Meet the Department of Cognitive Science at the Long Night of Research

May 12, 2022

We are very pleased to inform you that the Department of Cognitive Science will take part in the Long Night of Research in Vienna on 20 May 2022.

Full program can be found at the following links:

What is Cognitive Science? How to study the human mind?

In this series of talks, four researchers of the Department of Cognitive Science will share the highlights of their fields of research, illustrating the topics and diversity of cognitive science. You will discover different approaches to studying the human mind and learn about current topics from social and infant cognition research.

Experts Talks

The speakers will be:

  • 7 p.m.: Christophe Heintz (ACES lab - Adaptive Cognition and Economics in Society) - Is it rational to cooperate?
  • 7:15 p.m.: Natalie Sebanz (SOMBY lab - Social Mind and Body group) - How social are human minds?
  • 7:30 p.m.: Ágnes Melinda Kovacs (CDC - Cognitive Development Center) - Big minds in small bodies: How do babies think?
  • 7:45 p.m.: Azzurra Ruggeri (iSearch lab - Information Search, Ecological and Active learning Research with Children) - Why do children ask so many questions (and are the questions good?)

Entry only possible at 7 p.m.

Registration for the talk series via web