We are happy to make the second announcement for the ICON XIII conference, which will take place on 5-8 August 2017 in Amsterdam (the Netherlands). Amsterdam is an easily-accessible and progressive city. ICON will take place at the Beurs van Berlage, located in downtown Amsterdam and one of the most beautiful conference venues in Europe!
Visit the website: http://www.icon2017.org
ICON stands for International Conference for Cognitive Neuroscience. ICON has taken place every 2-3 years since 1980. This conference brings together researchers from diverse backgrounds, joined by their interest in studying the relationships amongst brain, mind, and behavior. ICON conferences are always a big success, and 2017 in Amsterdam will follow this same tradition!
Symposia and poster submissions will be open from early 2017, with deadlines of 1 February for symposia and 31 March for posters. Plan your research accordingly!
NEW SYMPOSIA OPTIONS
In addition to standard-format symposia, ICON2017 will feature two novel formats (see “What” and “Submit” links on icon2017.org for more details):
- “Hackathons” are computer-based sessions that can involve either a group of people working towards solving a problem, or can be more tutorial-like with the goal of teaching hands-on skills (e.g., using a toolbox or implementing an analysis in Matlab) that can be accomplished in ~2 hours (for longer workshops, consider organizing a satellite).
- “Ask-the-experts” is a panel of experts in a topic. No specific lectures are prepared; instead there is an open Q&A session. The focus can be on a theoretical issue, methodological issue, or hotly-debated topic in cognitive neuroscience.
We welcome pre-conference satellites, and will be happy to advertise them on the ICON website. Note that satellites are independent from ICON in terms of organization, registration, and costs.
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For up-to-date announcements before and during the ICON meeting, follow @icon2017 (see also “Media” tab on the website).
We look forward to seeing you in beautiful Amsterdam!
Mike X Cohen and Birte Forstmann