13th International Conference on Perception and ActionWeb site: http://www.psych.ucr.edu/ICPA13/index.html
The 13th biannual International Conference on Perception and Action (ICPA) took place on July 5th -10th 2005 in Montery, California. The event provided an opportunity for researchers from multidisciplinary backgrounds to discuss issues broadly related to information-based perception and action. Topics typically presented and discussed at ICPA include perception, visual, auditory, and haptic information, action and coordination, dynamical systems modeling, event perception, affordances, infant perception and action, social coordination and affordances, speech/language perception and production, human and animal cognition, neurodynamics, human factors and tool use, robotics, physical biology and psychology, intentionality and issues in philosophy of mind.
Within the conference, a special session, titled "Multimodal enactive interfaces", was jointly organized by UPS, PERCRO, MEDIALB, COSTECH and HFRL.