A new project has been accepted for Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity Start-up

The following project, for which Dr. Li serves as Principal Investigator, has been accepted for Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity Start-up. Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity Start-up“Computationally analyzing the hierarchical complexity of infants’ social coordination on multi scales in natural daily life to investigate infants’ cognitive development” [KAKEN] Principal Investigator: Jiarui Li Period: 2022.09-2024.03

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Paper written by Dr. Philippsen (Project Researcher until 2021) has been accepted in PLoS ONE

A paper written by Dr. Philippsen (Project Researcher until 2021) has been accepted in PLoS ONE. It presents a neural network analysis of human perception in social context in collaboration with Dr. Sciutti at Italian Institute of Technology. Maria Tsfasman, Anja Philippsen, Carlo Mazzola, Serge Thill, Alessandra Sciutti, and Yukie Nagai, “The world seems different in a social context: A […]

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A new project has been accepted for Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A) (Publicly)

The following project, for which Dr. Daikoku serves as Principal Investigator, has been accepted for Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A) (Publicly). Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A) “当事者化の認知基盤の統一的理解と,当事者化支援システムの開発” [KAKEN] Principal Investigator: Tatsuya Daikoku Period: 2022.06-2024.03

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Paper written by Dr. Li has been accepted in ICDL2022

A paper written by Dr. Li has been accepted in the 12th IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning. It presents a multi-scale analysis of infant-caregiver speech interaction. Jiarui Li, Marisa Casillas, Sho Tsuji, and Yukie Nagai, “Multi-scale analysis of vocal coordination in infant-caregiver daily interaction,” in Proceedings of the 12th IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning, accepted, September […]

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Paper written by Dr. Philippsen (Project Researcher until 2021) has been accepted in Frontiers in Neurorobotics

A paper written by Dr. Philippsen (Project Researcher until 2021) has been accepted in Frontiers in Neurorobotics. It presents a neural network model that can account for development and diversity in child drawing. Anja K. Philippsen, Sho Tsuji, and Yukie Nagai, “Simulating developmental and individual differences of drawing behavior in children using a predictive-coding model,” Frontiers in Neurorobotics, in press. […]

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Workshop on “Neurodiversity of Cognitive Feelings” will be held at IEEE ICDL 2022

We are going to organize a workshop on “Neurodiversity of Cognitive Feelings” at the 2022 IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning, which will be held in London, UK on September 12-15, 2022. This workshop aims to bring together multidisciplinary researchers from developmental psychology, cognitive sciences, neuroscience, and robotics to share their expertise on cognitive feeling and emotional sensations across […]

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