Abstract Submission 2024


From May 13th to June 7th


As an author submitting your work, you can submit before becoming a member of the BraYn Association or receiving confirmation of registration via email. However, it's crucial that authors become registered members of the BraYn Association and receive the confirmation email by no later than July 1st to be eligible to participate and present at the BraYn Conference 2024

Call for Abstracts

By submitting an abstract of your research, you are consenting to share your work with the scientific community. In line with our commitment to innovation, we are introducing a new presentation format alongside the traditional oral and poster presentations for the BraYn Conference 2024: the Speed Talk, a concise 3-minute presentation. This format is specifically designed to offer a broader range of young neuroscientists in the BraYn community the opportunity to showcase their work.

The abstracts will undergo peer review by the Scientific Committee, the “BraYniacs” and the “International Brayniacs”, which reserve the right to select them for oral or poster presentation. Additionally, the Steering Committee will evaluate the possibility of presenting your abstract submitted for oral presentation as a Speed talk. It’s important to note that the Speed Talk format excludes a Q&A session.

Therefore, young neuroscientists attending the BraYn Conference 2024 will have three presentation formats available: oral presentation, speed talk, and poster presentation.

Results will be communicated via email to the submitting author from June 27th to June 29th, 2024.

Submission Rules

Please read carefully the following guidelines for the abstract submission:

  • The presenting author must register for the conference (link here) before submitting the abstract.
  • The presenting author must also be a member of the BraYn Association (please complete the form here).
  • Font: Times New Roman, 12pt, 1.5pt line spacing; the text should be justified.
  • The abstract must not exceed 2000 characters (body text), including spaces.
  • All abstracts must be submitted and presented in English.
  • Define all abbreviations the first time they appear in the text; do not include tables, figures, or references.
  • Do not use paragraphs, indentations, or tab stops in the text body.
  • Ensure that the uploaded abstract includes the title, list of authors, and the main body of the abstract.
  • A maximum of 2 abstracts may be submitted as the “first author.”
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