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Das Tanztheremin - A Public Engagement installation by the Somby MusicLab at the Art IN Academia exhibition

February 1, 2018

Thomas Wolf, a researcher in the Somby MusicLab, developed the public engagement project Das Tanztheremin for the exhibition Art IN Academia. The exhibition took place in early 2018 in the Galeria Centralis, Budapest. Das Tanztheremin is an interactive art installation as well as an experimental paradigm. Installed in exhibition spaces, it invites visitors to create sounds together and allows researchers to test scientific hypotheses about how people coordinate their actions in time, in space and in other domains such as musical pitch and harmony.

Postgraduate summer course “Thinking About the Possible” at Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary, 9 July - 14 July, 2018

December 15, 2017

CEU’s summer program invites applications world-wide from early-career researchers, including PhD and MA students, and postdoctoral fellows. Undergraduates will not be considered.

THINKING ABOUT THE POSSIBLE 

Natalie Sebanz elected as member of the German National Academy of Sciences

December 4, 2017

We are happy to announce that Social Mind Center co-director, Natalie Sebanz, has been elected as member  of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina. 

CEU Summer School on "Creative Cognition: Evolutions, Processes, Applications"

January 2, 2017

We are happy to announce the next Summer University course

CREATIVE COGNITION: EVOLUTIONS, PROCESSES, APPLICATIONS

organized by Gunther Knoblich (Department of Cognitive Science, CEU, Hungary) and Penny Lewis (CUBRIC, University of Cardiff, UK);

held between 3-7 July, 2017 at Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

Application deadline: February 14, 2017

BRIEF COURSE DESCRIPTION

JAM VII will take place in Queen Mary University of London, UK from 22nd to 25th July, 2017

October 21, 2016

We invite you to attend the 7th bi-annual Joint Action Meeting (JAM) which brings together cognitive scientists and researchers from related disciplines studying individuals’ ability to act together.