The MEi:CogSci Conference 2011 has the primary purpose to allow students of cognitive science to present their work to an international and interdisciplinary audience. It gives the opportunity to meet students as well as teachers from MEi:CogSci partner universities and engage in an interdisciplinary dialogue.
Furthermore invited speakers will give talks about their current research in the field of cognitive science.

SCHEDULE (preliminary)

June 17 09:00 - 20:00 Conference
June 18 09:30 - 19:00 Conference

June 19 10:00 - 12:00 Walk through Ljubljana

Architect Janko Rožič will show you Hostel Celica and Ljubljana through special places and architectural principles. Spatial can become special, when we recognize insights in sites...
(meeting place in front of Hostel Celica)

Here you can download the detailed programme.

Those are the deadlines for everyone, who wants to actively participate in the conference by presenting a poster or giving a talk:
Thursday May 19, 2011: Deadline for Author's Registration
In order to be able to submit your abstract you need to register as an author until May 19.
Sunday May 22, 2011: Submission of Abstracts
You are requested to submit an abstract (1-2 pages).
Abstracts for posters should be the length of 1 page, abstracts for talks 2 pages.
Wednesday May 25, 2011: Receive Abstracts for Review
The abstracts will be redistributed for the review process.
You will receive two abstracts you have to review.
Each abstract will therefore be reviewed by two peer students, as well as by one one person from the conference organizing team (or supervisor).
Wednesday June 1, 2011: Submission of Review 1 and Review 2
Tuesday June 7, 2011: Submission of Final Abstracts
Please edit your abstract according to your reviewers' requests and suggestions and submit it again.
Friday June 17 - Saturday June 18, 2011: MEi:CogSci Conference 2011 in Ljubljana

University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Aškerčeva 2, room no. R1A

For some general information on Ljubljana have a look at the Info Package.

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