The Call for Proposals is now open (deadline: Friday 30 August 2019).
Researchers from academia, government, industry, and civic society are invited to present original theoretical, empirical, and practice-based research papers in areas including (but not limited to) the following:
- Interdisciplinary research on Sustainable Development Challenges through the lens of Cognitive Innovation and its related sub-themes, which include but are not limited to creativity, cognition, education, decision-making, behavioral change, theories of change, computational simulation and modelling, neurobiology, artificial intelligence, emerging information and communication technologies.
- Cognitive science for sustainable development research and action
- From cell to society: autopoiesis and self-organizing systems for positive change
- Kickstarting a self-sustaining culture of curiosity and lifelong learning
- Potential contributions of space research to the UN Sustainable Development Goals
- Moving forward together: intergenerational knowledge-creation, interactions, and relationships
- Kusa: self-determination, self-initiative, and agency
- Cognitive biomimicry: drawing inspiration from non-human animal cognition and social organization for human development
- Cognitive scientific approaches to class, identity, and culture
- Psychological and cognitive scientific approaches to deception, trickery, and corruption
- Cross-disciplinary endeavors: art/science/humanities/technology/design collaborations
- Practices in building interdisciplinary environments to achieve sustainable development goals.
We particularly welcome submissions related to related to the six ColLaboratoire 2020 topics:
- Facing the aging population
- Addressing compassion fatigue
- Developing environmental empathy
- Fixing social media
- Igniting education
- Reimagining sustainability.
Visit the conference website for further details and to submit an abstract.