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About Virtual MathPsych/ICCM 2021
Due to the persisting COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 edition of the annual joint meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology and the International Conference on Cognitive Modeling will again be held as a fully online conference.

Much of the conference will be and remain visible to the public for non-interactive viewing. Certain research presentations and recordings of live sessions will be accessible to registered participants only. Visitors are invited to peruse the Conference Guide.
Submission instructions
There are four submission categories. In all cases, submitters should send in an abstract or a paper for review. Once the submission is accepted, submitters will be invited to submit a recorded presentation. These recorded presentations will be made available for viewing some time before the interactive component of the conference starts. 

MathPsych Virtual Talk
  • Submission length: up to 250 words
  • Video duration: up to 15 minutes
  • Live Q&A: TBD dates between July 1–12
  • Note that not all Virtual Talks will feature in a Live Q&A session.
 
MathPsych Virtual Fast Talk
  • Submission length: up to 250 words
  • Video duration: up to 5 minutes
 
ICCM Extended Abstract

ICCM Full Paper
  • Submission length: up to 6 pages (use the Cognitive Science Society template)
  • Video duration (if accepted as talk): up to 15 minutes
  • Live Q&A (if accepted as talk): TBD dates between July 1 – 12
  • Video duration (if accepted as poster): up to 5 minutes
  • Live online poster session (if accepted as poster): TBD dates between July 1 – 12


Not sure how remote conferences work? The MathPsych/ICCM 2021 Conference Guide is here to help!

Read the MathPsych/ICCM 2021 Conference Guide

Program

There's nothing here yet! Stay tuned for updates.

Conference chairs

Joachim Vandekerckhove, University of California, Irvine
Terry Stewart, National Research Council of Canada