Research & Lab Work Opportunity — Steve DiPaola — SFU

Posted by: grahamhaber | April 15, 2014

Steve DiPaola, Associate Professor and Director of the Cognitive Science Program at SFU, runs an active lab of PhD and postdoc students. His lab works on: Computational modelling of the human traits of expression and creativity. Expression in the form of AI based 3D avatars and animated facial systems used to study emotion and behaviour, [...]

[Continue Reading ...]

Filed under: Uncategorized

C&I Grants: $10,000 for students to collaborate w. community!

Posted by: grahamhaber | February 10, 2014

TRANSFORM AN IDEA INTO ACTION through the Chapman and Innovation Grants. Students can apply for up to $10,000 to implement a community project this summer, between May-August 2014. Need money for a good cause, just ask for it. If you’ve got an idea for a project that meets a community organization’s needs, but need some [...]

[Continue Reading ...]

Filed under: Uncategorized

10 hr/wk RAship(s) Available for Research on Cognition and Environmental Sustainability

Posted by: grahamhaber | January 8, 2014

Please contact Prof. Jiaying Zhao at <jiayingz@psych.ubc.ca> and see RA_description_JZ for details.

[Continue Reading ...]

Filed under: Uncategorized

Explore Guatemala this winter with Operation Groundswell

Posted by: grahamhaber | November 27, 2013

                                Step outside of the classroom and into the real world for a truly immersive cultural experience. Operation Groundswell is looking for globally active and socially conscious students to join us this winter in Guatemala. We will venture off the [...]

[Continue Reading ...]

Filed under: Uncategorized

Psychology Department Colloquia

Posted by: grahamhaber | November 2, 2013

We are delighted to announce the upcoming visits of three outstanding candidates for the Developmental Psychology position, with a focus on Cognitive Development. Each candidate will give a colloquium on the first day of their visit, at 12:30 in the lounge. We look forward to seeing you there for this most important activity – selecting [...]

[Continue Reading ...]

Filed under: Uncategorized

Practice MCAT – Nov 2nd

Posted by: grahamhaber | October 29, 2013

[Continue Reading ...]

Filed under: Uncategorized

Talk: Rick Dale – Thursday October 24th at 11:00

Posted by: grahamhaber | October 23, 2013

Rick Dale, Associate Professor of Cognitive and Information Science at the University of California Merced, is giving at talk on Thursday, October 24th from 11:00 – 12:30 in AnSo 207. All interested COGS students are encouraged to attend. The talk is entitled: Visualizing and quantifying how language is layered and ordered in time Abstract: Human [...]

[Continue Reading ...]

Filed under: Uncategorized

University of Washington PhD Program

Posted by: grahamhaber | October 22, 2013

For those of you considering going on to grad school, The University of Washington offers a PhD in Human Centred Design and Engineering which may be of some interest. The faculty’s teaching and research focus on six interrelated areas of study: Influencing Behavior, Thinking, and Awareness Design for Emergent Collaborations and Organizations Low Resource and [...]

[Continue Reading ...]

Filed under: Uncategorized

New Program Coordinator!

Posted by: becky | August 21, 2013

Graham Haber has taken over for Becky Laturnus as the new Cognitive Systems Program Coordinator. Please contact him with all of your advising questions.

[Continue Reading ...]

Filed under: Uncategorized

Café Neuroéthique – Advances in Brain Research for Brain Injury and Consciousness

Posted by: becky | May 10, 2013

Cognitive Systems students are invited to an evening of discussion on the ethics and challenges in traumatic brain injury and neuroimaging. This event is happening on June 11th. Please see the attached flyer for further details.

[Continue Reading ...]

Filed under: Announcements, Events

UBC Cognitive Systems

a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

Cognitive Systems Program
Stores Road Annex
Vancouver, BC,
Tel 604-827-5468

Emergency Procedures | Accessibility | Contact UBC | ©2009 University of British Columbia