• Registration and Abstract Submission

    REGISTRATION CLOSED

    Important notes

    Registration and abstract submission deadline is December 10th, 2019.

     

    There is no registration fee for HuNDoC 2020.

     

    Snacks and refreshments in the coffee breaks, as well as sandwiches in the lunch break, will be provided for all registered participants.

     

    All abstracts will be reviewed by the program committee.

    The program committee will select 12 abstracts for oral presentation. Authors selected for oral presentation will be notified via e-mail.

    All other authors are required to prepare a mini poster, information about mini posters can be found on the mini-posters page. Oral presenters are welcome to prepare a mini-poster too.

     

    Register and upload your abstract below.

    Please note that registration is only complete with submitting an abstract in English.

     

     

  • About Your Abstract, Oral Presentation and

    Mini-Poster

    Abstract Submission

    Organizers of the conference welcome submissions written in English language that are closely related to the areas specified in neuroscience.

    Please note that the registration is only complete with submitting an abstract in English.

    Register and upload your abstract on the Registration and Abstract Submission page!

     

    Abstract should not exceed 300 words and it must clearly indicate the problem, objectives, research methods, results and conclusions. Submitted abstracts will be evaluated and some will be selected for oral presentations. All accepted abstracts will be discussed during the miniposter sessions at the table talks

    Language

    The Meeting official language is English.

    Oral Presentation

    Sessions outline

    • There are four presentations in each session
    • Presenters should prepare with a 10 minutes talk
    • Talks are followed by minutes discussion
    • Sessions are chaired by students

    Detailed sessions program

    (being declared after submission deadline )

  • Mini-Poster example

    This is an example A4 format mini-poster

    Everyone is expected to bring an A4 sized MINI-POSTER to the conference.

    The format and amount of information shown in the posters should be tailored to its size, so please do not use a shrunken version of an old poster. The poster sessions will be happening during lunch breaks so you will have the chance to talk about your current interests in small groups.

     

    Our aim with this is to initiate discussions and to force you to explain your work to people not necessarily familiar with your topic. It requires you to think over your work, put it into context and find a way to make it understandable. Keep in mind that the technical details that are obvious to you can be new to others, and the important questions of your field do not sound relevant if you omit to explain them. So please make an effort to prepare and use a lot of figures, and only the necessary amount of text.

     

    Clues for the mini-poster session:

    • The poster session will be happening during lunch.
    • Have more copies of the mini-poster. You might need them if you like making sketches during the discussion. 
    • You can use both sides of the paper if you really need to for supplementary figs'.
    • You can present your poster on a tablet in no more than two (with 'supplementary data') pages. 
    • Be fair and do not make a presentation!​

    Location of the mini-poster session and lunch:

    (to be published later)

  • selection process

    A recap of the abstract selection process

    1

    Submit your abstract

    Deadline:

    December 10th, 2019.

    2

    Selection for oral presentation

    If selected, you will receive a direct message from the organisers.

    3

    Bring your A4 poster

    Let's meet on 28 January 2020!

    If you are not selected, bring your A4 poster for the poster session.

  • Abstract Submission

    Submit your personal details and abstract.

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