Abstracts

Abstract Submission
&
Review

GUIDELINES FOR THE SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS

Participants interested in presenting a Poster are invited to submit an abstract. Submitted posters should present state-of-the-art applicative and translational neuroscience findings, which are related to one of the abstract topics (below). Although the posters should have a strong scientific bearing, they should also have a broad technology oriented and applicative focus. Thus, the applicants are encouraged to add a non-technical summary (industry oriented) indicating possible study implications and/or applications.

PRESENTATION TYPE AVAILABLE

POSTER PRESENTATION

ABSTRACT TOPICS

  • Brain Stimulation / Neuromodulation
  • Computational Brain and Neuroscience-Inspired Artificial Intelligence
  • Wellness and Cognitive Enhancement
  • Digital Therapeutics
  • Other

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION

  • Before you begin, kindly prepare the following information:
  • Presenting Author contact information;
  • Email address
  • Full postal address
  • Daytime and evening phone number
  • Author and co-authors’ details
  • Full first and family name(s)
  • Authors’ names must be in upper and lower case (J.C.C. Smith)
  • Affiliation information: department, institution / hospital, city state (if relevant), country
  • Abstract title – Limited to 25 words in UPPER CASE
  • Abstract text – Limited to 300 words (Please Note: word count is affected when graphs/tables/images are included). We recommend using word-processing software (for example, Word) for editing your abstract and counting the number of words.
  • Use only standard abbreviations. Place special or unusual abbreviations in parentheses after the full word the first time it appears.
  • Use generic names of drugs. Express numbers as numerals
  • Tables: A maximum of 3 tables of up to 10 rows x 10 columns can be included in the abstract. Each table included in the abstract is worth 30 words
  • Graphs and images – It is important to note that each image included in the abstract is worth 30 words. You can upload graphs and images in JPG, PNG and GIF format only. A maximum of 3 images can be included per abstract. The maximum size of each graph/image is 500 KB. The maximum pixel size of graph/picture is 600(w) x 800(h) pixels.
  • All tables, figures, and reference citations must be referred to in the text of the abstract. If there is no reference in the text, the table/figure/reference as applicable will be removed from the abstract before publication.
  • Tables and figures must be sized to one column, or be reducible to the width on one column. Tables submitted in figure format will be reproduced as such.

RULES FOR SUBMISSION

  • All abstracts must be submitted and presented in clear English with accurate grammar and spelling of a quality suitable for publication. If you need help, please arrange for the review of your abstract by a colleague who is a native English speaker, by a university scientific publications office (or other similar facility) or by a copy editor, prior to submission.
  • Abstracts must be submitted via the website only.
  • Abstracts submitted by email will not be accepted.
  • Please do not submit multiple copies of the same abstract.
  • Abstracts must be received by the announced deadline. No modifications and corrections can be made after the submission deadline.
  • Each person may submit up to 3 abstracts as presenting author.
  • Only abstracts of authors who have paid their registration fees by January 16th, 2019 will be scheduled and included in the congress publication.
  • Upon submission, the Abstract Submitter confirms that the abstract has been previewed and that all information is correct, and accepts that the content of this abstract cannot be modified or corrected after final submission and is aware that it will be published exactly as submitted.
  • The Abstract Submitter warrants and represents that he/she is the sole owner or has the rights of all the information and content (“Content”) provided to the 4th International Brain Technology Conference – BrainTech 2019 and Kenes International (Hereafter: “The Organizers”). The publication of the abstract does not infringe any third-party rights including, but not limited to, intellectual property rights.
  • The Abstract Submitter grants the Organizers a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable nonexclusive license to use, reproduce, publish, translate, distribute, and display the Content.
  • The Organizers reserve the right to remove from any publication an abstract which does not comply with the above.
  • Upon submission the Abstract Submitter confirms that the contact details saved in the system are those of the corresponding author, who will be notified about the status of the abstract. The corresponding author is responsible for informing the other authors about the status of the abstract.
  • All abstracts will be forwarded to the Abstract Review Committee for review.
  • The Committee will endeavor to schedule abstracts according to authors’ preferences but reserves the right to decide on the final topic allocation.
  •  The Abstract Submitter will receive confirmation that the abstract has been received, indicating the abstract number which it has been allocated. Please refer to this abstract number in all correspondence regarding this abstract.
  • Please contact the Conference Secretariat if you have not received confirmation that your abstract has been received.
  • Presenting authors must be registered participants. Only abstracts of authors who have paid their registration fees by January 16th, 2019 will be scheduled in the program.
  • Presenting author can be replaced by one of the co-authors only.
  • Submission of an abstract acknowledges your acceptance for the abstract to be published in the official meeting publications.
  • Notifications regarding the status of the abstract will be sent once the review process is complete.
  • No changes will be made to submitted and accepted abstracts
  • Conflicts of Interest / Disclosure: Abstract submitters will be requested to confirm that you will declare any conflict of interests in your presentation at the conference

ABSTRACT SUBMITTERS’ DECLARATION

Disclosure of financial relationships that the author(s) may have with the manufacturer/supplier of any commercial products or services related to the work, should be indicated in the appropriate box on the abstract form.
The presenting author is required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission to the Secretariat.
The Organizers reserve the right to remove from any publications an abstract which does not comply with the above.

ABSTRACT REVIEW

Following the January 16, 2019 late-breaking submission deadline, all abstracts will be reviewed and notification emails will be sent to the submitters until January 30, 2019.

MEET THE ABSTRACT REVIEW CHAIR

Dr. Ido Maor
Research Associate, Laboratory of Neuronal and Circuit Plasticity, The Edmond and Lily Safra Center For Brain Sciences (ELSC)

Ido is a research associate at the laboratory of neuronal and circuit plasticity at the Edmond and Lily Safra center for Brain Science. He holds a PhD in computational neuroscience from the Hebrew university in Jerusalem. He is interested in understanding the neuronal substrate of complex learning in the mammalian brain.

Dr. Ido Maor
Research Associate, Laboratory of Neuronal and Circuit Plasticity, The Edmond and Lily Safra Center For Brain Sciences (ELSC)