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

Virtual MathPsych/ICCM 2022 (VMP 2022) will be a fully online conference, with interactive components running between July 11 and July 15, 2022.  VMP 2022 will be hosted fully on mathpsych.org.

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
MathPsych submissions (Talk or Fast Talk) 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/). 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.

Not sure how remote conferences work? The VMP 2022 Conference Guide is here to help!

Read the Conference Guide

Program

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Conference chairs

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