[visionlist] IMRF 2024 - Symposium Submission Deadline Extended to February 17, 2024

Paul MacNeilage p.macneilage at gmail.com
Thu Feb 8 18:54:11 -04 2024

 The 22nd annual International Multisensory Research Forum will take place
June 17-20 in Reno, Nevada. We are now accepting submissions for symposia,
talks, and posters. Complete information is available on the conference

*Symposium submissions*

Symposium submissions opened on *January 15 and will close on February 17*.
Proposals should focus on a thematic topic related to multisensory research
(broadly defined) and can include between 4 and 6 individual presentations.
We will ask you to provide a synopsis (max. 300 words) for the symposium as
well as abstracts for each presentation (max. 250 words per abstract).
Notification of accepted symposia is planned for February 20.

*Poster and/or talk submissions*

Submissions for regular abstracts for posters and talks opened on *January
15 and will close on March 10*. Abstracts are limited to 250 words maximum.
One supporting image may be submitted with your abstract. Notification of
accepted abstracts is planned for March 20.

*Overview of conference*
IMRF is a scientific meeting that aims to advance our understanding of how
the nervous system processes information from multiple senses to shape both
perception and action. This multidisciplinary conference features
neuroscientists, psychologists, engineers, biologists, cognitive scientists
and others coming together to present and discuss the most recent and
impactful work in the field. Active topics of research include human and
animal behavior, sensory anatomy and physiology, neural correlates of
multisensory processes, computational modeling, perception, attention,
development, adaptation, decision making, as well as clinical and
technological applications
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