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Luke Jone’s Talk here.
Corfu is a Greek island located at the Ionian Sea. It is the second largest of the Ionian Islands and it is easily reached by land, sea, and air.
Travel by Land
Ferry Boats (Domestic Lines)
International Lines to and from ITALY (Patra, Bari, Brindezi, Ancona, Venice)
Travel by Air
Corfu Airport is connected by charter flights to most european cities. EasyJet is also offering direct flights to Corfu from many major cities (e.g., London). One can also easily reach Corfu via a connecting flight in Athens.
Hotel reservations can by made by contacting Mrs. Ketty at email@example.com or 0030 26610 39707 and mentioning the TIMELY conference.
Note: Prices below are per person, thus for double room multiple by 2, if 2 persons.
|Hotel Details||DBL BB||SGL BB|
|AQUIS MON REPOS PALACE “ART Hotel” 4*
Walking distance to venue: 15’
|Corfu Palace Hotel 4*
Walking distance to venue: 3’
|Cavalieri hotel 4*
Walking distance to venue: 0’
|Siorra Vittoria Hotel 4*
Walking distance to venue: 6’
|Arcadion Hotel 3+*
Walking distance to venue: 5’
|City Marina Hotel 3*
Walking distance to venue: 12’
|Konstantinoupolis Hotel 3*
Walking distance to venue: 15’
Department of Psychology, Keele University UK, and School of Psychological Sciences, University of Manchester, UK
Center for Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics and Department of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK
Michel Treisman will talk about: The internal clock and the structure of time perception.
Karin Bausenhart will talk about: Mechanisms of multisensory integration in the time domain.
Ian Phillips will talk about: Time perception without metaphors, or Down the stream of consciousness without a saddle
Julio Santiago will talk about: The richness and flexibility of temporal thought across cultures, languages, and individuals
Michael Schwartze will talk about: Clockwork dysfunctions: Impaired use of temporal structure in cerebellar and basal ganglia lesion patients
Valter Tucci will talk about: Sleep, circadian rhythms and interval timing: Evolutionary strategies to time information
Alan Wing will talk about: Coordination in group timing
All submissions will be peer reviewed by members of the Scientific Committee and the Conference Organizers. Accepted submissions (poster, paper, symposium, tutorial) will appear in full in the Conference Proceedings.
Papers/Abstracts: Papers may be up to ten pages long (see Paper Template for content/formatting details). Abstracts can be up to 1000 words. Accepted papers/abstracts may be presented at the conference as either talks or posters.
Symposia: Symposia on current research topics and of multidisciplinary nature are welcomed. A symposium is allotted 85 minutes: up to four 20-min talks and a 5-min introduction. A symposium is submitted as a two-page summary of the topic (see Symposium Template for content/formatting details).
Tutorials: Tutorials aim to provide new insights, knowledge, and skills to those attending. Tutorials should target an audience of advance Masters, Doctoral, and Postdoctoral students. Tutorials should not last more than 3 hours. A tutorial is submitted as a two-page summary of the topic to be covered (see Tutorial Template for content/formatting details).
All submissions must be made electronically through the submission system and using the Templates provided in a WORD format. It is pertinent NOT to modify the Template provided. The submission file should be named: “FirstAuthorLastName_SubmissionType.doc” (e.g., Johnson_Tutorial.doc; Johnson_Paper.doc; Johnson_Symposium.doc; Johnson_Poster.doc).
Early Registration (until January 31st, 2014)
150€ for Researchers
130€ for Doctoral Students
100€ for Non Students/Other
Late Registration (starting on February 1st, 2014)
200€ for Researchers
180€ for Doctoral Students
110€ for Non Students/Other
Time In MEntaL activitY: theoretical, behavioral, bioimaging and clinical perspectives (TIMELY) is a network of scientists working on timing and time perception for the exchange of expertise and establishment of new collaborations.
TIMELY seeks to explore fundamental questions on timing by bringing together, for the first time, senior and junior scientists from different disciplines and perspectives.
Specifically, TIMELY will focuses on four main themes:
A. Conceptual analysis and measurement of time
B. Exploration of the cognitive, linguistic, and developmental factors associated with time perception
C. Extension of timing research to real world applications
D. Uncovering the neural correlates of TP
TIMELY is a ISCH Action TD0904 funded by COST.
For more details visit TIMELY’s website.