Exciting News: Miriam Kyselo will be appointed to visiting Professor of Philosophy of Cognition (W2 level) in March 2019. Congratulations, Miriam!
Miriam Kyselo is a principal investigator in SCIoI (“Science of Intelligence”), an interdisciplinary research consortium funded by Germany’s Excellence Strategy Program. In the cluster, researchers from various disciplines, including robotics, psychology, philosophy, biology, AI and mathematics join forces to investigate one of the greatest research challenges of our time: what is intelligence? Congratulations to the… Read More Science of Intelligence (SCIoI)
NEWS: On January, 9th I was invited to give a lecture at the interdisciplinary lecture series “Autonomie und digitale Gesellschaft” (“Autonomy and Digital Society”) at the University of Bonn. The talk was in German: “Autonomie mit Anderen: das Selbst als weltgeöffnetes System”. Thanks to media scientists Thomas Bächle and Caja Thimm for the friendly and… Read More Invited Talk at Uni Bonn’s lecture series on Autonomy and Digital Society (in German)
NEWS: On December 6th Miriam gave a talk on the enactive self theory and social cognition at the colloquium of Institute of Cognitive Science in Osnabrück. The audience was wonderful: almost one hour of intense discussion and very smart questions by the coxis. Proud to be one of them! Make sure to visit the institute’s… Read More Invited Talk at Institute of Cognitive Science Osnabrück
On the 22th of November Miriam Kyselo gave a talk at the lecture series “Cognitive Science” of the Humboldt University of Berlin. Wonderful discussion! Thanks to Rasha Abdel Rahman for the invite.
NEWS: Our pre-proposal for the Excellence Cluster was successful! SCIoI is among 8 other initiatives from Berlin who made it into the second round. We are now all working hard on the full proposal! Click here for further information.
NEWS: On the 18h of October Laura Galbusera will present a poster with the title “The Intersubjective Struggle of Schizophrenia and the Healing Power of Dialogue” at the Mind and Brain School of Berlin. She presents our analysis of the Open Dialogue approach to psychosis from the perspective of enactive cognitive science. For more Infos… Read More Poster Session at the workshop “An enactive approach to psychiatry and (psycho)therapy”