In March 2020, we proudly present the first Graduate Symposium for PhD candidates and young PostDocs on the subject of “Learning and Memory in Cognitive Science”. The Symposium will take place near Kaiserslautern in March 11-13, 2020.
This Symposium will open a platform for young scientists to present the current state of their PhD-projects providing the opportunity to receive real peer-feedback. New insights on the topics learning and memory will be provided by our keynote speakers Bertram Opitz (Martin Luther University, Halle, Germany) and Alexandra Hering (University of Geneva, Switzerland). Furthermore, this symposium is one of the very few so far that offer the possibility to discuss PhD-related issues with the professional PhD-trainer Marlies Klamt (Podcast: “Glücklich Promovieren”).
Venue, Accomodation & Fees
The symposium will take place in Frankenstein, Germany.
Venue: Villa Denis in Frankenstein (approx. 20 km from Kaiserslautern)
Address: Diemerstein 9, 67468 Frankenstein
By car: The Villa Denis is about a 20-minute drive from Kaiserslautern.
Public transportation: S-Bahn line S1 or S2 from Kaiserslautern main train station (12 minutes) to Frankenstein main station. From Frankenstein main station to Villa Denis it’s a 10-15 min. walk.
Accomodation and Fees
Thanks to the funding of the German Society for Cognitive Science and the Center for Cognitive Science at TU Kaiserslautern, participation will be offered for FREE (including the fee, accommodation and food). Guest housing is right behind the venue. Some travel grants will be provided.
The Symposium will start on the 11th and will finish on the 13th March 2020.
Further details will be provided soon.
Cognitive Aging Lab
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Science
University of Geneva
Brain & Behaviour Group
Faculty of Health and Medical Science
University of Surrey, GB
Martin Luther University
Submission & Registration
All information regarding the registration and submission are provided here:
Submission deadline: December 15, 2019.
Presenting authors must be registered before January 15, 2020.