[Comp-neuro] Registration and Call for Abstracts for the 2nd Conference of the Timing Research Forum
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Registration and call for abstracts and symposium proposals for the 2nd
Conference of the Timing Research Forum <http://timingforum.org/> (TRF2) is
now open. TRF2 is the second international conference dedicated to
multidisciplinary research on timing and time perception and will be held
at UNAM in Queretaro, Mexico from October 15-17, 2019. TRF2 builds upon the
massive success of TRF1 held in Strasbourg, France in Oct. 2017 that was
attended by 250+ scientists with a shared passion for understanding timing
and time perception through varied experimental, computational and clinical
The deadline to submit abstracts and symposium proposals is May 25, 2019.
During the submission process, please indicate if you wish to present an
oral or poster presentation, and express your interest for student travel
awards. All selected abstracts will be published in the journal, Timing and
Time Perception Reviews <http://www.brill.com/node/37536>.
We are pleased to announce three impressive Keynote Speakers -
Kia Nobre, Oxford University
Mehrdad Jazayeri, MIT
Albert Tsao, Stanford University
Albert Tsao will give the TRF2 ECR Keynote Prize Lecture based on his paper
- ’Tsao, Sugar, Lu, Wang, Knierim, Moser, Moser (2018; Nature) Integrating
time from experience in the lateral entorhinal cortex’, that was selected
by the members of TRF as the 'Best Timing Paper of 2018'.
We look forward to proposals of sponsorship. Our sponsorship booklet is
Anyone interested in joining the Timing Research Forum can do so by
following the instructions at this link <http://timingforum.org/membership>.
For further details about abstract submission guidelines, conference
program, registration, accommodation etc., please visit the TRF2 conference
website - http://trf2.inb.unam.mx/.
We encourage everyone to register early to avail discounted prices and look
forward to seeing you in Queretaro!
TRF2 Conference Chairs:
Hugo Merchant, UNAM
Victor de Lafuente, UNAM
trf2mexico at gmail.com
TRF2 Scientific Committee:
Dean Buonomano, UCLA
John Iversen, UCSD
Rich Ivry, UC Berkeley
Laurel Trainor, McMaster University
Virginie van Wassenhove, INSERM
Martin Wiener, George Mason University
Timing Research Forum:
Sundeep Teki, Amazon Alexa AI
Argiro Vatakis, Panteion University
TRF ECR Committee
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