We will also stream this seminar via Zoom. For the link, please contact us:   Mick Bonner Department of Cognitive Science Johns Hopkins University   A high-dimensional view of computational neuroscience   Brains and artificial neural networks represent information in population codes, defined by the activity patterns of many neurons. Understanding the statistical principles […]

ILST Seminar: Mini Talks 1

October 20, 2023
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Join us for mini-talks by our first-year graduate students:   Mingyang Bian – “A Commitment-Based Analysis of ‘Believe’ as an Implicature Trigger” The distribution of believe as a propositional attitude verb exhibits a complicated picture, which calls for a reasonable description of its strength. The observations that believe is typically used as a device for […]

We are pleased to host a panel discussion on careers after/in COGS with a focus on postgraduate school. The panelists are:   Bhavana Penmetsa (Col ’21)  who taught English in Spain for a year as a Fulbrighter and is now working as a project manager at the Exoneration Project, a non-profit legal service organization that helps […]