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The Cognitive Systems Research Institute (CSRI) is a research organisation, in Athens, Greece. The institute establishes highly interdisciplinary research teams that bring together Computer Science, Linguistics and Psychology in theoretical modelling, experimental exploration and computational implementation of language, perception and action integration. In particular, it focuses on placing language science and multisensory perception dynamically in Cognitive Systems research, technology development and education. CSRI promotes the cross-fertilisation of methods, findings and tools from different disciplines under the common goal of developing cognitive artificial agents...read more

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Seven years of POETICON research (2008-2015). A spot for the POETICON and POETICON++ projects.

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International Conference on Timing and Time Perception - Check out the online proceedings!

Corfu, Greece March 31–April 3, 2014

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CSRI is actively participating in the Brain Awareness Week (BAW).

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Athens, 18-21 March 2013. The RobotDoc/POETICON++ spring school focusses on Cognitive Robotics, and in particular, on experimental findings and computational mechanisms for the integration of language, perception and action and for endowing robots with high level cognitive skills.

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POETICON++ Kick off Meeting, Athens, 24 & 25 January 2012. CSRI launches POETICON++, a new four year research and development project in Cognitive Systems.

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Multidisciplinary Aspects of Time and Time Perception, LNAI 6789, Springer Verlag, by A. Vatakis et al. (eds), is out!

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AAAI Workshop on Language & Action Tools for Cognitive Artificial Agents, San Francisco, 7 & 8 August 2011. CSRI gained sponsorship for its two-day workshop from Google and the EuCognition Network.

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Neuromorphic Engineering Workshop, Telluride, Colorado, 26 June - 17 July 2011. CSRI researchers join forces with Prof. Aloimonos and Dr Fermueller (University of Maryland) and Prof. Andreou (John Hopkins University) in the CogRob team, for the first ever demonstration of a robot being an active interpreter integrating visual and auditory perception and language-based embodied reasoning in Scene Understanding.

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