Call for papers
A poster session will be held as part of the conference on 7 June 2023. A call for abstracts is open until 28 February 2023.

We invite submissions of abstracts for posters from any discipline engaged in studying the nature of the mind, the brain and/or the relationship between them. Abstracts should be written for a multi-disciplinary audience.  

Potential topics include, but are not limited to: 

  • The advantages and disadvantages of the multidisciplinary approach in mind research 
  • Philosophy of (cognitive) neuroscience 
  • Neural basis of cognition and consciousness 
  • Perception, sensation and content 
  • Perceptual mechanisms – neurological, physiological and cognitive 
  • Relationship between language and the mind 
  • Computational models of the mind 
  • Sleeping and dreaming 
  • The role of predictive processing in cognitive performance 
  • Perceptual control as a foundation of cognition 
  • Learning to perform cognitively demanding tasks 
  • Inference and reinforcement learning 
  • Statistical (language) learning 
  • Mental representations
  • Theory of mind
  • Phenomenology 
  • Embodied, embedded, enacted, extended minds  

Abstracts of 200-300 words (excluding references) should be submitted at The deadline for submissions is 28 February 2023 (23:59 EET). Submissions should be anonymised.

Applicants will be informed of the outcome of submissions at the end of March. All posters presented at the conference will be reviewed as part of a poster competition, in which the best three posters will be selected.