Submissions

There are five types of regular submissions. Submissions may be made by researchers, faculty, post-docs, graduate students and undergraduate students. Each presenter can submit a maximum of 1 MathPsych presentation. Invited talks do not count towards this maximum, and there is no limit to ICCM presentations.

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MathPsych Virtual Talk

MathPsych virtual talks are prerecorded spoken presentations of 15 minutes or less. We will publish a set of guidelines and suggestions for recording presentations, and a link to a dedicated website where users can upload recordings.

Presenters of virtual symposium talks and of selected virtual talks will be invited to a live remote Q&A session, where they can answer questions posed on the discussion forum or posed live by other attendees.

MathPsych Virtual Poster

Virtual poster presentations are prerecorded spoken presentations of 5 minutes or less. We will publish a set of guidelines and suggestions for recording presentations, and a link to a dedicated website where users can upload recordings.

ICCM Paper

ICCM Papers are refereed papers of up to 6 pages. If a submission is accepted to be published as a paper, the paper will be presented at the conference either as a talk or as a poster. ICCM talks are 15 minutes long, with 5 minutes for discussion. ICCM posters are up to 4 feet (122cm) tall and up to 3 feet 11 inches (1 19cm) wide.

ICCM uses the same submission formats and guidelines as the Cognitive Science Society conference. Templates for both LaTeX and Word are available here. For 6-page papers, use the "full_paper" template.

Special Issue TopiCS — The best papers of ICCM 2020 will be invited for a special issue of Topics in Cognitive Science.

Preprint Policy — For 6-page papers submitted to the 2020 ICCM conference, you are welcome to make a non-anonymized version of your paper available online to the general community (e.g., via preprint servers such as ArXiv or the Open Science Framework) at any time.

Copyright — An online proceedings for the 2020 ICCM conference will be published, and authors will have the opportunity to revise their submissions based on the reviewer comments. These proceedings are considered non-archival and follow the same guidelines as the Cognitive Science Society conference (i.e. they are under a CC-BY license, and it is expected and common that expanded versions of papers published in ICCM proceedings would be able to be published in appropriate journals).

ICCM Poster

ICCM Posters are refereed poster abstracts of up to 2 pages. If accepted, the corresponding poster will be presented at the conference in a dedicated poster session. Posters are up to 4 feet (122cm) tall and up to 3 feet 11 inches (119cm) wide.

ICCM uses the same submission formats and guidelines as the Cognitive Science Society conference. Templates for both LaTeX and Word are available here. For Posters, use the "2page_shortsummary" template. The final submission is just the resulting pdf file.

ICCM Tutorial / Workshop

ICCM Tutorials / Workshops proposals should be at most 2 pages and include a brief description of the aim of the workshop/tutorial, the teaching methods, the program, the presenters, and the intended duration (full day or half day). A tutorial or workshop will provide conference participants with the opportunity to gain new insights, knowledge, and skills from a broad range of areas in the field of cognitive modelling. Tutorial topics will be presented in a taught format and are likely to range from practical guidelines to theoretical issues or software.

ICCM uses the same submission formats and guidelines as the Cognitive Science Society conference. Templates for both LaTeX and Word are available here. For Tutorials/Workshops, use the "2page_shortsummary" template. The final submission is just the resulting pdf file.