Mission Statement:

MindModeling@Home (Beta) is a research project that uses volunteer computing for the advancement of cognitive science. The research focuses on utilizing computational cognitive process modeling to better understand the human mind. We need your help to improve on the scientific foundations that explain the mechanisms and processes that enable and moderate human performance and learning. Please join us in our efforts!

MindModeling@Home (Beta) is based in Dayton, OH at the University of Dayton Research Institute and Wright State University

MindModeling@home is not for profit.
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MindModeling Updates Dec 02 2015
Hello Everyone and Happy Holidays,

We just finished upgrading our Server Side BOINC code as well as a large amount of database upgrades, and work is now flowing again. This upgrade will now allow us to push out new apps more easily, and with the new scheduler we should see some possible efficiency gains due to the inclusion of OpenMP.

We have also released a new ACT-R Lisp application running the latest version of CCL lisp. This release also includes a number of updates to the application that should help resolve many of the processing errors we have been seeing recently.

We have more updates on the way, thank you all for your support, and happy crunching!

2 Dec 2015, 16:37:20 UTC · Comment

Website Server Outage 5/7-5/11
Our Server will be down due to a power outage starting Thursday May 7th and may be down until Monday May 11.

Thanks for supporting us,

6 May 2015, 20:34:47 UTC · Comment

A new look
MindModeling is now sportin' a new fresher look.
Thanks to Nathan for this mobile-friendly update.
-- Jack
6 Apr 2015, 15:06:28 UTC · Comment

Hails and Farewells
First off, we are sad to announce that Tom has had a great job offer and has recently left the MindModeling development team. However, Tom's love for the project has not changed and will be transitioning to 'volunteer contributor/moderator' status. You may still see him on the forums from time to time.

Tom has been an extremely valued team member: leading efforts on both server-side and client-side programming as well as being our primary support to our volunteer contributors. His presence has been (and will be) greatly missed, but we are excited for Tom in his new job.

All The Best and Happy Crunching Tom!

We would like to welcome and introduce two new members of the MindModeling team: Brandon and Nathan.
Brandon has taken over the responsibility of being primary support to our volunteer contributors, so you'll see him popping up on the news feed and in the forum.
Nathan has taken over a lot of our (internal and external) website design and feature development.

We are very excited to have these two programmers on board!

17 Jan 2015, 16:15:10 UTC · Comment

CogSci 2014!
CogSci 2014, the annual meeting of the cognitive science society, held its 36th annual meeting this year in Quebec City, Canada

The theme was:
"Cognitive Science Meets Artificial Intelligence: Human and Artificial Agents in Interactive Contexts"

Many MindModeling researchers were both presenting their research and interacting with other cognitive scientists from all other the world at this event.

You can visit Cognitive Science Society's website here: http://cognitivesciencesociety.org/conference2014/index.html.

Or checkout the conference's proceedings (hosted by MindModeling.org) here:
7 Aug 2014, 22:28:40 UTC · Comment

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