A conference website and centralized contact email for questions regarding the MCLS 2022 conference in Antwerp Belgium is forthcoming within the next week or so. Please bear with us, as we are aware there are many questions and we are doing our best to have answers to them available, upfront, prior to the website posting.
Provided that the health and safety of the ongoing pandemic can be addressed, this conference will take place in-person in Antwerp, Belgium. This conference will be an opportunity to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Numbers and the Brain Belgian numerical cognition network.
Submissions are currently open, and the deadline will be February 11th 2022. Please see the bottom of this page for more information regarding submission criteria.
We are excited and hope to see you all very soon in person!
The local organizing committee: Bert De Smedt, Wim Fias, Wim Gevers, Marie-Pascale Noël, Mauro Pesenti, Bert Reynvoet and Jean-Philippe van Dijck, for the Numbers and the Brain network
Deadline: February 11th 2022
To submit your abstract, click here. Additional details are available within the submission portal.
Abstracts for symposia should be written in a structured way giving a brief introduction to the topic and the objectives of the symposium (max. 100 words), an overview of the chairperson(s), then followed by short sections including names and affiliations of the presenters and an abstract (max. 250 words) for each individual presentation.
The abstract title is limited to 150 characters and the abstract text is limited to 250 words (references not included).