All accepted abstracts will be published online and will be citable via Digital Object Identifiers (DOI).
Please be sure to read the details below!
To submit your abstract, fill in the online form provided in the abstract submission tool. You will find the repsective link on the bottom of this page. Please note that the text body of your abstract shall not exceed 2500 characters (Spaces included; titles, authors and affiliations not included).
Please note: Presenters must register for the Main Conference.
Contributed talks will be presented in single track mode. The talks are selected by the Program Committee to highlight and appreciate the outstanding work of the researchers in the field of computational neuroscience. Talks must not exceed 10 minutes and allow 5 minutes for Q&A.
The contributed talks will be selected in a (double-)blind review process.
Please design your abstract accordingly and ensure that no author or affiliation identifiers are included. Cite all relevant prior work (including your own) only in the passive voice or in the third person (for example, “It has been shown that… ” or “They have shown that… ”), do not use the words “my” or “our”, and do not include references to funding sources.
Abstracts that have not been properly anonymized cannot be considered for contributed talks.
If your submitted abstract will not be selected for a contributed talk, it will automatically be considered for revision for potential poster presentation.
The Poster Sessions are a platform for scientists to present their work to the community and actively engage in thorough discussions with other scientists.
For the Poster Sessions, specific time slots will be allocated for the presenters. Onsite presentation is mandatory. Poster presenters can additionally provide contact details to allow participants to get in touch with them beyond the allocated Poster Session.
You can find all important dates and FAQ here.