Toward a Science of Consciousness Conference 2009 Location: Hong Kong Call for Papers Deadline: 2009-02-01
Toward a Science of Consciousness 2009 Announcement and Call for Papers Investigating Inner Experience Brain, Mind, Technology
In a spirit of synergy, the conference is organized along three entwined themes of Brain, Mind and Technology
Submissions of original papers related to the three themes are invited from philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, phenomenology, media, technology, games, computer science, and other related fields.
Submissions demonstrating media, technology and art attempting to simulate consciousness are invited for a special session. Prizes will be awarded for the best demos.
A Plenary Program, Pre-Conference Workshops, social events and side trips will be announced. The conference coincides with other events in June, 2009 which are part of an Asia Consciousness Festival – http://www.asia.consciousness.org
Abstract submission will be open until February 1, 2009. For registration, abstract submission and further information see http://www.asiaconsciousness.org/TSC Abstract Submissions: https://sbs.arizona.edu/project/consciousness
Abstract submitters will be notified regarding abstract assignment within two weeks of submission.
Sponsored by Hong Kong Polytechnic University, MERECL and the Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona
Conference Organizers Gino Yu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University David Chalmers, Australian National University Stuart Hameroff, The University of Arizona