Swedish Cognitive Science Society
The aim of SweCog is to support networking among researchers in Sweden, with the goal of creating a strong interdisciplinary cluster of cognitive science oriented research within Sweden. In practice, we will arrange conferences and help with exchanges among Swedish universities with research in cognitive science.
SweCog is building on the network developed within the Swedish National Graduate School of Cognitive Science, previously hosted here. All researchers with an interest in cognitive science, broadly conceived, are welcome to register with SweCog.
Please contact the board for more information.
Bylaws (in swedish)
The SweCog Board
|Alexander Almér||University of Gothenburg|
|Anton Axelsson||Uppsala University||Webmaster|
|Erik Billing||Högskolan i Skövde||Chair|
|Linus Holm||Umeå University|
|Arne Jönsson||Linköping University|
|Robert Lowe||University of Gothenburg|
|Annika Wallin||Lund University|
How SweCog handles your personal information
Contact information will be stored and handled by Sveriges Kognitionsvetenskapliga Förening (henceforth SweCog) as a means of communication with its members. The contact information of members may also be shared with the affiliates of SweCog. However, the contact details will not be sold to any third party and will not be used for commercial purposes. Anyone registered with SweCog has the right to request a transcript of any personal information held on him or her by SweCog. Swecog is responsible for keeping personal information up-to-date and will amend any faulty contact information upon request.
Full membership is reserved for researchers and PhD students at universities, which give these members the right to vote at the SweCog annual meetings. We welcome students, industry, and public sector representatives as support members.