Call for papers

A poster session will be held as part of the conference on 7 June 2023. A call for abstracts was open until 28 February 2023. Applicants have been informed of the outcome of their proposal.

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.