[visionlist] Abstract reminder for the 1st Conference of the Timing Research ForumPosted: April 25, 2017
The abstract deadline for the 1st Conference of the Timing Research Forum (TRF1: http://ift.tt/2orThE6) is only a week away! We look forward to receiving your abstracts for symposia, talks and posters by the deadline of May 1, 2017.
Please submit your abstracts via the conference website –
Early-bird registration is now open –
Call for Symposia (deadline: May 1, 2017)
8 Symposia will be selected from submitted proposals. Each symposium must be focused on a single topic and will include 3 oral presentations of 20 minutes (+ 5 minutes questions) organized by a chairperson, who can also be a presenter. There can be 4 oral presentations if preferred, but the total duration of the symposium should not exceed 1 hour and 15 minutes. The chairperson is responsible for submitting the symposium proposal and for recruitingspeakers. Symposia on current topics and of a multidisciplinary nature are encouraged.
Symposium proposals should include the following:
1. The name, contact information, and affiliation of the symposium chairperson.
3. A brief abstract describing the symposiums objective and topics to be covered (maximum 500 words, references included).
4. Up to 5 keywords.
5. The title of each presentation, with a list of proposed speakers, their affiliations and contact information. For multi-author papers, please underline the presenter.
6. A short abstract for each presentation (max 150 words with references)
7. Abbreviations must be spelled out in full at their first use. Do not use abbreviations in the title. Use only standard abbreviations.
If your symposium proposal is not accepted, the abstracts will be automatically re-considered for poster or oral presentation.
Call for Abstracts for Talks & Posters (deadline: May 1, 2017)
There will be two short oral sessions, each containing 6 presentations of 12 minutes (+ 3 minutes for questions) and two poster sessions, and around 15 posters will be selected for oral blitz presentation (5 minutes).
Abstracts for poster and oral presentations should include the following:
1. A title that clearly defines the work addressed.
2. Name and affiliation of the authors. For multi-author papers, please underline the presenter and provide their contact information.
3. An abstract describing the specific goal of the study, the methods used, a summary of the results, and a conclusion. The abstract should not exceed 300 words (references included).
4. Up to 5 keywords.
5. Abbreviations must be spelled out in full at their first use. Do not use abbreviations in the title. Use only standard abbreviations.
6. Do not add formatting. Italic, bold, tabs or extra spaces will not appear in the final program.
7. Your preference of oral or poster presentation.
8. Specify whether you apply for a student travel grant (see below).
All selected abstracts and symposium proposals will be published in a special issue of the Timing and Time Perception Reviews journal.
For any queries, please contact Anne Giersch at: email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you in Strasbourg!
With best wishes,
Sundeep Teki & Argiro Vatakis
(on behalf of Timing Research Forum)