Research topics for Poster and Talks

To achieve a broader perspective and promote translation of focussed research aspects into one another, NeuroCon 2021 – Science+ welcomes scientists from all fields of neuroscience.

We highly encourage all participants to take the advantage to present their research to fellow colleagues in the conference. Presenting a poster or talk entitles you for a registration fee waiver!!

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Abstract Submission

Deadline: 15th October 2021

Abstract template for Scientific Talk or Poster presentation

Please send your abstract as a single .docx (Microsoft Word, preferred) to neurocon@nwg-info.de and include the following information:

  • Title of the abstract (Times New Roman, Font size 14, bold, spacing 1.5)
  • Authors, please underline+bold the presenting author (Times New Roman, Font size 12, regular, spacing 1.5)
  • Affiliations (Times New Roman, Font size 10, regular, spacing 1.0)
  • Contact details, e.g. the presenting authors eMail address (Times New Roman, Font size 10, regular, spacing 1.0)
  • Abstract submitted for a talk or a poster.
  • An abstract text comprised of max. 300 (Times New Roman, Font size 12, regular, spacing 1.5)
  • References (Bullet 1. 2. 3…., Times New Roman, Font size 10, regular, spacing 1.0)
  • File name: Surname, Name – NeuroCon2021 Abstract – Talk or Poster or Both

Scientific Talks:

The oral presentations are requested to adhere to a 12+3 scheme, i.e. to present their work within 12 minutes followed 3 minutes reserved for most pressing questions.

A detailed discussion is the explicitly encouraged for the breaks as well as during the later hours.

Poster Presentations:

Poster sessions will remain open during the alloted breaks as well as during the later hours.

  • Abstracts will be selected by 5 members of the organizing committee in the week after registration deadline is closed, and authors will be informed via email.
  • Since the slots for talks are limited, and in order to have contributions representing the diversity in neuroscience, we may not be able to consider all abstracts submitted for talks.
  • We however will enable all authors unfortunately not chosen for a talk to present their work as a poster. We regret the inconvenience caused on this front.

Abstract submission is highly encouraged for all participants!!