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Welcome.

Digital technologies make possible access to an enormous variety of information. They create an interface which supports how we think, what we know, how we make decisions and how we behave. Digital technologies' potential is particularly promising for scientific activities, whether in learning contexts or in professional use.
The Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus researchers investigate how these interfaces need to be created in order to encourage optimal knowledge acquisition, understanding and exchange, as well as optimal decision-making and problem-solving.

Magazin Wissensdurst

The new issue of the magazine "Wissensdurst" is published and available as PDF  (in German):


Magazin Wissensdurst (PDF)

 

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Final WCT Online Event 2020

On May 15, 2020 the final event of the WCT took place fully virtually. 

 

All greeting addresses and talks can be found online at:

www.cognitiveinterfaces.de


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International Autumn School 2019

About 20 international young researchers accepted the invitation to the Autumn School "Cognitive Interfaces" of the Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus Tübingen. From October 8 to 11, 2019 they exchanged views on digital technologies for knowledge processes in order to discover new, interdisciplinary perspectives and identify potential research projects. Renowned scientists could be won over for the workshops: Vimla L. Patel (New York State Academy of Medicine, USA) and Edward H. Shortliffe (Columbia University, USA) chaired the workshop "Digital Technology in Medicine" and Evan F. Risko (University of Waterloo, Canada) the workshop on Cognitive Offloading.

News

2020-05-04
Final WCT online event - registration now open
2020-02-28
EXTENSION GRANTED: IWM ESTABLISHES RESEARCH FIELD DATA SCIENCE FOR KNOWLEDGE MEDIA
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Interdisciplinary Research Network

The Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus Tübingen is an interdisciplinary research network of:

University of Stuttgart projects are associated

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