The 5th International Conference of the Cognitive Science
July 26, 2006 at Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre,
Vancouver, BC, Canada
We are pleased to invite submissions to 5th ICCS2006, the Fifth International Conference
of the Cognitive Science Society (in the Asian-Pacific region), to be held at Sheraton
Vancouver Wall Centre in Vancouver, Canada, July 26, 2006. This is the Asian-Pacific
version of the international series of the conferences in cognitive science. Cognitive
science pursues a scientific understanding of the mind through all available
methodologies, notably those of anthropology, artificial intelligence, computer science,
education, linguistics, learning sciences, logic, neuroscience, philosophy, and
psychology, or other, newly developing methodologies that are most appropriate to
promote the science.
This is the fifth conference of such an endeavor, following the ones held in Korea (1997),
Japan (1999), China (2001), and Australia (2003). This conference is structured to hold
ten workshops/symposia to represent current interests and cutting edge thoughts from
Asia-Pacific regions, followed by the poster session open to members of
cognitive science societies worldwide. It will be held in conjunction with The 28th
Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, July 26-29 (tutorials and workshops
on July 26) at the same venue.
Registration for ICCS2006 will let you
attend this conference, and vice versa.
Individual poster submissions due: February 27, 2006
Acceptance notifications: April 30, 2006
Final camera-ready copies due: May 20, 2006
Instructions for Submissions
This year, we will only call for submissions of POSTER presentations,
which will be published as 2-page papers in the Proceedings. The URL to
use for submissions is https://precisionconference.com/~cogsci/.
This URL will lead you into Cognitive Science Society Online Conferences
Site. You will be asked to register first (that is, to set your User ID
and Password), and login to submit your contribution. Please follow the
Submissions will be reviewed by an international panel of experts
according to their significance and the relevance to a broad audience of
the international understandings of cognitive science. We will also
count the originality, technical merit, and the clarity of presentation.
As an issue of fairness, submissions that are over 2 pages will be
rejected without review. Similarly, submission files that are not
readable or editable will be rejected without review.
All submissions must be in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) files. These files must be readable by
the standard Acrobat Reader and editable by people other than the author. The details
of the required format are described in the sample documents below. For your
convenience, there is a files for Microsoft Word that you can use as a template. Please do not edit the margins or font settings of this file.
Template: Microsoft Word.
To see what this looks like, here is a PDF version.
If you need instructions on converting files to PDF, please look here.
Note the deadlines for receipt of submission materials above. Authors whose submissions
are accepted on the regular program and to appear in the Proceedings may be notified in
time to return final versions of their Proceedings contributions by late April.
Publication is subject to meeting deadlines and format requirements.
For information about conference registration, check out
http://www.cognitivesciencesociety.org after March 1st, 2006. For information about
conference travel and housing, check out
http://www.cogsci.rpi.edu/~rsun/cogsci2006/local.html after March 1st, 2006. Please do
not direct queries about conference registration, travel, or lodging to any of the email addresses of Chairs and/or Conference Steering Committee members.
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Organizer: Hiroshi Yama (Kobe College, Japan)
Language-specific semantics and categorization
Organizer:Soonja Choi (San Diego State University)
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Organizers:Karl MacDorman & Hirosih Ishiguro, Osaka University, Japan
Title:Influence of culture and language on concepts and cognitive functions
Organizer: Mutsumi Imai, Keio Univeristy, Japan
Title:Internal Observation as a Method for Constructive Science
Organizer: Hideyuki Nakashima (Future University - Hakodate)
Naomi Miyake, Chukyo University, JAPAN
Naomi Miyake, Chukyo University, JAPAN
Wayne Gray, Rensselaer, USA
Steering Committee Members:
CHO Sook Whan
DO Kyungo Soo