Graduate Program Flyer
... Influence the direction of computer science and other fields
Our graduate research program transcends the traditional boundaries
of computer science. Work with faculty to
Tauhidul Alam is a fresh but very energetic academician. He has
... graduation in Computer Science and Engineering from Chittagong University of
Engineering and Technology (CUET) with 3rd merit position. He also passed H.S.C from
Chittagong College in 2003 and S.S.C from Banshkhali Adarsha High School in 2001.
He has recently joined as a Lecturer at the Department o ...
Grand Challenge Problems in AI Raj Reddy, Carnegie Mellon
... Dr. Raj Reddy is the Herbert A. Simon University Professor of Computer Science and
Robotics in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. He began
his academic career as an As sistant Professor at Stanford in 1966. He has been a
member of the Carnegie Mellon faculty since 1969. He ...
Praise or flow? Two pedagogies for open-ended learning
... MOOCs have recently flourished as a new way to bring education to large numbers of people at affordable cost. However
most MOOCs so far rely on rigid structured instruction based
on prior lesson plans. Can we also develop MOOCs that follow the paradigm of open-ended, student-centered learning?
Innovative Models and New Technologies in On
... Affiliation: Technion, 2The Open Univesity
Research topic: Innovative Models and New Technologies in On-line Learning
Several topics integrated in many science curricula, such as seasonal cycles and moon phases,
require understanding of basic astronomical phenomena. These phenomena are thr ...
FACULDADE DE CIÊNCIAS E TECNOLOGIA
... several of the many outstanding seminars and talks occurring at the Computer Science
School (typically more than 1 seminar per week). From these, I would like to stress that
I was lucky enough to attend the seminars of Rodney Brooks, one of the world’s best
known roboticists, that appeared on the co ...
Research - Stanford HCI Group
... Computing tasks
within early scope
Payoff for knowing
would be ultimately
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Cognitive Science (BS) - Carnegie Mellon University
... Cognitive research draws on a variety of empirical methods, including protocol analysis and eye movement monitoring, in addition to traditional
behavioral methods. The theoretical work often involves computer simulation, drawing on both symbolic and connectionists computational
approaches. Other on- ...
On The Intersection Of Human-Computer
... “augmentation” of the human mind . Winograd’s
work shows a shift across this divide between HCI and
AI . Both AI and HCI are subfields of Computer
Science, which is fundamentally postmodern and
interdisciplinary . Computer Science doesn’t have a
unique subject, but rather applies techniqu ...
Invitation for EUSJA study trip "Computer Science Research and
... Intelligence (DFKI), and the Cluster of Excellence on “Multimodal Computing and
The department of Materials Science and Engineering of Saarland University develops
similarly. It maintains close connections to the Material Engineering Center Saarland, a
Steinbeis Research Center, the Fr ...
Cognitive Science Program
... Traditionally cognitive science is considered to draw six contributing disciplines:
COMPUTER SCIENCE (artificial intelligence), PSYCHOLOGY, BIOLOGY
(neuroscience and evolution), LINGUISTICS, PHILOSOPHY, and
ANTHROPOLOGY. Increasingly, other fields are coming into the fold, including the
arts (music, ...
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... Language of interdisciplinary communication: The absence
of such language leads to the lack of understanding between
representatives of different disciplines forming cognitive
Underestimation of results obtained by collaborators, as
well as their research efforts (“It’s trivial, isn’t i ...
... parallel versus serial processing
local versus distributed representations
Cyber-learning in cyberworlds
... Prospective advisors: Primary advisor: A/P Alexei Sourin (SCE), Co-advisor: Paul Gagnon (CED)
Cyber-learning is an important and vital part of university education. However, when more and more
information is provided electronically, it often results in disorientation and exhaust ...
DSh 2016 09 30 The building blocks of metacognition - VUB
... Academic field(s) in which the activity is situated
Professor Steve Fleming leads a cognitive neuroscience lab based at the Wellcome Trust
Centre for Neuroimaging, University College London. His research focuses on understanding
the human brain's capacity for metacognition and self-awareness, and ho ...
society, brain and behavior
... Julianne-Holt Lunstad specializes in Social and Health Psychology. Her expertise is in interdisciplinary approaches to
understanding the associations between social relationships and long-term health outcomes, factors that may influence the
association, and the pathways (biological, behavioral, & co ...
Jennifer S. Kay - Rowan University
... BSE (Computer Science and Engineering), University of Pennsylvania
BA (Mathematics), University of Pennsylvania
MS (Computer Science), Carnegie Mellon University
PhD (Computer Science), Carnegie Mellon University
Educational Robotics | Computer Science Education | Effective Syste ...
Cognitive Systems Flyer
... and the widespread access to information over the Web, suggests a more apt metaphor for a modern
computer, that of an assistant. Humans no longer use, but rather collaborate with their devices to solve a
cognitive task, with each party learning and adapting to the capabilities of the other. Communic ...
Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence
... nature of perception, knowledge, and reasoning.
By increasing our understanding of how the brain makes
sense of the world, cognitive scientists can develop new
algorithms in machine vision, computational linguistics,
and automated reasoning. Likewise, brain scientists can
propel their research with ...
artificial intelligence usage in intelligent systems
... * Department of Cybernetics and Artificial Intelligence, Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia
Peter.Sincak AT tuke.sk
We are pursuing the science & technology involved in enabling robots to play important helpful roles in hospitals, schools, elder
care, care centers, and eventually homes. The in ...
Human-Computer Interaction Institute
The Human-Computer Interaction Institute (HCII) is a department within the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is considered one of the leading centers of human-computer interaction research,and was named one of the top ten most innovative schools in information technology by Computer World in 2008. For the past three decades, the institute has been the predominant publishing force at leading HCI venues, most notably ACM CHI, where it regularly contributes more than 10% of the papers. Research at the institute aims to understand and create technology that harmonizes with and improves human capabilities by integrating aspects of computer science, design, social science, and learning science.HCII offers Human Computer Interaction (HCI) as an additional major for undergraduates, as well as a master's degree and PhDs in HCI. Students from various academic backgrounds come together from around the world to participate in this program. Students hold undergraduate degrees in psychology, design, and computer science, as well as many others. Students enter the program at various stages in their academic and professional careers. HCII research and educational programs span a full cycle of knowledge creation. The cycle includes research on how people work, play, and communicate within groups, organizations, and social structures. It includes the design, creation, and evaluation of technologies and tools to support human and social activities.