The 8th international conference on Quantum Interaction (QI-14) will be held at the Conference Center Lihn (www.lihn.ch) at Filzbach, Switzerland, from June 30 to July 3, 2014. QI-14 follows from previous successful meetings at Stanford University, Oxford University, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence at Saarbrücken, the AAAI Symposium at Washington DC; Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, the Paris School of Economics and the University of Leicester. More information about the topics of these conferences can be found here.
Over the years, the Quantum Interaction conferences have provided a
debating ground for applications of formal concepts of quantum theory to
a variety of areas outside of the natural remit of physics. Quantum
Interaction has developed into an emerging interdisciplinary area of
science combining research topics in mathematics, physics, psychology,
economics, cognitive and computer science. These include:
- novel aspects of decision making in a variety of social science fields,
- a better understanding of order effects in surveys and questionnaires,
- studies of non-separable concept combinations in natural language,
- information retrieval and semantic networks in computer science,
- proposals to test temporal nonlocality in perception and cognition,
- study of non-commutative structures in learning behavior.
We invite submissions of research papers in these areas and concerning any other topic relevant to the theme of the conference. For details check the registration / submission page.
Confirmed keynote speakers at QI 2014 are:
Michael Turvey, Department of Psychology, University of Connecticut, USA
Paavo Pylkkänen, Department of Philosophy and Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Skövde, Sweden & Philosophy Department, University of Helsinki, Finland
All accepted contributions will be published in a conference proceedings volume in the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) by Springer International Publishing.
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