NEUROCOG is a cognitive neuroscience workshop intending to provide an international forum for recent advances in all domains of cognitive neuroscience
The conference topic will be: Brain (re)organization.
The Neurocog is a conference aiming to create a sense of community and a fun and relaxing place to foster formal and informal exchanges. Even though the Covid-19 situation seems to be getting better in some places around the world, it is still getting worse in others, and we are far away from traveling and meeting as usual. In the current situation, we therefore decided to postpone the conference to November 23-24, 2021.
There will be six invited talks by leaders in their research field. Each keynote talk will be followed by an extended discussion time to encourage discussions between the speaker and the audience. In order to optimize interaction and discussion among the attendants, there will be no parallel sessions. The number of talks will be limited, and the number of attendants will be kept relatively low (200 max).
In addition to the individual talks, there will be two poster sessions and a limited number of abstracts will be selected for oral presentation. Several poster prizes will be awarded on a competitive basis. We welcome contributions from all domains related to cognitive neuroscience, not limited to the workshop topic.
Deadline for registration: November 15, 2021
Call for abstract is now closed.
The social dinner of the meeting will take place at the exceptional MUSEE L. Short guided tour of this atypical university museum will be organised during the social dinner.
IMPORTANT COVID-related notice: All attendees need to have a valid EU Digital covid certificat or Covid Safe Ticket, in the form of a QR code (digital or printed) in order to attend the conference.
Katharina Von Kriegstein
Maria Concetta Morrone
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Please be aware of the potential confusion in the city names. The conference venue is on the campus of Louvain-la-Neuve, not Louvain (or Leuven), which is about 30 km away.
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