Computational Cognition Group

Quantifying Performance. Improving Decisions.

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C2-g Services

Quantifying Performance

C2-g has expertise in quantifying human performance across several operational settings to improve decision-making. Contact us if you would like us to predict outcomes in your operational environment.

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Computational Gaming

Computational games are designed to quantify player performance. They are useful for producing data to train causal (e.g., Bayesian) models that can be used to predict real-world performance.

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Multifidelity Simulation

Multifidelity simulation allows models trained using low-fidelity data to predict real-world performance. It also allows accurate models to be produced inexpensively and enables system risk to be evaluated at the concept stage.

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Risk Estimation

When new technologies are proposed, it is often unclear how changes to the system will impact safety relative to the current level. C2-g has experience quantitatively estimating risk associated with human-technology interactions to assure that only concepts that are safe and effective are developed.

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Decision Support

Biases in human decision-making touch almost every aspect of our life. Consider that although humans are known to be irrational, the decisions we make still impact most key sectors. C2-g seeks to improve human decision-making by designing decision support systems that are safe, adaptive and actionable.

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BrainCallus Gaming Project

The BrainCallus Gaming Project is a volunteer-based effort seeking to improve psychiatric decision-making by leveraging a combination of mobile gaming, machine learning and computational cognitive science. Contact our team to explore how you may be able to help contribute to this project.

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Our work often makes it to the media, so keep-up on our current projects by checking back on this site for updates.


At C2-g, we strive to publish our findings to share with the community. Please check arXiv for preprints and technical reports.

Public Talks

We give invited talks at academic and business venues, so check here for information about upcoming talks.

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Founder Biography

Erik J Schlicht, PhD, is the founder of the Computational Cognition Group, LLC. He conducted research at Harvard University, MIT, Caltech and the University of Minnesota; his research has also been covered by several media outlets.

Visit his professional web page for further information about his research experience and a sample of his publications.