March 2, 2018
Four research laboratories working on infant cognition and development gathered at CEU to present their work at the "Little Scientists' Afternoon" on Feb. 24. Budapest seems to be a center for infant research, with four world-class laboratories, the presenters said.
May 3, 2017
CEU Professor Gergely Csibra of the Cognitive Development Center and the Department of Cognitive Science has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in the U.S. in recognition of his distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.
April 5, 2015
The Cognitive Development Center had been relocated to the ground floor of the Oktober 6 utca 7 building.
January 27, 2015
Research Fellow Erno Teglas of CEU’s Cognitive Development Center has been awarded a €1.5 million European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant for his project entitled “Precursors of logical reasoning in human infants.” This makes CEU’s Department of Cognitive Science the most successful research institute in Europe with six ERC grants.
September 9, 2014
CEU’s Center for Network Science and Cognitive Development Center were the first two recipients of Horizon 2020 research grants announced recently. The Center for Network Science won a Collaborative Research Grant under Future and Emerging Technologies (FET ICT) for its research project entitled “CIMPLEX: Bringing CItizens, Models and Data together in Participatory, Interactive SociaL EXploratories.” The purpose of the project is to do basic research on ICT related data about diverse spreading phenomena in the society from diseases to innovations.
June 3, 2014
CEU’s Cognitive Development Center (CDC) celebrated its fifth birthday at a family day at the Budapest Zoo on May 31. A total of 497 parents and children, previous volunteers in CDC’s research studies, joined in the festivities, which featured activities for children such as arts and crafts, face painting, animal show and tombola as well as scientific talks and poster presentations for parents prepared by the CDC researchers. The special event was financed by an European Research Council Grant awarded to Professor Gergely Csibra.