The website for the 2019 Launceston conference can be found here.

The ACNS 2018 Proceedings now have an ISBN (978-0-646-59816-1).

The University of Melbourne is proud to have hosted the 2018 ACNS conference from 22nd–25th November 2018 at Parkville Campus, only a short walk from Melbourne’s Central Business District, surrounded by a range of accommodation and dining options. We enjoyed welcoming the Australasian cognitive neuroscience community to Melbourne in 2018.

For more information, please contact Stefan Bode or Katherine Johnson.

Panel 1

Parkville Campus

The conference will be hosted by the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Melbourne’s Parkville Campus, with special events at nearby venues including Melbourne Zoo, Princes Park and the Lygon Street restaurant district.

Panel 2

22nd–25th November 2018

The program will feature keynote addresses from three internationally renowned cognitive neuroscientists, a special keynote from the recipient of the ACNS Young Investigator Award, symposia, talks and fast talks, and a poster gala. The conference will be preceded by technical and ECR workshops Tuesday to Thursday (20th–22nd November). Social events include a welcome reception, ECR mixer, and dinner at Melbourne Zoo.