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In-Person MathPsych/ICCM 2022 Archive

About In-Person MathPsych/ICCM 2022

Due to the popularity of the online format of the previous years, the 2022 edition of the annual joint meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology and the International Conference on Cognitive Modeling will be split into two completely separate events: a virtual conference followed by an in-person conference.

This is the page for In-Person MathPsych/ICCM 2022.  Click here to visit the page for Virtual MathPsych/ICCM 2022.

In-person MathPsych/ICCM 2022 (SMP 2022) will be a fully in-person conference, following our traditional format.  SMP 2022 will be held in Toronto, Canada, from July 23 to July 27, 2022.

Submission instructions

MathPsych submissions (Talk or Poster) take the form of an abstract of about 250-300 words. The same abstract may be submitted to both the Virtual and In-Person MathPsych conferences.

ICCM submissions are either a 6-page Full Paper or a 2-page Extended Abstract (using the CogSci templates available at https://cognitivesciencesociety.org/submissions/).  Tutorial/Workshop submissions follow the 2-page extended abstract format.  The same paper may be submitted to both the Virtual and In-Person ICCM conferences.  The final proceedings will be made by combining the papers from those two versions.

Community members are encouraged to submit to either conference, depending on which submission format is most appropriate for their work.  Conference attendees are welcome to attend talks at either ICCM or MathPsych, regardless of which one they submit to.

Specific instructions

Venue

The conference will take place at the Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre.

Our negotiated conference room rate is CAD 168 per night. Conference attendees are strongly encouraged to book their lodging at this hotel.

To book at the conference discounted rate, please call the hotel directly at +1-416-977-6655 or +1-855-914-9610. When calling the hotel reservation number you must ask to be transferred to the hotel front desk, because only the front desk can make the conference bookings. To get the advantageous block rate, be sure to mention that you are with the Society for Mathematical Psychology. The desk will need to know your name and arrival and departure date.

Alternatively, use this link to book online.

The rate is valid on bookings made no later than Thursday, June 30, 2022, or until the rooms are fully booked. The room rate is valid for stays between July 20 and July 30. (We have received reports that the hotel front desk is not aware that the room rate is valid for 10 nights. If you are denied the conference rate for any of these nights, let us know!)

Events

Keynote speakers

In-Person MathPsych/ICCM 2022 will feature a keynote address by Estes award winner Daniel Heck. The keynote address, titled "Recent advances in multinomial modeling" will be given at 14:00 on July 24th.

The first of two invited keynote addresses will be given by philosopher and Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science, Cailin O’Connor.  Her address at 14:00 on July 25th is titled "Multiple mechanisms for polarization."

The second invited keynote address will be given by Dr. Tanya Jonker, Research Science Manager at Facebook Reality Labs.  Dr. Jonker's address at 14:20 on July 26th is titled "Inventing the future: Augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and human cognition."

Conference dinner

The annual conference dinner will be held at The Blake House.  The Blake House is a short walk from the hotel, and we have a group reservation on July 25th at 18:30.  You can RSVP for the dinner by going to the conference registration page and selecting the appropriate addons.  See the menu here.

Registration cancellation and transfer policies


Cancellation policy. All cancellations must be received in writing. The amount paid less a $25 processing fee will be refunded for cancellations prior to 21 July 2022. Following this date, no refunds will be issued.

Transfer policy. There will be a charge of $20 to transfer a registration to another person. Transfer requests must be made by 21 July 2022. Following this date, no transfers will be issued. 

The Society for Mathematical Psychology reserves the right to modify the conference program. In the event of a cancellation, administrative fees are assessed, and membership is not refunded.

Requests must be submitted in writing by US Mail or email to the Conference Committee.

Conference chairs

Joachim Vandekerckhove, University of California, Irvine
Dr. Leslie Blaha, Air Force Research Laboratory
Michael Kalish, Syracuse University
Terry Stewart, National Research Council of Canada
David Kellen, Syracuse University