We are now accepting proposals for symposia and rapid fire talks for ICHR 2023!
Please click here to submit an application for a symposium or a rapid fire talk.
- Symposia and rapid fire talks can cover any topic relevant to hallucinations research. Symposia should aim to discuss new ideas and up-to-date research that has not been presented at previous meetings. The steering committee will choose symposia and rapid fire talks to ensure the meeting has a diversity of topics, rigorous research, and new ideas.
- Symposia can include 3 or 4 speakers. One of the speakers must be an early career researcher or a PhD/Masters student. Please also ensure a mix of genders on your panel. Each symposium will last 90 minutes: 60 minutes by all the speakers and 30 minutes at the end of the symposium for questions and discussion.
- Rapid fire talks will last 7 minutes, and the presenter should use no more than three Powerpoint slides (not including title slide). There will be 10 minutes at the end of the rapid fire session for Q&As.
- Please complete the form by the 5th June 2023. You will be notified by the end of June if your symposium proposal is accepted.
Please note that symposia for the ICHR 2023 conference are separate from ICHR working group applications.
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