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15.03.2016

Program of the Conference “Events Representation: Integrated Approach in Cognitive Sciences”

Ministry of education and science of Russia

Russian State University for the Humanities

Centre for Cognitive Programs and Technologies

Annual International Forum

“Readings in Humanities 2016 at RSUH”

Conference

 “Events Representation: Integrated Approach in Cognitive Sciences

(March 31- April 1, 2016)

http://cognitive.rggu.ru/

 8 (495) 250-65-11

Moscow, Chayanova St., 15

Program

Time for presentations – 20 min

Thursday, March 31, 2016

14.00 – 19.00

Council Hall

OPENING

Efim I. Piovar, Prof., Dr., Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, President of RSUH

Evgenii N. Ivakhnenko Dr., Prof., Rector of RSUH

Chair:

 Vera I. Zabotkina, Prof.,Dr., Vice-Rector for innovative international projects at RSUH,

Director, Center for Cognitive Programs and Technologies

Ernst Pöppel, Prof., Dr., Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich, Germany

Alexander O. Chubaryan, Prof., Dr., Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, co-chairman of Academic Educational Association for Humanities

On broadening the spectrum of cognitive sciences.

Vera I. Zabotkina, Prof., Dr.,Vice-Rector for innovative international projects;

Director, Center for cognitive programs and technologies

Representation of events in cognitive science:  integration of integrations

Konstantin V. Anokhin, Prof., Dr., Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Laboratory for Neurobiology of Memory P.K.Anokhin Institute of Normal Physiology, Department of Neuroscience, National Research Center "Kurchatov Institute"

The cognitome: representation of the world in the connectome hypernetwork

Ernst Pöppel, добавить Prof., Dr., LMU Humanwissenshaftlichen Zentrum, Munich, Germany Nothing in cognitive science makes sense except in the light of time windows

Valerii Demiankov, Prof., Dr., Deputy Director, Institute of Linguistics RAS

Conference on Event Representation – is not Cognitive Event Only

 

16.00 – 16.30 Coffee break

Eva Ruhnau, Prof., Dr., LMU Humanwissenshaftlichen Zentrum, Munich, Germany

What are Events? Conceptual considerations from Philosophy, physics, and cognitive science

Viktor K. Finn, Prof, Dr, Head of Intellectual systems in the humanities department, Institute of Linguistics RSUH

DSM - method of automated support in research and evolutionary epistemology

Oleg M. Anshakov, Prof., Dr., RSUH., T. Gergely, Prof., Dr.,  Applied Logic Laboratory (Budapest, Hungary)

Cognizing 2.0 - complex events in the formal theory of cognitive reasoning

Aleksei D. Koshelev, PhD (Maths), associate prof., editor-in-chief, Publishing house “Languages of Slavic Culture”

George B. Shabat., Prof., Dr., RSUH

On the representation of scientific discoveries in the digital era

18.30 – 19.00 Discussion

 

Friday, April 1, 2016

10.00 – 14.00

Lecture Room 228

Chair:

Yunna E. Kravchenko , PhD (psycology), associate professor, Institute of psychology RSUH

Emmanuel Sander, Prof., Dr., Université Paris-8 (France)

Emmanuel Sander, Prof., Department of psychology, Université Paris-8 (France)

What makes event recognition so conceptual?

Maria V. Falikman, PhD in Psychology, Senior Researcher. Lomonosov Moscow State University

Attention and representations construal

Yunna E. Kravchenko , PhD (psycology), associate professor, Institute of psychology RSUH

The role of representation in emotional behavior

Didier Bottineau, CNRS, UMR 7187 LDI (Lexiques, Dictionnaires, Informatique), Université Paris Nord

 How do languages synthesize event representation?

 

Andrei A. Kibrik, Prof., Dr., chief researcher Institute of linguistics RAS, Lomonosov Moscow State University

Olga V. Fedorova, Dr., associate prof., philological faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University

What determines the event structure of discourse?

 

Mikhail E. Epifanov, associate prof, Center for program and linguistic support of intellectual systems RSUH

Relational model of event chronology

 

Olga K. Iriskhanova, Prof., Dr., director, Center for sociocognitive research of discourse, Moscow State Linguistic University, chief researcher Institute of linguistics RAS

Social distortion in representing events and natural objects

12.00 – 12.30 Coffee break

Alla V. Kirilina, Prof., Dr., vice-rector, Moscow Institute of Linguistics

Diagnostics of interethnic tension in the Internet: linguistic data and search engines potential

 

Suren T. Zolyan, Prof., Dr., chief researcher, Institute of philosophy of Armenian national academy of science, chief researcher, Institute of prospective research, Moscow Pedagogical State University

“The same” historic event: semantics and pragmatics

 

Yury Troitsky, Prof., Russian State University for the Humanities

Cognitive models of representation

 

Artemii A. Kotov , PhD (Philology), chief researcher, Department of cognitive technologies   NBICS -center “Kurchatov Institute”

How a robot sees emotional events: linguistic model

 

14.00 – 15.00    Dinner

Chair:

Elena М. Pozdnyakova, Dr., Prof., chief researcher at Center for Cognitive Programs and Technologies, RSUH, professor at Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foereign Affairs RF

Didier Bottineau, CNRS, UMR 7187 LDI (Lexiques, Dictionnaires, Informatique), Université Paris Nord

Elena М. Pozdnyakova, Dr., Prof., chief researcher at Center for Cognitive Programs and Technologies, RSUH, professor at Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foereign Affairs RF

One event – many representations: what does a cognitive linguist notice in the news feed texts in the Internet?

Larissa A. Manerko, Prof., Dr., Head of theory and practice of the English language department at «Higher school of translation studies”, Lomonosov Moscow State University

Scientific invention as an event: the construal of knowledge structures in scientific discourse

Konsantin I. Beloussov, Prof., Dr, Department of theoretical and applied linguistics, Perm State National Research University,

Elena V. Erofeeva, Prof., Dr., Head of Department of theoretical and applied linguistics, Perm State National Research University

Representation of the concept “scientific event” in the linguistic consciousness and texts

Elena V. Petroukhina, Prof., Dr., Department of the Russian language, Lomonosov Moscow State University

The role of grammar in event representation ( Russian language study)

Ekaterina Golubkova, Dr., Prof., professor of the Department of English lexicology of the faculty of Humanitarian and Applied studies at Moscow State Linguistic University                                                                                                                           Precedent names as event representatives

Andrei E. Levitskii, Prof., Dr., Department of linguistics, translation studies and intercultural communication, Lomonosov Moscow State University

English Marriage from Cognitive, Communicative and Pragmatic Perspectives                                              

Ekaterina Yu. Khrisonopulo, PhD ( philology), associate professor at the Department of Cross-Cultural Communication, Saint-Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts         Alternations of prepositional phrases and the event categorization of a nominal in discourse: the case of English

Lyudmila  A. Zapevalova , PhD (philology), associate professor, Ural Federal University

Categorical-semantic modeling as a tool of view of the world representation

Ekaterina S. Khudiakova, PhD (philology), associate professor, Department of theoretical and applied linguistics, Perm State National Research University

Representation of events in the narratives of children aged 4-5 years

18.00 – 18.30 Discussion

Closing of the conference

Evgenii N. Ivakhnenko Dr., Prof., Rector of RSUH

Vera I. Zabotkina, Prof.,Dr., Vice-Rector for innovative international projects at RSUH,

Director, Center for Cognitive Programs and Technologies

 


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