1 PM. RuCCS Colloquium. "The Social Network: How Reward Processing is Influenced by Social Context." Mauricio Delgado, Psychology, Rutgers-Newark. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
3 PM. IDeAS Seminar. "Information Recovery from Pairwise Measurements: From Joint Object Matching to Fundamental Statistical Limits." Yuxin Chen, Stanford. 110 Fine Hall.
4 PM. Neuroscience Lecture. "Neural circuits for conversion of sensory signals into goal-directed motor commands." Carl Petersen, EPFL. A32 Princeton Neuroscience Institute.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience Talk. "The Macaque Face Processing System." Doris Tsao, California Institute of Technology. A32 Princeton Neuroscience Institute.
4:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "Sublinear Optimization for Machine Learning." Elad Hazan, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. 105 Computer Science.
4:30 PM. Political Philosophy Colloquium. "Political Realism and Moral Corruption." Alison McQueen, Stanford University. 127 Corwin.
Noon. Rutgers Perceptual Science Talk. "Role of Prior Knowledge in Visual and Haptic Object Categorization." Jay Hegde, Georgia Regents University, James and Jean Culver Vision Discovery Institute. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
4:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "Efficient Learning with Combinatorial Structure." Stefanie Jegelka, UC Berkeley. 105 Computer Science.
6:30 PM. Philosophy Colloquium. "Staying Regular." Alan Hajek, ANU. 219 Aaron Burr Hall.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience Seminar. "The Neural Dynamics of Movement Generation." Mark Chrchland, Columbia University. A32 Princeton Neuroscience Institute.
4:30 PM. Rutgers Philosophy "Break It Down for Me" Talk. "Property Dualism." Dean Zimmerman, Philosophy, Rutgers. Philosophy, Rutgers, New Brunswick.
Noon. Rutgers Perceptual Science Talk. "Attention, Curiosity, and Decision-making in Development." Celeste Kidd, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
1 PM. RuCCS Colloquium. "Learning to Count as Algorithmic Inference." Steven T.~Piantadoxi, Brain and Cognitive Science, University of Rochester. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
4:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "The Aha! Moment: From Data to Insight." Dafna Shahaf, Stanford. 105 Computer Science.
4:30 PM. DeCamp Bioethics Seminar. "Death Panels, Paternalism, and End-of-Life Care." Sarah Conly, Philosophy Bowdoin College (Law and Philosophy Fellow at the University of Chicago Lawschool 2013-14). 101 Marx.
4:30 PM. UCHV Talk. "Confucian Perfectionism: A Political Philosophy for Modern Times." Joseph Chan, University of Hong Kong. 12 Corwin Hall.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience Seminar. "Reliability of Sensory-Evoked Activity in Autism." David Heeger, NYU. A32 PNI.
Noon. Rutgers Perceptual Science Talk. "Human Cortical Responses to Periodic Breaks in Collinearaity." Russell Hamer, Instituto de Psicologia, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brasil and Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, San Francisco, CA. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
1 PM. RuCCS Colloquium. "You Shall Know a Logical Form by the Company It Keeps." Katrin Erk, Linguistics, University of Texas at Austin. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
4:30 PM. Pschology/PNI Colloquium. "The Language Network and Its Place within the Broader Architecture of the Human Mind and Brain." Evelina Fedorenko, Psychiatry, MGH Martinos Center for Biomedical Imagine. A32 Lecture Hall, PNI.
4:30 PM. Mofftt Lecture in Ethics. "Desert, Blame, and Punishment." T. M. Scanlon, Harvard. 219 Aaron Burr.
4:30 PM. Rutgers Philosophy Talk. TBA. Frances Kamm, Philosophy and Public Policy, Harvard. Philosophy Seminar Room, 5th Floor, 106 Somerset Street, College Avenue Campus, Rutgers, New Brunswick.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience Lecture. "Generating and shaping novel action repertoire." Rui Costa, Champalimaud Center for the Unknown. A32 Princeton Neurscience Institute.
3 PM. Rutgers Linguistics Colloquium. "The Attractions of Agreement." Marcel Den Dikken, Linguistics, CUNY. 108 Linguistics, 18 Seminary Place, College Avenue Campus, Rutgers.
4 PM. Philosophy Colloquium. "Accuracy-Dominance Arguments for Conditionalization." Rachael Briggs, ANU. 1 Robertson.
10 AM. Princeton-Penn-Columbia Graduate Conference. 301 Marx Hall.
4:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "Determinism Is Not Enough: Making Parallel Programs Reliable with Stable Multithreading." Junfeng Yang (Columbia University). 105 Computer Science.
4:30 PM. Hempel Lecture Series, First Lecture. "Self-Consciousness and the First Person. Back to Kant, and Back Again." Beatrice Longuenesse, NYU. 101 McCormick.
Noon. Linguistics Talk. "Stressed about Stress? Rethinking Stress in World Englishes." Ying-Ying Tan, Linguistics and Multilingual Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. 203 Scheide Caldwell House.
4:30 PM. Hempel Lecture Series, Second Lecture. "Kant on Persons" Beatrice Longuenesse, NYU. 101 McCormick.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience and Social Decision Making. "What Is Ego Depletion? Why Self Control Seems (But May Not Be) Limited." Michael Inzlicht, University of Toronto. PSH/PNI 101. (Peretsman-Scully Hall/Princeton Neuroscience Institute.)