Chair: Prof. Jurģis Šķilters

Research areas: Spatial perception and spatial cognition, visual perception and visual cognition, semantics, formal and cognitive models in semantics

jurgis.skilters@lu.lv

Assoc. Prof. Līga Zariņa

Research areas: Spatial perception, mathematical statistics, mathematics, geology, archeology

liga.zarina@lu.lv

MA Liene Viļuma

Research areas: Information science, UX, information architecture, research on interface perception

liene.viluma@lu.lv

Dr. Solvita Umbraško

Research areas: Psycholinguistics, reading, cognitive psychology, educational psychology, developmental psychology, deaf children, sign language, interdisciplinary research.

 solvita.umbrasko@lu.lv

Dr. phil. Valentina Spune

Research areas: Medieval epistemology and logic,
visual perception and arts, semantics, philosophy of mathematics. 
Project: Numbers and the Definition of Kind: addition and subtraction
reconsidered.

Dr. Daniel Skibra

Assistant Editor: The Baltic International Yearbook of Cognition, Logic and Communication

Research areas: Modals, tense, and aspect, event semantics and event cognition

Dr. Linda Apse

Research areas: Spatial perception and cognition, language cognition interface, linguistics, semantics, semiotics

Guntis Vilnis Strazds

Research interests: Machine learning of hierarchical and compositional task strategies, e.g. for spatial navigation and interactive question answering in simulated environments. Natural language processing technologies, machine translation, semantic parsing.

guntis_vilnis.strazds@lu.lv

Artis Luguzis

Member of Statistics Research Lab, Faculty of Physics, Mathematics, and Optometry
Research areas: Statistical analysis, mathematical statistics

artis.luguzis@lu.lv

Laboratory assistant

BA Santa Bartušēvica,  Faculty of Computing, University of Latvia

Past affiliates and internship researchers: 

MA Zeynab Babashova, Baku State University

Research areas: Color preferences and emotions

Gurjit Theara, Georg-August University

Research areas: Spatial skills and spatial cognition, cognitive styles

Agnija Vintiša, King’s College, London, United Kingdom

Anna Zaremba, Laboratory for Perceptual and Cognitive Systems, Faculty of Computing, University of Latvia