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La CNS está realizando un congreso con formato virtual. Más abajo podéis ver la información que nos han mandado:
|We are pleased to announce the dates of the CNS 2020 Virtual Meeting as May 2-5, 2020. The meeting will be very similar to the Boston meeting in terms of organization and will have virtually all of the original content, plus new presentations — all using the platform vConferenceOnline.
The virtual meeting will enable more attendees from around the world to attend, including those who have traditionally found it challenging to participate in the meeting, present their exciting research, advance their training, and make connections with colleagues from around the world. Importantly, this increased participation in the meeting will be accomplished with a minimal carbon footprint.
More than a thousand posters (and growing) will be presented in individual, customizable virtual booths that include optional video presentations by the authors. New poster submissions will be accepted through April 14, 2020.
The CNS 2020 Virtual Meeting will begin with our keynote speaker, Michael Tomasello, and his lecture “Origins of Human Cooperation”. We will also have award lectures by Marlene Behrmann (Fred Kavli Distinguished Career Contributions Award) and Nancy Kanwisher (George A. Miller Prize).
The four invited symposia will present the latest research:
- Making Sense Out of Big Data in Cognitive Neuroscience, Randy L. Buckner, Chair
- Role of Causal Inference for Perceptual Decisions and Adaptive Behavior, Christoph Kayser, Chair
- Contemporary Approaches To Emotion Representations, Kevin S. LaBar, Chair
- Novel Approaches to Non-invasive Brain Stimulation, Jerome Sallet, Chair
Twelve other symposia will cover an exciting array of topics in cognitive neuroscience, including the special symposium tribute to Donald Stuss, “What Makes Us Human?”
Our Young Investigator Awardees will present their award-winning research – congratulations to Catherine A. Hartley and Samuel J. Gershman.
Datablitz sessions will provide a selection of interesting presentations in a fast-moving format. Exhibitors will present the latest in cognitive neuroscience technology, software and publications.