IBACS Meet-and-Speak Event

Date: Thursday, March 23rd & Friday, March 24th, 2017
Time: 9:00am-3:30pm
Location: UConn Alumni Center


The CT Institute for the Brain & Cognitive Sciences will be holding a two-day Meet-and-Speak event where affiliated faculty (from the Storrs campus and UConn Health Center) will give 15 minute presentations describing, in accessible language, the research they have carried out, or propose carrying out, with seed funding previously awarded by IBACS. Graduate Students affiliated with the Institute will be performing short “datablitz” style presentations about their involvement in Seed Funded or related research.

The event will provide an opportunity to learn more about the diverse research that IBACS affiliates are engaged in, and will provide a forum for cross-disciplinary networking.

We shall be providing a buffet lunch, and there will be a poster session each day as well.

Each day will start at around 9:00 (with coffee/tea) and finish at 3:30, with a break at 11:00, a sandwich lunch provided approximately 12:30-1:30 and discussion/poster session from 2:30-3:30.

If you are interested in attending all or part of this 2-day event, please register by March 17 (space and food will be limited). Attendance at each session or each day is not required, and you will be able to specify on the registration form which morning(s) or afternoon(s) you can attend.

Feel free to review The Program for the event. Click this map for information on the closest parking opportunities, North Garage and Lot 9 by the Visitor Center.

Register to attend here.

Click here to review select Presentations from the 2017 Meet and Speak.

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Colloqiua, Workshops and Lectures, etc.




  • March 31st: LINGUISTICS hosts Roumyana Pancheva, University of Southern California


  • April 5th: SPEECH, LANGUAGE & HEARING SCIENCES hosts Matt Hall in Bous A106 at 12:30 for "Language and cognition in d/Deaf children: Solving the right problems, and solving the problems right."


  • April 7th: PHILOSOPHY hosts Audrey Yap, University of Victoria





FALL 2017


  • October 21: UConn hosts New England Research on Dyslexia Society's Annual Conference

UConn Logic Group

27 January 2pm-3:30pm FSB 220 Stewart Shapiro Computing with numbers and other non-syntactic things: de re knowledge of abstract objects

10 February 2pm-3:30pm FSB 220 Shay Logan Noes and Nots

17 February 2pm-3:30pm FSB 220 Linda Brown Westrick Computable reducibility and the Baire hierarchy of functions

24 February 2pm-3:30pm FSB 220 Melissa Fusco Modality and Classical Logic

24 March 2pm-3:30pm FSB 220 Sean Walsh

(C-ALPHA Exchange Speaker) TBA

Point of Interest: 29–30 March – OSU/UConn Logic Group Workshop on Contextual Truth (at Ohio State University)

31 March 2pm-3:30pm FSB 220 Manfred Krifka TBA See Annual Logic Lecture for details.

Point of Interest: 4–6 April – UConn Logic Group/MCMP Conference

21 April 2pm-3:30pm FSB 220 Thomas Graf TBA

28 April 2pm-3:30pm FSB 220 Noah Schweber TBA