2 June - Socio-cognitive modeling

The KULTA project, a collaboration between Helsinki University of Technology (TKK), National Consumer Research Center and Helsinki School of Economics, and the computational cognitive systems research group at TKK organize a multidisciplinary research seminar on socio-cognitive modeling.

The seminar is mainly intended for researchers working in disciplines related to to socio-cognitive modeling including but not limited to sociology, cognitive science, and computer science. Also practitioners interested in these questions are welcome.

     Date:  Tuesday, 2 June, 2009, starting at 9:00

     Place: T Building, Helsinki University of Technology (TKK),
            Konemiehentie 2, Espoo

Programme highlights:

   - Abstraction levels in socio-cognitive modeling
   - Modeling virtual world consumers: Case Habbo
   - Analogies between concepts and practices:
     Processes of emergence, learning, diffusion, and disintegration
   - Challenges and research questions in socio-cognitive modeling
   - Thought and hands-on experiments

Please, find the programme and additional information at



Lunch and refreshments are served and therefore we ask you to register by sending e-mail to Tommi Vatanen (first.last at tkk.fi).


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