Presenter Guidelines

If you are scheduled to present an oral or poster presentation during CogSci2022, please take note of the information below.

Virtual Poster Booths in Underline:

All poster presenters and virtual flash talk speakers will receive an email from Podium Conferences that includes a link to upload their profile picture, a short bio, as well as a PDF, which could be your flash talk presentation slides or your poster. You will be required to complete this “poster form” by July 13, 2022. If you didn’t receive this email, please contact us as soon as possible at .

*All poster displays will be available to access and view by all CogSci attendees at any time during the conference and will be available for 24 months after the conference.

Workshop Presentation Guidelines

Workshops are either full day or half day long sessions that are organized by the workshop presentation team.  Kindly ensure that there is ample time for audience participation and discussion during the scheduled workshop time.

The meeting room will be equipped with:

  • Projector and screen (please use 16:9 slide ratio)
  • Lectern microphone
  • Audience microphone(s) for questions
  • Camera for livestreaming to online attendees
  • AV Staff members to manage the video integration from Underline, our online platform

Please provide your presentation slides on a USB for use on the presentation laptop, which will be provided. For ease of transition time, it is recommended that presenters load presentations all onto the presentation laptop before the session starts. 

Symposium Presentation Guidelines

Each symposium is 100 minutes in length including time for Questions and Answers.  

The meeting room will be equipped with:

  • Projector and screen (please use 16:9 slide ratio)
  • Lectern microphone
  • Audience microphone(s) for questions
  • Camera for livestreaming to online attendees
  • AV Staff members to manage the video integration from Underline, our online platform

Please provide your presentation slides on a USB for use on the presentation laptop, which will be provided. For ease of transition time, it is recommended that presenters load presentations all onto the presentation laptop before the session starts. 

Talk Presentation Guidelines

Each talk session is grouped by theme and will be 100 mins long.  There will be FIVE individual talk presentations within the session.  Each will be 15 minutes in length plus 5 minute for Questions and Answers.  There will be a session chair who will keep the presentations and questions on-time, kindly observe the time restrictions out of respect for other presenters.

The meeting room will be equipped with:

  • Projector and screen (please use 16:9 slide ratio)
  • Lectern microphone
  • Audience microphone(s) for questions
  • Camera for livestreaming to online attendees
  • AV Staff members to manage the video integration from Underline, our online platform.

Please provide your presentation slides on a USB for use on the presentation laptop, which will be provided. For ease of transition time, it is recommended that presenters load presentations all onto the presentation laptop before the session starts.

Flash Talk Poster Presentation Guidelines

Each Flash Talk session is 45 minutes in length including time for Questions and Answers. There will be SIX 5-minute presentations in each Flash Talk session and up to 15 minutes of general Q&A. Kindly ensure that you keep to your allotted 5 minutes to provide time for audience participation. All Flash Talks will be delivered live and take place virtually in Zoom, which will be projected onsite into a room at the MTCC as well as virtually through the Underline platform.  The session will be recorded and offered on-demand for all attendees.  Session attendees will be able to ask questions via text chat.

The meeting room will be equipped with:

  • Projector and screen (please use 16:9 slide ratio)
  • Seating for live audience
  • Laptop to facilitate questions from the live audience
  • AV Staff to assist

You will be required attend the entire 45 minute session that you are assigned. Please arrive early to connect with your virtual moderator and to test your presentation to ensure that all slides/images/videos are working properly.

*If you are attending the conference in person, but are giving a virtual Flash Talk, you will be required to find a quiet, private space to present via Zoom.

 

In-Person Poster Presentation Guidelines

There are EIGHT designated poster sessions during the conference. Each poster session is 100 minutes in length. Due to a tight schedule, please arrive 10 minutes early for your poster session, and remove your poster immediately after your poster session time. 

Recommended Poster Information Includes:

  • Keep text to a minimum
  • Ensure text is in large font
  • Use graphs, charts and/or tables
  • Ensure contents have a logical flow
  • Make it colorful

The poster board is 4 feet (height) x 8 feet (width) but you do not need to use the full space. The recommended size is 3.75 feet x 3.75 feet. Push pins will be provided for you to adhere the poster to the board.

*Removal of posters at the end of the display period is the responsibility of the author(s).  Posters not removed by the deadline will be removed and disposed of by meeting staff.  Please note that the posters will be held at the registration desk until the end of the conference after which time they will be recycled.

Poster Session 1 - July 28th
“Education, language acquisition, and development”

Set Up:  10:00 – 10:20
Session Time: 10:20 – 12:00
Tear Down: 12:00 – 12:30

Poster Session 3 - July 28th

“Decision making, attention, planning, and search”

Set Up: 14:50 – 15:00
Session Time: 15:00 – 16:40
Tear Down: 16:40 – 17:00

Poster Session 5 - July 29th

“Language processing, representation, and use”

Set Up: 10:10 – 10:20
Session Time: 10:20 – 12:00
Tear Down: 12:00 – 12:30

Poster Session 7 - July 30th

“Concepts, semantic representation, and memory”

Set Up: 12:30 – 13:00
Session Time: 13:00 – 14:40
Tear Down: 14:40 – 14:50

Poster Session 2 - July 28th

“Number, cause, emotion, space, and time”

Set Up: 12:30 – 13:00
Session Time: 13:00 – 14:40
Tear Down: 14:40 – 14:50

Poster Session 4 - July 29th

“Social cognition, morality, and groups”

Set Up: 08:00 – 08:30
Session Time: 08:30 – 10:10
Tear Down: 10:10 – 10:20

Poster Session 6 - July 30th

“Neuroscience, AI, and human-computer interaction”

Set Up: 08:00 – 08:30
Session Time: 08:30 – 10:10
Tear Down: 10:10 – 10:20

Poster Session 8 - July 30th

“Reasoning, learning, and representation”

Set Up: 14:50 – 15:00
Session Time: 15:00 – 16:40
Tear Down: 16:40 – 17:00

The Cognitive Science Society is pleased to announce the establishment of the CogSci Grove which aims to mobilise cognitive scientists to offset carbon emissions associated with their professional activities.