CRL Talks

Interested in speaking in the upcoming Winter or Spring quarters? Please let us know which week(s) you would be interested in volunteering for!

Winter Quarter 2023

CRL Talks are Tuesdays at 4:00 p.m. (PST, GMT -08:00) via Zoom only.  For now there will not be a Happy Half Hour prior to the in-person meeting, but we may have it at future in-person meetings this quarter if enough are in attendance.

CRL Talks Schedule

Nov 8

Do Large Language Models Know What Humans Know?

Sean Trott

UC San Diego, Department of Cognitive Science & Computational Social Science

Nov 15

Dirty pigs & Stubborn mules:
Pulling the curtain back on sign language and gesture

Brandon Scates

The Underground, Brandon Scates and Bonnie Gough

Nov 22

A theory of structure building in speaking

Shota Momma

Department of Linguistics

Nov 29

Seeing what it means: What we know about how readers use active vision to derive meaning from text

Elizabeth Schotter

Department of Psychology, University of South Florida

CRL Talks are back in person and on Zoom

We look forward to seeing you at 4 p.m. in CSB 280 or via Zoom.  Please note that in order to attend in person, per University recommendations, you must show a Green Thumb from that day through the UCSD Symptom Survey Screening.  For now there will not be a Happy Half Hour prior to the in-person meeting, but we may have it at future in-person meetings this quarter if enough are in attendance.The Zoom link for each talk will be provided in the CRL Talks announcement email. If you are not subscribed to CRL Talks announcements, just sign up using our subscription form. All we require is your email address.

If you still do not want to subscribe to the CRL Talks mailing list, that's okay. Contact the CRL Talks organizer for the details.


UC San Diego offers Zoom Pro when signing on using the SSO option. For more details, please read how you install and configure Zoom. If you wish to engage in conversation or ask questions, you must have a microphone, either built-in or part of a webcam. If you wish to be seen, a camera, either built in or a USB webcam, will be required. Neither of those are a requirement if you just wish to view the talk.