Abstract Submission <- Deadline extended !

Key dates
Due Date: Abstract Submissions are due
                   by July 15, 2017  July 29, 2017
Notification of Acceptance: August 20, 2017

 

Guidelines

Workshop Proposal Application

The primary goal of the workshops at rtFIN is to introduce or promote a methodology of interest to the community. Last year’s workshops covered functional near infrared spectroscopy and EEG BCIs in a parallel format. This year’s workshops are 1.5 hours long, from 2pm-3:30pm on Wednesday Nov. 29th.

Workshop proposal  format: 1-2 pages, 12 point font, 1” margins
Workshop Title:
Submitter information:
– Name
– Position
– Institution
– Email address

  • What methodology or tool would you like to introduce?
  • Why is this tool important for neurofeedback research?
  • What imaging modalities does this apply to?
  • Is this a commercially available product, potentially commercially available, or open source?
  • What is the proposed schedule of speaker(s)?


Special Topics Proposal Application

The primary goal of the Special Topics sessions is to succinctly introduce the debate on controversial questions in the field of neurofeedback research. The time allotted for each session is 45 minutes. Depending on the number and type of submissions, we may be able to extend the allotted time.

Special Topics proposal format: 1-2 pages, 12 point font, 1” margins
Special Topics Title:
Submitter information:
– Name
– Position
– Institution
– Email address

  • What is the main question?
  • Why is this an important question to neurofeedback researchers?
  • Is there extant literature to support different sides of the debate?
  • What is the proposed schedule of speakers?

 

Scientific Abstract Submission

Please include your abstract for presentation at rtFIN2017. Abstract submissions are typically 1 page in length and may include one figure. Abstracts will be evaluated in terms of its novelty, quality of writing, potential impact, and level of completion. Oral presentations are 15 minutes in length including questions. An ideal abstract selected for oral presentation would be from an impactful study that has recently been completed but not yet published. Poster presentations will be organized in three two-hour sessions.

Scientific Abstract Submission format: 1-2 pages, 12 point font, 1” margins
Submitter information:
– Name
– Position
– Institution
– Email address
– Other authors and institutional affiliations

  • What is the motivation of your study?
  • What is your hypothesis/goal?
  • What were the results?
  • What is the significance of the study?


How to submit your abstract

Step 1:  Create New Account at Registration
Step 2:  You need to register your personal information.
               After that, you can start your submission with Abstract button on your left.
Step 3:  You need to register your presentation information.
               After that, you can upload your abstract.