Presentations

These are presentations that students have given at various external events based on the submission of a peer-reviewed abstract or paper, or based on an invitation.

2016

  • Dotov, D. (2016). The quantification of patterns of movement coordination reveals increased stability or increased regularity in three different motor skills in Parkinson’s disease. Physiological Data and Time Series Analytics Workshop, Dec., Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK [Talk]
  • Zapata-Fonseca, L., Dotov, D., Fossion, R., and Froese, T. (2016). Time-series analysis for studying social cognition. Multidisciplinary Workshop on the Analysis of Medical, Physiological and Biological Data, Nov., Centre of Complexity Sciences, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico [Invited talk]
  • Dotov, D. (2016). Quantifying rigid patterns of coordination across different motor skills in Parkinson’s disease. Multidisciplinary Workshop on the Analysis of Medical, Physiological and Biological Data, Nov., Centre of Complexity Sciences, UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico [Invited talk]
  • Dotov, D. (2016). Chaos synchronization as an auditory-motor task for improved motor learning. Dynamic Days Latin America and the Caribbean. Oct. 24 – Nov. 1, Puebla, Mexico [Talk]
  • Campos Bravo, J. I. and Froese, T. (2016). Multiple action switching in embodied agents evolved for referential communication. The Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALIFE XV). July 4-8, Cancun, Mexico [LBA Poster]
  • Cruz Bárcenas, L. and Froese, T. (2016). An evolutionary robotic model of explicit agency detection. The Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALIFE XV). July 4-8, Cancun, Mexico [LBA Poster]
  • Dotov, D. and Froese, T. (2016). Comparative enactivism. A set theoretic analysis to detect different forms of causal closure in self-maintaining system. Workshop on the Biological Foundations of Enactivism. July 4, Cancun, Mexico [Talk]
  • Dotov, D. and Froese, T. (2016). A set theoretic analysis shows different forms of closure in autopoietic theory, computational autopoiesis, and (M,R) systems. The Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALIFE XV). July 4-8, Cancun, Mexico [LBA Poster]
  • Pérez, E. and Froese, T. (2016). A network model of the appearance of biologically irresolvable conflict in prehistoric hunter­‐gatherer groups. The Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALIFE XV). July 4-8, Cancun, Mexico [LBA Poster]
  • Zarco-Lopez, M. A. and Froese, T. (2016). Can we incorporate sleep-like interruptions into evolutionary robotics? The Fifteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems (ALIFE XV). July 4-8, Cancun, Mexico [LBA Poster]

2015

  • Dotov, D. G. (2015). Quantifying and improving rigid patterns of coordination across different domains of motor skill in Parkinson’s disease. Multi-disciplinary workshop on Joint Action and Perception in Emergent Phenomena. Nov. 30 – Dec. 4., Cuernavaca, Mexico [Talk]
  • Dotov, D. G. (2015). Breaking the perception-action cycle: Experimental phenomenology of non-sense and its implications for theories of perception and movement science. Book presentation “Haciendo sentido del sinsentido en las ciencias cognitivas”. Nov. 26, Cuernavaca, Mexico [Talk]
  • Zapata-Fonseca, L., Fossion, R., and Froese, T. (2015). Time-series analysis in dyadic embodied social interaction. 3er Coloquio Internacional de Ciencias Cognitivas. Aug. 26-28, Durango, Mexico [Poster]

  • Zapata-Fonseca, L., Fossion, R., and Froese, T. (2015). Systems Biology in Cognitive Sciences4th Congress of Students of the Plan of Combined Studies in Medicine (PECEM), March, Mexico City, Mexico [Poster]