Spring Research Day (SRD) is an annual all-day, university-wide symposium that showcases the work of graduate students. We are inviting non-Center for Cognitive Sciences (CCS) student members to participate in sharing their cognitive science and/or sensory science-related research alongside CCS student members. All University of Minnesota graduate students are invited to submit abstracts for a poster or 20-minute oral presentation. Breakfast (coffee & pastries) and lunch (sandwiches) will be provided. Student presenters will be invited to attend a dinner with our keynote speaker.
**Feel free to present developing research ideas or recycle previously presented posters! We want to get as many diverse research projects from a wide range of departments and programs to participate. The Center for Cognitive Sciences encourages interdisciplinary involvement for all departments! :) *****
The keynote speaker this year is Tobias Egner, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, at Duke University. Dr. Egner's lab examines human adaptive behavior and cognitive control using behavioral, computational, neuroimaging, and neuro-stimulation techniques. For more information about his research, visit: http://www.egnerlab.org/.
Spring Research Day Information: Friday, April 20th, 2018 ~9:00 am - 4:00 pmWalter Library 402, University of Minnesota -TC
If you have any questions, please contact Kara Kedrick at email@example.com.
(Poster boards are large enough to accommodate most posters)