Australasian Cognitive Neurosciences Conference 2011
21st meeting of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology
9th - 12th December 2011, Macquarie University
The Australasian Society for Psychophysiology extends an invitation to researchers in the field of cognitive neuroscience to attend the upcoming Australasian Cognitive Neurosciences Conference. The conference provides an excellent opportunity to showcase research across diverse fields of neuroscience.
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
- Galvanic skin responses
An extensive programme includes keynote presentations by world leaders in cognitive neuroscience, and talk and poster sessions from national and international researchers. In addition, there will be symposia themed by research question or methodology as proposed by participants. Students are warmly invited to participate and present their research.
- Professor Stanislas Dehaene (College de France)
- Professor Joel Talcott (Aston University, UK)
- Dr Donna Rose Addis (University of Auckland)
- Dr Peter Uhlhaas (Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt)
- Dr Caroline Witton (Aston University, UK)
Macquarie University, Building E7B.
Free parking for the conference is available in W4, X3 and X4. You will be sent by email a "Special Event Parking Permit" which you will need to display on your dashboard. Please see the Campus Map for directions.
Saturday 10th December, Freshwater Surf Lifesaving Club. Transport provided to/from Macquarie University.
- Abstracts deadline: 15th October.
- Registration opens: 1st October and closes 22nd November 2011.
- Acceptance of Abstract notification 1 November 2011.
Abstract submission is now closed.
The abstracts from this meeting will be published in Clinical EEG and Neuroscience. Please note the journal will only publish abstracts of those who attend the meeting, and that have sufficient detail regarding the presented research.
PLEASE NOTE: To attend the ACNC conference you must apply for membership of ASP.
Please visit the ASP Membership page to complete your membership application and payment to ensure your conference registration can be processed.
Student Travel Awards
Six travel awards to the value of $300 each to support PhD and Honours students' attendance. These are awarded for non-local students to attend the conference and are decided on the basis of quality of submitted abstract, assessed by the scientific committee.
Student Presentation and Poster Awards
Four awards for best PhD presentation, best PhD poster, best Honours presentation and best Honours poster.
Conference Contact & Details
Abstracts, symposia & general enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
SPM8 for Basic and Clinical Investigators
The CCD is hosting 'SPM8 for Basic and Clinical Investigators', an intermediate, 5-day workshop designed for fMRI researchers.
The workshop will take place at Macquarie University, from November 28-December 2, 2011.
If you are interested in attending this course, please visit the official website to register.
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Local Organising Commitee
- Shahd Al-Janabi
- Bhuvanesh Awasthi
- Robin Blumfield
- Jon Brock
- Hana Burianova
- Kirsten Challinor
- Peter de Lissa
- Blake Johnson
- Yatin Mahajan
- Lars Marstaller
- Varghese Peter
- Anina Rich
- Craig Richardson
- Usha Sista
- Graciela Tesan
- Mark Williams
- Alexandra Woolgar
- Shu Yau
- Regine Zopf
Upcoming CCD Seminars
- Wednesday 25th May,
Dr Jiyoun Choi,
"Advantage in re-learning birth-language phonology later in life: The ..."
- Tuesday 31st May,
Professor David Huron ,
"On the evolution of sadness and grief."