The deadline for proposing new ICHR working groups has now passed, and an up-to-date list of current groups will be presented at ICHR 2022 on 14th Sept 2022.
ICHR working groups aim to bring together experts across the world and across disciplines to produce state of the art collaborative work in a specific area of hallucinations research. The aim should be to (but is not limited to) produce outputs such as review papers, grant applications, or collaborative data collection projects.
The titles, members, and outlines of current and new WG will be presented at the online ICHR satellite meeting on the 14th September 2022. Full WG presentations will then take place at the ICHR Biannual meeting in 2023 (exact date tbc). At least one member of the WG should plan to present findings at the 2023 meeting (either in-person, or remotely).
Here is some practical information:
- New WG should include members from different career stages, i.e. early career researchers to full/associate Professors. Inclusion of experts by experience is also encouraged, where applicable.
- New data driven or data sharing initiatives are particularly encouraged.
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