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Important dates & FAQ

Important dates & FAQ

BERNSTEIN CONFERENCE

BERNSTEIN CONFERENCE

Important Dates

Events

Satellite Workshops: Sep 29 – Sep 30, 2024

Main Conference: Sep 30 – Oct 2, 2024

Postdoc Meeting: Sep 30, 2024

PhD Symposium: Oct 2 – Oct 3, 2024

Deadlines

Submission of Satellite Workshop proposals: closed

Contributed talk abstract submission: closed

Travel Grant applications: Jun 26, 2024 (15:00 CEST)

Poster abstract submission: Jul 10, 2024 (15:00 CEST)

Early registration: Jul 31, 2024 (23:59 CEST)

Late registration: Sep 11, 2024 (23:59 CEST)

Notifications of Acceptance

Satellite Workshop: sent

Contributed Talks: early July

Travel Grants: early July

Posters: end of July

FAQ

General

You can register here.

No, the Bernstein Conference 2024 is planned as an on-site event only.

Yes, provided there are still places available. Please note that on-site registration comes with extra costs. Therefore, we recommend to register in advance.

Yes. Although we try to accept all registrations, we reserve the right to close the registration early when the maximum capacity of the venue is reached.

Yes, we will provide up to 10 travel grants, each of 500 Euro. Eligible to apply are student and postdoc members of the Bernstein Network Computational Neuroscience. All details here.

We have put together some information to help you plan your trip. You will find information about Frankfurt, special Hotel conditions, and more here.

On-Site

Yes, the venue will be barrier-free. If you require accessibility, please contact us via bernstein.conference@fz-juelich.de in advance so we can arrange assistance.

Yes, there will be breaks with coffee, tea, and snacks during the mornings and afternoons. Additionally, we offer lunch or dinner catering during the poster sessions.

Yes, there will be eduoram at the conference site.

Speakers & Poster Presenters

  • Data analysis, machine learning, neuroinformatics
  • Learning, plasticity and memory
  • Motor control, movement, navigation
  • Attention, reward, decision making
  • Behavior and cognition
  • Brain disease, network dysfunction and intervention
  • Single neurons, biophysics
  • Networks, dynamical systems
  • Sensory processing and perception
  • Neurotechnology
  • Other

The body text cannot exceed 2500 characters (including spaces).
Although not mandatory one figure can be added: JPG, GIF, and PNG formats are supported, the size limit is 5MB, figure caption max 300 characters.

The contributed talks will be selected in a double-blind review process. If your abstract shall be considered for a contributed talk, please make sure that the abstract is written in a third person perspective and does not contain any indication to the authors.

No, the abstract submission and conference registration are two separate processes. Please do not forget to register.

Please prepare your poster in portrait format only. The dimensions should correspond to the A0 format (841 mm x 1189 mm or 33.1 inches x 46.8 inches).

Further Questions

For any further questions please contact us via bernstein.conference@fz-juelich.de.