This conference addresses all areas of interdisciplinary research in the Mind and Brain Sciences, including Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, Human-Computer-Interaction, Linguistics, and Philosophy of Mind.

Contributions from these areas can be submitted for Poster presentations, Talks, Symposia, or for talks at the Doctoral Symposium. Proposals for one- or two-hour symposia should include a summary of the topic as well as a list of speakers with presentation titles and moderator. Symposia that bring together researchers from a wide range of disciplines to discuss a common issue are particularly welcome. The Doctoral Symposium is a special opportunity for Ph.D students to present and discuss their ongoing work at the conference. 

Abstracts for Posters, Talks, and contributions to the Doctoral Symposium should not exceed 2000 characters (including spaces); Symposium proposals should not exceed 6000 characters (including spaces and including individual contributions).

Abstracts should be submitted via the ConfTool conference management system. The additional upload of files is not necessary for initial submissions. This will be necessary for final submission of accepted contributions only.

The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2010.
Submission closed on May 14, 2010.

Decisions will be posted by May 31, 2010.


Accepted abstracts will appear in the conference brochure. Authors will be asked to use the standardised format, which can be downloaded below, and upload the file in ConfTool. For accepted symposia the individual contributors do not have to upload an additional abstract. Organizers are asked to include a few sentences about each individual contribution in the general abstract using the template below.

Templates for the Conference Brochure

 Template for symposium
 Template for poster or talk