[robotics-worldwide] [CfP][meetings] IJCNN 2017 Special Session on COGNITION AND DEVELOPMENT
Di Nuovo, Alessandro
A.DiNuovo at shu.ac.uk
Tue Nov 15 09:06:48 PST 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS
IEEE IJCNN 2017 Special Session on COGNITION AND DEVELOPMENT
May 14-19, 2017, Anchorage, Alaska, USA.
Important Dates (same as main conference look on the website for updates):
Paper submission: December 1, 2016 (EXTENDED)
Paper decision notification: January 20, 2017
Camera-ready submission: February 20, 2017
Dates are the same as main conference, please check the IJCNN website for updates: www.ijcnn.org
All papers submitted to the special sessions will be subject to the same peer-review procedure as regular papers, accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings.
Templates and instruction for authors are provided on the IJCNN submission webpage https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.ijcnn.org_paper-2Dsubmission&d=DgIFAg&c=clK7kQUTWtAVEOVIgvi0NU5BOUHhpN0H8p7CSfnc_gI&r=0w3solp5fswiyWF2RL6rStC00sfV_qVWqlcnmGhKrRoTMim5rLso-FTzVW2NfNyo&m=FWl7uGL_QrNoQFpHf2sPlakCKlDtlalGHyaLyy8jb-M&s=l4Vo-fQ7lDPck0MXDHDs0F3Xk5wzZQF7pMWOcoqLp6U&e=
Please make sure to select the Special Session "Cognition and Development" (under "S. SPECIAL SESSION TOPICS") as the "Main Research topic" of your submission.
Aim and Scope
The special session aims at the presentation of the latest models and results in the investigation of developmental issues in cognitive development and their application to computational and robotics models. In particular it encourages submissions on neural computation and cognitive robotics models of sensorimotor, cognitive and social development inspired by our understanding of human development, or used to improve this understanding in interaction with psychology and neuroscience. These include evolutionary and developmental models of the origins of intrinsic motivation, perceptual and motor development, social learning and interaction, imitation, acquisition of communicative and linguistic skills, and reasoning.
Scientific challenges addressed by these models include: What are the mechanisms that allow a child (and a robot) to develop autonomously cognitive capabilities? How does the social and physical environment, with which the child interacts, shape and scaffold the child's developing cognitive skills and knowledge? What are the constraints and the cognitive primitives that are needed to bootstrap development? What do qualitative stages during development, and body and brain maturational changes, tell us about the mechanisms and principles supporting development?
The special session also encourages submissions from the empirical developmental science disciplines, such as child psychology, developmental linguistics and neuroscience, and interdisciplinary approaches to cognition and development.
List of Main Topics
* Developmental robotics
* Epigenetic robotics
* Bio-inspired and cognitive robotics
* Cognitive modelling
* Intrinsic motivation
* Sensorimotor development
* Cognitive development
* Social development
* Language acquisition
Alessandro Di Nuovo, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Pierre-Yves Oudeyer, INRIA, Bordeaux, France
Angelo Cangelosi, University of Plymouth, UK
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