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CIFMA 2023 : Cognition: Interdisciplinary Foundations, Models and Applications

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When Nov 7, 2023 - Nov 7, 2023
Where Eindhoven
Submission Deadline Sep 8, 2023
Notification Due Oct 6, 2023
Final Version Due Oct 23, 2023
Categories    cognitive computing   formal methods   interdisciplinary approach   models and applications
 

Call For Papers

Cognition encompasses many aspects of intellectual functions and processes such as attention, knowledge, memory, judgment, reasoning, problem solving, decision making, comprehension and production of language. Although it originated from the field of psychology, it goes beyond the individual human mind and behaviour, and involves and affects the interaction with the environment in which humans act. The increasing complexity of the environment with which humans interact is no longer restricted to their natural living environment and the other humans populating it, but includes a large technological support consisting of physical and computational systems, virtual worlds and robots. This fact has expanded the scope of studying cognition to a large number of disciplines well beyond psychology. Cognitive processes are analysed from different perspectives within different contexts, notably in the fields of linguistics, neuroscience, psychiatry, psychology, education, philosophy, anthropology, linguistics, biology, systemics, logic, and computer science. These and other different approaches to the analysis of cognition are synthesised in the developing field of cognitive science, a progressively autonomous academic discipline.

The objectives of CIFMA are:

(1) to bring together practitioners and researchers from academia, industry and research institutions who are interested in the foundations and applications of cognition from the perspective of their areas of expertise and aim at a synergistic effort in integrating approaches from different areas;
(2) to nurture cooperation among researchers from different areas and establish concrete collaborations;
(3) to present formal methods to cognitive scientists as a general modelling and analysis approach, whose effectiveness goes well beyond its application to computer science and software engineering.

=== TOPICS ===

Contributions to the workshop cover the areas of education, research and technology, either in general or with a focus on formal methods. Topics are organised in possibly overlapping categories and include, but are not restricted to:

Interdisciplinary Foundations of Cognition:
philosophy of cognition
human memory and memory processes
attention
perception, visual cognition and situated cognition
cognitive models and architectures
languages for cognitive science
social cognition

Cognitive Robotics:
autonomous knowledge acquisition
motor babbling
learning by imitation
cognitive architectures for robotics
Cognitive Linguistics:
cognitive approaches to grammar
cognitive and conceptual semantics
conceptual organisation
cognitive phonology
dynamical models of language acquisition
computational models of metaphor and language acquisition

Cognitive Learning:
learning theories
cognitive development
problem solving
metacognition

Cognitive Neuroscience and Medicine:
biomedical signal and image processing
biomedical sensors and wearable systems
brain-computer interfaces and neural prostheses
brain mapping
neural and rehabilitation engineering

Logics and their application to:
human-computer interaction
human behaviour
human reasoning and problem solving
visual reasoning
human-robot interaction
linguistics

Cognitive computing:
artificial neural networks
human behaviour
cognitive analytics
human cognitive augmentation
cognitive computing hardware
AI cognitive systems

Cognition and software engineering:
integration of cognitive models and cognitive architectures within the software design and verification process
cognitive aspects in cyber-physical systems and their verification
socio-technical systems
cognitive aspects in safety analysis and verification of safety-critical systems
cognitive security
cognition hacking

Cognition and formal methods:
formal frameworks for trust reasoning
formal methods for the modeling and analysis of robotic systems
formal methods for the modeling and analysis of human behaviour
formal methods for the modeling and analysis of human interaction with computers and robots
application of formal methods to cognitive psychology
formal frameworks for trust reasoning

=== SUBMISSION ===

Link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cifma2023

Authors are invited to submit, via the above Easychair link, their contributions, which must be written in English according to one of the two categories described below.

Submissions must be prepared as a PDF using the Springer’s LNCS style available at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html. Submissions not adhering to the specified constraints of their respective category may be rejected without review (cf. IFIP's Author Code of Conduct)

CIFMA accepts contributions in two categories:

Full papers describe thorough research results and must report on original, unpublished work, not submitted for publication elsewhere. The page limit is 15 (+ 2 pages references).

Short papers report on:
- original ideas and ongoing work, possibly in an early form and without supporting evidence;
- previously published results, for their discussion and to offer CIFMA attendees a richer program and further opportunities for interaction.
The page limit is 8 (+ 2 pages references). Short paper submissions must be marked as such in the submission’s title.

Submissions of both categories must be in the scope of CIFMA and can be one of the following, subject to the above category constraints:

- Research papers: to present the analysis, interpretation, and validation of research findings.
- Position papers: to present innovative, arguable ideas, opinions or frameworks which are likely to foster discussion at the workshop.
- Interdisciplinary project papers: to describe a new interdisciplinary research project, or the status of an ongoing project or the outcomes of a recently completed project.
- Case study papers: to report on case studies, preferably in a real-world setting.
- Tool papers: to present a new tool, a new tool component or novel extensions to an existing tool.
- Tool demonstration papers: to demonstrate the tool workflow(s) and human interaction aspects, and evaluate the overall role of the tool and impact on cognitive science.
All the accepted papers will be included in the workshop programme and will appear in the workshop informal pre-proceedings, which will be available online before the workshop. They must be presented at the workshop by at least one author.

=== PUBLICATION ===

All accepted full papers will be published in the CIFMA 2023 formal post-proceedings, which will appear in the Springer LNCS-IFIP volume series (http://www.springer.com/lncs). The accepted short papers that satisfy the originality criterion are conditionally accepted for publication in the post-proceedings. Their authors will be invited to prepare a final version taking into account the feedback received after the presentation, and to submit them as full papers for a second round of reviews. Condition for inclusion in the post-proceedings is that at least one of the authors has presented the paper at the workshop.

=== PROGRAM CHAIR ===

ALESSANDRO ALDINI
Department of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Urbino, Italy.

=== PUBLICITY CHAIR AND WEBMASTER ===

PIERLUIGI GRAZIANI
Department of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Urbino, Italy.

=== KEYNOTE SPEAKER ===

DAVIDE GROSSI
Faculty of Science and Engineering Artificial Intelligence, Bernoulli Institute, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

=== CONTACT ===

For any issue, please contact (cifma2023@easychair.org)

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