Related Conferences

There are a variety of conferences which examine the field of cognitive modeling. While our focus is on our conference (ICCM), the following related conferences may be of interest to our members:

  • Cognitive Robotics (CogRob)
    • Endowing robots and software agents with higher level cognitive functions that enable them to reason, act and perceive in changing, incompletely known, and unpredictable environments
    • July 22-23, 2012 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (held as workshop at AAAI 2012)
  • Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures (BICA)
    • The challenge of creating a real-life computational equivalent of the human mind, known as the BICA Challenge, calls for joint efforts to develop biologically-inspired intelligent agents that can be accepted and trusted by the human society
    • October 31-November 3, 2012, in Palermo, Italy
  • Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVA)
    • Intelligent virtual agents (IVAs) are interactive characters that exhibit human-like qualities and communicate with humans or with each other using natural human modalities such as speech and gesture. They are capable of realtime perception, cognition and action that allows them to participate in dynamic social environments.
    • September 12-14, 2012, in Santa Cruz, California, USA
  • Conference on Advances in Cognitive Systems (CACS)
    • Artificial intelligence and cognitive science, with aims to explain the mind in computational terms
    • December 7-9, 2012, in Mountain View, California, USA
  • Artificial General Intelligence (AGI)
    • Devoted wholly and specifically to the creation of AI systems possessing general intelligence at the human level and ultimately beyond
    • December 8-11, 2012 in Oxford, UK
  • Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS)
    • Agents and multiagent systems, with special tracks for Robotics, Virtual Agents, and Innovative Applications
    • May 6-10, 2013 in Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA
  • The International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM)
    • Our conference, with emphasis on computation-based theories of human behavior
    • July 11-14, 2013 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  • On Behavior Representation in Modeling Simulation (BRIMS)
    • Researching Human Behavior Representation (HBR)-based technologies by pulling together the disciplines of cognitive and computational modeling, sociocultural modeling, graphical and statistical modeling, network science, computer science, artificial intelligence, and engineering
    • 2013 in San Antonio, Texas, USA