For our next CoSCo on Tuesday, 7th Feb, at 5 pm in NB 149 we invited an external guest speaker.
Jonas Nölle is a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh. He is going to give a presentation entitled Motivation of Structure in the Evolution of Communication Systems. Read the abstract here.
Please join us for an interesting talk and discussions over a glass of wine (or water or orange juice). After the talk – once the last drop of wine is spilled – we are going to have some dinner and possibly breathe Newcastle’s pub air (location can be discussed at the meeting).
we hope you had a good, relaxing (or productive) holiday. To kickstart the new year, we invite you to another one of our Science Jams on Wednesday, 18th January, at 5 pm in NB 149.
During the meeting, we can also discuss plans how to go forward in the new year and what we might have in mind for the next few months. Any ideas from your side would be greatly appreciated.
See you hopefully next week,
Gerrit & Ash
On Tuesday, 25th of October at 5 pm in NB 252 we welcome back all old (and greet any new) CoSCodians to our Science Jam and first meeting of the new academic year. (Wine and water will be served, too.)
Find out more about what we mean by Science Jam here.
Ash and I are looking forward to seeing many of you there.
I am pleased to invite you all to a very last minute summer Cosco meeting tomorrow, Wednesday 22nd June at 5 pm in NB 149.
We are looking forward to hearing Andriy give a paper entitled:
Simulated representations: From single concept to cross-domain overlap and interface interactions
See abstract here.
On Tuesday, May 24, at 5 pm we will hold our second science jam after the great success of the first one. Come along to NB 149. Find out more here.
We are excited to have Prof Ewa Dąbrowska give a presentation entitled “Aptitude, focus on form and motivation in er… first language acquisition” on Wednesday, 11th of May, at 5pm in our usual NB 149. Read the abstract here.
After the successful inauguration of our research group in October (thanks to our speaker Larry Taylor & everyone who came along and joined some interesting discussions!), we’re getting ready for the follow up. Our own Ashley Chapman will deliver a paper called “Verbs as Spatial Cues” on Tuesday, 1st of December 2015 at 5 pm in room NB 149 (Northumberland Building, first floor). Please spread the word and come along.
For more information and abstracts, check out the event page here or email one of the organisers: Ash[at]CoSCo.org.uk or Gerrit[at]CoSCo.org.uk.
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