[Comp-neuro] IMPORTANT NOTICE: CCNC 2009: Registration DEADLINE
announce at ccnconference.org
Sun Nov 8 03:21:18 CET 2009
The CCNC 2009 registration deadline has been extended until:
~ Wednesday Nov 11, 2009 11:59PM EST ~
Standard registration rates ($175 regular and $75 students) remain in effect
until that time. After that, registration will be on site ONLY and rates will
increase to $225 ($110 for students).
THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR STANDARD RATES!
Pre-registering helps the organizing committee optimally plan the conference
and manage our budget. Registration should be done via the conference website
Based on the number of registrants so far and the poster submissions (61),
this year's conference should be very well attended, with lots of very
4th CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATIONAL COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
To be held in conjunction with the 2009 Annual Meeting of the
Psychonomic Society at the Sheraton Boston Hotel in Boston, MA.
CCN CONFERENCE DATES: Wed-Thu November 18 & 19, 2009
All three of our previous meetings have been a great success, two as
satellites to Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting (2005, 2007) and in
2006 with Psychonomics. Attendance has ranged from 115-250.
* DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS: Closed
A limited number of late posters may be accepted on a space available basis.
Abstracts can be submitted online via the website:
* Online registration is available at the conference website:
As in past years, there are two categories of submissions:
-Poster, plus short talk (15 min) to highlight the poster
Abstracts should be limited to 250 words. Women and underrepresented
minorities are especially encouraged to apply. Reviewing of posters will be
inclusive and only to ensure appropriateness to the meeting. Short talks will
be selected on the basis of research quality, relevance to conference theme,
and expected accessibility in a talk format. Abstracts not selected for short
talks will still be accepted as posters as long as they meet appropriateness
* NOTIFICATION OF POSTER ACCEPTANCE: Done
* CONTRIBUTED SHORT TALK SELECTION: Done
* 2009 Keynote Speakers:
Neil Burgess, University College London
Josh Tenenbaum, MIT
* Three symposia, each including a mixture of modelers and non-modelers and
focused on a common theme or issue:
** Top-Down Mechanisms of Visual Attention
Moderator: Steven Bressler, Florida Atlantic University
** Our Vision for the Word: Modeling Orthographic Processing
Moderators: Carol Whitney, University of Maryland, College Park
Jonathan Grainger, CNRS, France
** Context, Memory, and the Brain
Moderators: Michael Hasselmo, Boston University
Ken Norman, Princeton University
* Approximately 12 short talks will be chosen featuring selected posters.
* Poster sessions
* We plan to award a limited number of competitive travel fellowships for
students -- look for a notice by late summer. We especially encourage
applications from members of underrepresented minorities.
* Registration fees: $175 ($75 for students).
2009 Planning Committee:
Suzanna Becker, McMaster University
Carlos Brody, Princeton University
Nathaniel Daw, New York University
Michael Hasselmo, Boston University
David Noelle, University of California, Merced
Ken Norman, Princeton University
Maximilian Riesenhuber, Georgetown University
Randall O'Reilly, University of Colorado, Boulder
Jonathan Cohen, Princeton University
Executive Organizer: Thomas Hazy, University of Colorado, Boulder
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