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Talk and Poster Submissions

Abstracts for posters and talks should not exceed 2500 characters (including spaces). The abstracts should contain the following points: A clear formulation of the research question and its relevance for a cognitive science audience, a description of the research methods, and a presentation of the results or of the results which are expected. The preferred language for abstracts is English, but German is also possible. The oral presentation of a talk or the poster presentation can be in English or in German. Submissions are in plain text.

Accepted abstracts of the category "talk" might be re-categorized as poster by the program committee in the case that more abstracts of the category talk are accepted than time slots for presentations are available. Poster presentations are strongly encouraged. There will be a best poster award sponsored by Brain Products.

A template for a talk or poster submission can be found in the Downloads section.

For examples of abstracts you can check the Proceedings of the KogWis'10.

Symposia Submissions

Symposia should bring together researchers from different disciplines to discuss a common issue. Proposals for symposia should include a summary of the topic as well as a list of speakers and moderator. Abstracts for symposia should not exceed 6000 characters (including spaces). The preferred language for the symposium abstract is English, but German is also possible. The symposium presentation on the conference can be in English or in German. Submissions are in plain text.

A template for a talk or poster submission can be found in the Downloads section.