ACNS Conference
Abstract Submission

Late-breaking Poster Submissions are now OPEN!

We would like to announce that Late-breaking Poster Submissions are now Open for ACNS Launceston.

Due to capacity restrictions at the venue for posters (together with the number of regular posters that are already submitted), only 15 late-breaking poster slots are available

These submissions are available on a first come-first served basis, so please submit asap – we will inform whether your poster has been accepted as soon as possible.

Abstracts can be submitted via email to Jason Satel:, until the allocation is exhausted, or Friday 18th October, whichever comes first.



ACNS encourages submission of abstracts describing new research in cognitive neuroscience, defined broadly as the study of the relationship between the brain, mind and behaviour. Abstracts must be written in understandable English and will be evaluated on the basis of scientific merit by peer review. Abstracts should report original data that will not be published elsewhere prior to the meeting, although presentation at a recent meeting (e.g., within a year) of another society is acceptable. Submissions should cover primarily methods and results, although contributions with a theoretical or methodological emphasis are welcome.

Abstracts that are accepted for presentation will be published in the conference proceedings, which will be published on the ACNS website. The Scientific Committee reserves the right to make editorial corrections to submitted abstracts.

Click here for full abstract submission guidelines

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