Mathematics and Cognition Seminar



               

Spring 2010 Schedule


The Mathematics and Cognition Seminar is a informal seminar  dedicated to the discussion of topics surrounding the intersection  of mathematics with neural physiology, psychophysics, biological  and computer vision, animal, machine and social information processing  and communication, and motion control of hard and wet-ware individually and en mass via  hybrid combinations of neural, genetic, biological and machine  feedback. The intent of this seminar is to maintain a rather wide interdisciplinary focus and to encourage the most open exchange  of ideas. Our purpose is to strike as many sparks in as many directions as possible.

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For additional information, contact: 

tom.taylor@asu.edu



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