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CFP: Enaction Summer School 2009

Posted in CFP by Tom Froese on July 21, 2008

I’m forwarding the call for participation in next year’s Enaction Summer School below. For information about the previous summer schools, please click here.

Cheers,
Tom

Hello everybody.

As agreed, we will be organizing in 2009 a new Summer School on Enaction and Cognitive Science which will take place from 21-30 July in Bangalore, India, in the buildings of the National Institute of
Advanced Studies (NIAS). You will find attached a very brief presentation of the project. The list of invited speakers is not yet finalized: for the moment we are contacting Arindam Chakrabarti
(University of Hawaii), Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad (University of Lancaster), Maxine Sheets-Johnstone (University of Oregon), Michel Bitbol (CREA, Paris).

We are deliberately sending you this message before the summer so that you will have time to consider your possible participation. The cost will be approximately 1500 euros (travel included), but this year we will probably not have financial support (although we are making some requests), so we will probably not be able to help you financially. In addition, we have not planned any particular selection of participants. However, since it is a School, if the requests are too numerous we will give priority to young scientists.

We would like to receive notice of your firm intention to participate by the end of September at the latest, and we will need a definite decision (with financial engagement) before the end of the year. Do
not hesitate to spread this information.

Meanwhile: have a good summer!
Olivier Gapenne

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