We encourage all participants to submit posters describing their experience applying neuroscience, behavioural science, behavioural economics or psychology to real world problems. These can be experimental studies or case-studies from academia or business. There will be a poster session preceding (and during) the reception on the first evening that will provide an excellent avenue for networking and informal interactions among attendees.
Submissions will be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The submission should include:
The abstract should describe the problem to be solved, the methodology of the approach, the results and any conclusions. Because the audience will consist of people from very different backgrounds, we encourage authors to write their abstracts for a general audience and avoid (or at least explain) business or academic jargon. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Program Committee.
By submitting an abstract, you agree to present a poster at the conference, should your abstract be selected for the program.
Accepted until 16th, August or until capacity is reached.
The deadline for abstract submission has been extended until 30th, August.
IMPORTANT: Confirmations of accepted posters will be issued by 6th, September to the presenting author.
Please create your poster in English.
Each poster should be no larger than A0 paper size measuring 841 mm (width) × 1189 mm (height) or 33.1 inches (width) × 46.8 inches (height).