Meeting schedule

 

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Timetable

Time

Thursday, 17th January

Friday, 18th January

09:30 – 10:00

Registration & Welcome
Presentation (M. G. Bedia)

 

10:00 - 11:15

Invited Speaker: Randall Beer
(chair: X. Barandiaran)

Invited Speaker: Lola Cañamero
(chair: R. Sanz)

11:15 - 11:45

Coffee

Coffee

11:45 - 13:45

Symposium I: Sensorimotor interaction

D. Jacobs | R. Cox | O. Vilarroya

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Symposium II: Social interaction

R. Arrabales | R. Sanz | A. Castro

Symposium I: Sensorimotor interaction

J. H. Orallo | F. Calvo | M. Heras

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Symposium II: Social interaction

M. Kyselo | M. Muñoz | M. Beaton

14:00 - 15:30

Lunch

Lunch

15:45 - 17:00

Invited Speaker: William Warren
(chair: D. Jacobs)

Invited Speaker: Hanne De Jaegher
(chair: F. Calvo)

17:00 - 17:30

Coffee

Coffee

17:30 - 19:30

Symposium I: Sensorimotor interaction

M. Rohde | R. Beer | M. Aguilera & X. Barandiaran
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Symposium II: Social interaction

J. H. Orallo | C. Herrera | X. González

Invited Speaker: Ezequiel Di Paolo
(chair: M. G. Bedia)


Round Table discussion

20:30 - 23:00

Tapas-Tour

 

 

*** Invited speakers (aprox. 50' talk + discussion 25’)

*** Symposia presentations (aprox. 30’ talks + discussion 10’)

Program Highlights

Invited Speakers - Plenary Talks

Thursday 17th

Title: Evolution and Analysis of Brain-Body-Environment Systems

Author: Randall D. Beer (Cognitive Science Program, Informatics and Computing, Indiana University)

Title: Behavioral dynamics: From individual to collective behavior

Author: William Warren (Department of Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences, Brown University USA)

 

Friday 18th

Title: Robot embodiment and adaptation in affective interaction

Author: Lola Cañamero (Emotion Modeling Lab, School of Computer Science. University of Hertfordshire, UK)

Title: Participatory sense-making and social interaction.

Author: Hanne De Jaegher (IAS-Research Centre for Life, Mind, and Society, University of the Basque Country - UPV/EHU, San Sebastian, Spain)

Title: Not one, not two (reloaded)

Author: Ezequiel Di Paolo (Ikerbasque Foundation for Science, Spain & Centre for Research in Cognitive Science, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK)

 

Symposium I: Sensorimotor Interaction

Thursday 17th morning

Title:  Direct learning and flow on information-calibration manifolds

Author: David Jacobs (Perception and Action Group, Autonomous University of Madrid)

Title: Non-linear Coordination Dynamics: Focus on Motor Performance… and Beyond

Author: Ralf Cox (Department of Developmental Psychology, University of Groningen, the Netherlands)

Title: A bricoleur approach to sensorimotor cognition

Author: Oscar Vilarroya (Department of Psychiatry and Forensic Medicine, Autonomous University of Barcelona)

 

Thursday 17th afternoon

Title: Adaptation to feedback delays in human visuo-motor control. Why agent-environment interaction matters.

Author: Marieke Rohde (Department of Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Bielefeld)

Title: Information Dynamics in Minimally Cognitive Agents

Author: Randall Beer (Cognitive Science Program, Indiana University, USA)

Title: Theoretical explorations into the sensorimotor spatial coupling of oscillatory systems

Author: Miguel Aguilera, Manuel G. Bedia (Dpt. Computer Science and Engineering Systems, University of Zaragoza) & Xabier Barandiarán (IAS-research, University of the Basque Country)

 

Friday 18th morning

Title: Of plants and men: a neoGibsonian approach to minimal cognition

Author: Emma Martín & Francisco Calvo (Universidad de Murcia)

Title: On interaction complexity, (space-time) resolution and intelligences

Author: Jose Hernandez-Orallo (Department of Information Systems and Computation, Technical University of Valencia) & David L. Dowe (Computer Science and Software Engineering, Clayton School of Information Technology, Australia)

Title: Troubles in the antirepresentational paradise: enactivism, sensorymotricity and ecological psychology.

Author: Manuel Heras-Escribano, Manuel de Pinedo (Department of Philosophy, University of Granada) & Lorena Lobo (Perception and action research group, Autonomous University of Madrid)

 

Symposium II: Social Interaction

Thursday 17th morning

Title: Improving agent believability by integrating a model of intrinsic motivation in an artificial cognitive architecture

Author: Raul Arrabales (Head of the Engineering section, University Center for Technology and Digital Art, Madrid)

Title: Models as Architectural Foundations for Interaction

Author: Ricardo Sanz (Autonomous Systems Laboratory, Department of Automation, Electronic and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Madrid)

Title: Experimental results of learned behaviors in an autonomous social robot

Author: Álvaro Castro (Robotics Lab, Department of Systems Engineering and Automation, Carlos III University, Madrid)

 

Thursday 17th afternoon

Title: Interaction settings for measuring (social) intelligence in multi-agent systems

Author: Jose Hernandez-Orallo & Javier Insa-Cabrera (Department of Information Systems and Computation, Technical University of Valencia)

Title: Emotion and the expression of action readiness

Author: Carlos Herrera & Ricardo Sanz (Autonomous Systems Laboratory, Department of Automation, Electronic and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Madrid)

Title: Towards an enactive approach of musical imagery

Author: Ximena A. González Grandón (National Autonomous University of México, UNAM)

 

Friday 18th morning

Title: Towards a Socially Enacted Autonomy - Body and Self in the Light of Locked-in Syndrome and Schizophrenia

Author: Miriam Kyselo (IAS-Research Centre for Life, Mind, and Society, University of the Basque Country - UPV/EHU, San Sebastian)

Title: The role artefacts in sharing intentions

Author: María Muñoz-Serrano (Department of Linguistics, Logic and Philosophy of Science, Autonomous University of Madrid)

Title: Embodied Action and Neurophenomenology

Author: Mike Beaton (IAS-Research Centre for Life, Mind, and Society, University of the Basque Country - UPV/EHU, San Sebastian)

 

 

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