The Spatial Cognition conferences form a series of biannual interdisciplinary events dedicated to all aspects of intelligent spatial information processing in humans and technical systems. The series originated from various workshops and colloquia that have been organized in the framework of the Spatial Cognition Priority Program that has been funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) from 1996 to 2002. The first Spatial Cognition conference proper in this series was held in 2004. All conferences, as well as the above-mentioned workshops have been documented in the Spatial Cognition book series published in the Springer Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) series.
05-08 Sep 2018
Spatial Cognition 2018, Tuebingen, Germany
05-09 Mar 2018
Block course by Dr. Soenke Ziesche, UN / Maldives National U
16 Jan 2018
Wanted: Participants for longitudinal study (call in German)
02 Jan 2018
Springer LNAI 10523 Spatial Cognition X out now!
15 Sep 2017
Talk by Prof. Munehiro Fukuda, University of Washington Bothell
06 Jul 2017
Course on probabilistic modeling with Bayesian networks by Prof. Peter Haddawy