélection de ces colloques, sélection disponible sur: http://www.isc.uqam.ca/article.php3?id_article=265

L’ISC appuie deux de ces colloques, pour lesquels il est encore possible de soumettre des proposition de communication:
•    colloque 610 – Technologies Cognitives (conférences orales invitées, session poster et table ronde).
Tous les détails sur: http://www.isc.uqam.ca/article.php3?id_article=264
•    colloque 640 – Cognition et société (conférences orales).
Tous les détails sur: http://socialcognition.wordpress.com/

Notez qu’une entente avec l’ACFAS offre la gratuité d’inscription aux doctorants de l’UQAM qui auraient une communication acceptée (contactez les organisateurs pour les procédures avant de payer les frais!). De plus, l’ISC cherchera autant que possible à faciliter les déplacements Montréal/Ottawa des participants ayant eu une communication acceptée.

Les colloques 610 et 640 sont indépendants et ont leurs propres comités et procédures d’évaluation, et les organisateurs respectifs acceptent une double soumission si le projet est pertinent dans les deux domaines (le format final est poster pour le colloque 610 et communication orale pour le colloque 640).

En espérant vous voir à Ottawa ce printemps,

Guillaume Chicoisne (organisateur colloque 610, chicoisne.guillaume@uqam.ca)
Rachid Belkouch (organisateur colloque 640, belkouch.rachid@uqam.ca)

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Dear all,

Many workshops to be held during the Congrès de l’ACFAS in May in Ottawa might be of interest to the Cognitive Science community. UQÀM’s Cognitive Science Institute (ISC) has made a selection of workshops (limited to titles only for now, due to the availability of information) that you will find here:  http://www.isc.uqam.ca/article.php3?id_article=265
If you do not understand French, please contact the organizers of a workshop before deciding to attend, since many of them will likely be presented in French only.

The ISC is fostering two of these workshops. Presentation proposal submission is still open for both of them:
• Colloque 610 – Cognitive technologies (invited speakers, poster presentations, and round table).
Details at: http://www.isc.uqam.ca/article.php3?id_article=264
• Colloque 640 – Cognition and society (oral presentations).
Details at: http://socialcognition.wordpress.com/
While encouraging submissions in French, both of these workshops are accepting submissions in English.

An arrangement with ACFAS has been made so that students at UQÀM with an accepted presentation will have a free registration. If this is your situation, contact the organizers before paying your registration. Also, ISC will try to help coordinating the transportation of presenters from Montreal to Ottawa.

Workshops 610 and 640 are independent and have their own evaluation process, criteria and committees. Organizers of both of these workshops are accepting the same abstract to be submitted to each of the workshops providing it is relevant for both topics (final format for presentation will be poster for 610 and oral presentation for 640).

We’re looking forward to meeting you this Spring in Ottawa,

Rachid Belkouch (organizer colloque 640, belkouch.rachid@uqam.ca)
Guillaume Chicoisne (organizer colloque 610, chicoisne.guillaume@uqam.ca)

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