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Special Session on Cognitive Cybernetics and Brain Modeling

The major aim of this workshop is to bring researchers from different fields to address computational and cognitive problems faced and solved by biological systems. Consequently, the range of topics covered in this session is wide, including but not limited to, robotics, biomechanics, neural networks, machine learning, brain and cognitive modeling, computer vision, brain machine interface, and experimental studies addressing human brain function and behavior.

Call for speakers:

Prospective presenters are asked to submit an extended abstract of about one page (up to a maximum of three pages) to the address [erhan AT atr DOT jp] no later than June 22th, 2009. The notification of the decision for the inclusion in the special session will be sent out on July 15, 2009.

Submission from diverse fields are encouraged. For informal inquiries please directly contact with the chair at the email address given above.

Erhan OztopJST-ICORP Computational Brain Project & NICT & ATR-CNSJapan

Program Committee Members:
Tamim AsfourComputer Science Department, University of KarlsruheGermany
Jan BabicJozef Stefan Institute, Department for Automation, Biocybernetics, and RoboticsSlovenia
Mihail BotaUniversity of Southern CaliforniaU.S.A
Thierry ChaminadeMediterranean Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience, CNRSFrance
Auke Jan IjspeertComputer and Communication Sciences, EPFLSwitzerland
Jan MorenKyoto UniversityJapan
Jun MorimotoATR Computational Neuroscience Labs.Japan
Ales UdeJozef Stefan Institute, Department of Automatics, Biocybernetics, and RoboticsJapan
Junmei ZhuFIAS (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies)U.S.A.