Cog Sci 2015
Last week I presented a talk entitled "A Computational Approach to Modelling the Perception of Pitch and Tonality in Music" at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society took place in Pasadena, California, 23-25 July 2015. The theme was Mind, Technology, and Society. A copy of the conference proceedings paper may be found here: https://mindmodeling.org/cogsci2015/
Cognitive scientists from around the world were invited to attend CogSci 2015, the world's premiere annual conference on cognitive science. The conference represents a broad spectrum of disciplines, topics, and methodologies from across the cognitive sciences.
In addition to the invited presentations, the program was filled with reviewed papers, symposia, presentation-based talks, member abstracts, tutorials, and workshops. The presented research spans many topics in cognitive science, including, but not limited to, anthropology, artificial intelligence, computational cognitive systems, cognitive development, cognitive neuroscience, cognitive psychology, education, linguistics, logic, machine learning, neural networks, philosophy, robotics and social network studies.