*** Abstract submission deadline on October 30th ***
NeuroCog 2023 is quicky approaching, and we are looking forward to welcoming you 23-24/11/2023 at the Royal Academy Palace (Brussels, Belgium) for an exciting 2-days conference intending to provide a workshop for recent advances in all domains of cognitive neurosciences.
This year’s main conference topic is Neurocognition from a developmental and life span perspective, with oral communications and a guided poster session, where you will exchange with colleagues about your last research projects and findings, and no less than six keynote lectures provided by leaders in the field, with ample time for exchange and discussions :
- Yana Fandakova (University of Trier, Germany) Cognitive control contributions to learning and memory: Lifespan development and neural plasticity
- Masud Husain (University of Oxford, United Kingdom) When the spark goes out: The neurology of apathy and motivation
- Gaël Chételat (Université de Caen, France) Preserve your mental health to protect your brain : background, mechanisms and evidence
- Giorgio Vallortigara (Università di Trento, Italy) A Brain for Animacy: from Animal Models to Human Babies
- Emily Jones (University of London, United Kingdom) Uncovering developmental paths to neurodevelopmental conditions: Dynamics over time
- Victoria Leong (University of Cambridge, United Kingdom) Neural Sociometrics: Precision assessment of parent-child brain-behaviour interaction dynamics
Registration for the 2 days of the conference includes lunch (with food preferences/restrictions options). Regular registration fee is 140€, with special fees for postdoctoral researchers (100€) and PhD researchers and Master students (80€). You can also join us for the social dinner on 23/11 evening (upon separate inscription, 80€; number of seats limited). Registration deadline is November 13th !
Abstract submission for oral and poster communications is open until October 30th !
Scientific and organization committee: Profs. Julie Bertels (ULB), Bart Boets (KULeuven), Axelle Calcus (ULB), Olivier Collignon (UCLouvain), Virginie Crollen (UCLouvain), Adelaïde De Heering (ULB), Wim Fias (UGhent), Steve Majerus (ULiège), Philippe Peigneux (ULB) and Charline Urbain (ULB)