Artinis will be represented by our U.S. distributor Cortech at the XX Biennial International Conference of Infant Studies. It will be an exciting mix of plenary and invited speakers, invited symposia, “views by two” presentations, dedicated symposia, submitted symposia, paper sessions (individual papers grouped by research interest), and posters. This year’s invited program will focus on four cross-cutting themes: culture, technology, emotion, and learning in infancy. Invited talks and symposia focus on one or more of those themes, including the measurement of emotions in infancy, neurocognitive development using eye-tracking, and the Presidential symposium on cultural diversity. Finally, we will present two dedicated sessions to honor the works of Carolyn Rovee-Collier and Gerald Turkewitz, former presidents of ICIS and pioneers in the field of infancy research.