About the Association
The Central European Cognitive Science Association, CECOG is a civil association to promote cooperation in the field of cognitive science in Central Europe, taken in its traditional sense in the geographic sense, and taken in its broadest interpretation in the intellectual domain.
The association aims to foster cooperation between universities and research institutions dealing with cognitive science in the region including such countries as: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
The main activity of the association will be to organize the yearly DUCOG conference series, share graduate training information, and, later, initiate invited lecture series and summer schools.
The bylaws of the association and its organizational structure will be accepted at the founding meeting on May 22nd, 2009.
BYLAWS AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE ASSOCIATION
Organizing Committee of CECOG
and the Dubrovnik series in Cognitive Science
Melita Kovacevic, University of Zagreb
Ilona Kovács, Budapest U of Technology and Economics
Csaba Pléh, Budapest U of Technology and Economics
Managing organizers and local hosts of the conference series
Nevena Padovan, University of Zagreb
Dora Kampis, Central European University, Budapest
Managing secretary of the association Dora Kampis, Central European University, Budapest
The organization of the association was initiated at a meeting in August 2008. There, the first organizers responsible for reviewing, organizing, invitation of the tutors, and the like were proposed.