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SpTh2 2012 : Spatial Thinking 2

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Link: http://www.uibk.ac.at/gestaltung/spatial-thinking2/
 
When Nov 9, 2012 - Nov 10, 2012
Where Innsbruck, Austria
Submission Deadline May 31, 2012
Categories    architecture   neurophilosophy   technology   cognitive neuroscience
 

Call For Papers

Designed as an interdisciplinary meeting of minds, Spatial Thinking2 welcomes architecturally relevant considerations from all fields of study. We especially look forward to receiving approaches which incorporate enlightenments drawn from cognitive neuroscience to illustrate unique concepts and visions.
The potential of modern neuroscientific methods and their application to questions concerning the workings of the mind are providing fresh insight and encourage myriad concepts.
Paper submissions are invited to present both theory and practice-based novel epistemological approaches, exemplifying their significance in relation to architecture.

Please send abstracts of no more than 300 words, as well as a short CV to spatialthinking2@uibk.ac.at

Submission deadline for abstracts: 31st May 2012
Notification of acceptance: 29th June 2012
Symposium: 9th November - 10th November 2012, Innsbruck, Austria

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