Tutorials/workshops: July 26
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre
The 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
The workshop program of Cognitive Science 2006 will take place on
Wednesday July 26 in Vancouver, Canada, at the
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel.
Call for Workshop Proposals
Call for Workshop Proposals
The purpose of pre-conference workshops is to provide organizers and
participants with an opportunity for an in-depth discussion on a
specific topic important to cognitive science in general. Workshops
can choose to concentrate on emerging research or cross-disciplinary
topics, but can also discuss application issues.
Workshop notes should be assembled by the workshop organizers based on
the input from workshop presenters. The workshop notes should be made
available to workshop participants in printed form by the organizers
themselves. They will use the same format as the proceedings of the
main session of the Cognitive Science Conference, but will be
Each workshop is designed to be a half-day or full-day in duration.
Half-day workshops are about 3 hours long (not including breaks). Full
day workshops are about 6 hours long (not including breaks). Please
indicate the duration of your proposed workshop in your application.
Each workshop proposal should contain all the information that the
workshop chairs and the program committee need to judge the importance
and quality of the workshop and the interest in the proposed
topic. Each workshop may have one or more designated organizers and,
possibly, a workshop program committee. Workshop organizers need to
set up their own web site with the workshop materials, to be linked to
from the Cognitive Science Conference web site.
Prepare a proposal for review purposes composed of the following parts:
- Contact details:
Contact details have to include: name of contact person, affiliation,
address (including post code/zip and country), telephone, fax, e-mail,
names and affiliation of additional author(s).
A one page overview suitable for inclusion in the conference
- Topic and goals:
What is the workshop about and why do you believe this is an
interesting and significant topic? What is the expected outcome of
the workshop and its potential impact?
- Intended audience:
Which areas do you expect potential participants to come from? How
many participants do you expect? Can you name some of them? We
strongly encourage providing the workshop chairs with a list of
potential speakers at your workshop.
Is the proposal for a full-day or a half-day workshop? How much time
will be used for panel discussions, paper presentations, invited
talks, or other methods for encouraging the exchange of ideas?
How do you intend to publicize the workshop, striving to reach the
most interested and appropriate participants? Do you have any plans
to document the workshop results (beyond the notes)? Keep in mind
that the workshop papers will not be included in the
proceedings of the Cognitive Science Conference.
- List of requirements:
As part of the proposal, please specify your audio-visual and
computing equipment requirements.
Please send your proposal directly to the workshop chairs, at the email address given here. Proposals should be in
plain ASCII text (no Word, RTF, Latex, etc.).
Proposers will be notified of acceptance or rejection by March 15,
2006. Acceptance is conditional upon the proposers' compliance with
deadlines and requirements.
Abstracts of accepted workshops will be included in the calls for
participation for the conference and in the proceedings.
February 10, 2006: Submissions due at 5:00pm GMT
March 15, 2006: Notification of acceptance or rejection
April 15, 2006: Camera-ready abstract copy due for inclusion in
Frank Keller (University of Edinburgh)
Michael Schoelles (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Erik M. Altmann (Michigan State University)
Matthew Crocker (Saarland University)
Tom Griffiths (Brown University)
Glenn Gunzelmann (US Air Force)
John Hale (Michigan State University)
Todd Johnson (University of Texas, Houston)
Gary Jones (University of Derby)
Padraic Monaghan (University of York)
Yvette Tenney (BBN Labs)
Richard Young (University College London)
|Frank Keller ||Michael Schoelles|
|School of Informatics ||Cognitive Science Department|
|University of Edinburgh ||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|2 Buccleuch Place ||110 8th Street|
|Edinburgh EH8 9LW ||Troy, NY 12180|
|United Kingdom ||USA|
|Phone +44-131-650-4407 ||Phone +1-518-276-3318|
|Fax +44-131-650-4587 ||Fax +1-518-276-3017|
Email address for submissions: email@example.com