Day 1: The Scope of Cognitive Research and Applications
1. AM Boris M. Velichkovsky (Dresden, Germany): "Studying cognitive systems and developing cognitive technologies" 2. AM Joachim Paul Hasebrook (Berlin, Germany): "Cognitive science impact on design and decision research" 3. PM Thierry Baccino (Paris, France): "Integrated technologies for supporting cognition and modeling natural behavior" Plus posters linked to the Day's theme.
Day 2: Neurocognitive Methods, Modeling and Praxes
4. AM Raja Parasumaran (Fairfax/ Washington, USA): "Neuroergonomics and applied cognitive research" 5. PM Frederic Deshais (Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace, Toulouse): "Towards a Neuroergonomics approach to better understand and mitigate human error". Plus oral presentations (20+5min) and posters linked to the Day's theme.
Day 3: Complex Task Analysis and Users Problems
6. AM Pertti Saariluoma (Jyväskylä, Finland): "Cognitive science and user psychology" 7. AM José J. Cañas (Granada, Spain): "Cognitive analysis of complex tasks" 8. AM Michel Denis (Paris, France): "Spatial knowledge: An interdisciplinary challenge for cognitive scientists" Plus oral presentations (20+5min) and posters linked to the Day's theme.
The list of main Speakers
- Professor Dr. Thierry Baccino (Cognitive Psychology), University of Paris VIII, France
- Professor Dr. José J. Cañas (Cognitive Ergonomics), University of Granada, Spain
- Professor Dr. Michel Denis (Cognitive Neuropsychology and Multimedia Psychology), CNRS, Paris, France
- Professor Dr. Frederic Deshais (Neuroergonomics and Human Factor Engineering), Institut Supérieur de l‘Aéronautique et de l‘Espace, Toulouse, France.
- Professor Dr. Joachim Paul Hasebrook (Management und Decision Science), Steinbeins Hochschule, Berlin, Deutschland
- Professor Dr. Raja Parasumaran (Neuroergonomics and Applied Cognition), George Mason University, Fairfax/ Washington, USA
- Professor Dr. Pertti Saariluoma (Cognitive Science and User Psychology), University of Jyväskylä, Finland
- Professor Dr. Boris M. Velichkovsky (Applied Cognitive Research) Technical University Dresden, Germany