Yotam Sagiv '18 to receive award at CogSci 2018

Yotam SagivYotam Sagiv ’18, recipient of a 2018 Neuroscience Certificate from the Princeton Neuroscience Institute and an incoming 2018 graduate student, has been selected to receive an award at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2018).

Sagiv’s CogSci 2018 submission titled “Efficiency of learning vs. processing: Towards a normative theory of multitasking” has been selected for the Computational Modeling Prize in Higher Level Cognition. This is one of four prizes awarded for the best full paper submissions that involve computational cognitive modeling.

CogSci 2018 will be held in Madison, Wisconsin on July 25th – 28th, 2018.

Congratulations Yotam Sagiv!