Portal opening guidelines to be considered by those wishing to submit abstracts is that the portal for January meetings will open in early September the previous year (i.e. for January 2023, the portal will open in early September 2022). The portal for the Spring meeting will open in early January and the portal for the Summer meeting will open in early April.
EPS submission portals operate on a first come, first served basis. Therefore, portals typically close when the number of spaces has been filled and can close very quickly. We recommend that prospective presenters be ready before the portal opens for the best chance to submit before places are filled.
EPS Meeting: University of Stirling. 13th – 15th July 2022.
This meeting is scheduled to include the 50th Bartlett Lecture by Melvyn Goodale (with an accompanying symposium organised by Gavin Buckingham and Stephanie Rossit) and the 2022 EPS / BSA Undergraduate Prize talk by Caitlin Naylor.
The submission portals for oral and poster presentations have now closed.
We have secured a limited-number of rooms on hold for the EPS meeting at the Stirling Court Hotel, alongside shared student accommodation with a maximum occupancy of 7 people. These options are on the campus of the University of Stirling.
There is also the option to stay in the city itself, with city centre options of Travelodge and Premier Inn. These hotels are connected to the campus by bus routes taking no more than 30 minutes.
To help with your planning, the times of the meeting for each day are as follows:
Wednesday 13th July 9am until 6pm
Thursday 14th July 9am until 6.15pm
Friday 15th July 9am until 1.30pm
Please use the hyperlinks below to go to the relevant pages for each hotel for more information and to book.
You will need to amend dates and occupancy to your requirements.
Shared Alexander Court Flat
Cost on request and dependent on number of people (max. 7).
[To book, please email email@example.com and give the code 249035]
Local Organiser: Peter Hancock
Research Workshop: Gradient Workshop.
To be held at University of Cambridge, Saturday 18th June 2022
The idea that brain functions are organized in terms of ‘gradients’ – with gradual or systematic changes in function and structure across the cortical surface – has gained ground in recent years. The “principal gradient”, accounting for the greatest variance in whole-brain patterns of intrinsic connectivity, captures the separation in connectivity between primary sensory-motor cortex and heteromodal regions of the default mode network (Margulies et al. PNAS, 2016) and relates to physical distance from primary systems on the cortical mantle, patterns of functional change during cognitive tasks and changes in connectivity seen in neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism. Emerging areas of interest include human-animal gradient comparisons, neurodevelopmental changes and individual differences. This meeting will bring together researchers interested in gradients in neuroanatomy and function for a hybrid face-to-face and online event hosting invited speakers from around the world.
For more information, please contact the local organiser Richard Bethlehem.
Organiser: Beth Jefferies.
Research Workshop: Celebrating Dorothy: A Festschrift for Dorothy V. M. Bishop.
To be held at The Royal Society, London. Date: 27th & 28th June 2022.
Dorothy Bishop retires in 2022. Plans are underway for a two-day scientific meeting showcasing research inspired by Dorothy’s contributions. We have two major themes: language development and disorder, from neurobiology through to intervention, and reproducibility and open science. Throughout, we’ll hear from keynote speakers and early career researchers, including some of the many people who have benefited from Dorothy’s wisdom and mentorship. We’re planning fun and celebration as we look back over Dorothy’s amazing career along with reflections on where we are now and where our science is going.
Further information: https://celebratingdorothy.web.ox.ac.uk/home
Organisers: Kate Nation, Kate Watkins, Courtenay Norbury and Amy Orben
EPS Meeting: University College London. 4th – 6th January 2023.
This meeting is scheduled to include the 51st Bartlett Lecture by Robert Logie (with an accompanying symposium organised by Alicia Forsberg) and the 29th EPS Prize Lecture by Catherine Manning (with an accompanying symposium). There will also be a symposium co-hosted by the Psychonomic Society.
In addition, we will be opening a portal in September 2022 for members and their guests to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations.
Local Organiser: Jo Taylor
EPS Meeting: University of Plymouth. 19th – 21st April 2023.
This meeting will include 30th EPS Prize Lecture by Clare Sutherland (with an accompanying symposium organised by Marius Golubickis and Mila Mileva).
In addition, we will be opening a portal in early January 2023 for members and their guests to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations.
Local Organiser: Alastair Smith
EPS Meeting: Swansea University. July 2023.
This meeting will include the 21st Mid-Career Lecture by Gareth Gaskell (with an accompanying symposium organised by Jelena Mirkovic, Matt Davis and Jenni Rodd).
In addition, we will be opening a portal in April 2023 for members and their guests to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations.
Local Organiser: Jeremy Tree
EPS Meeting: University College London. January 2024.
Local Organiser: Jo Taylor
EPS Meeting: Nottingham Trent University. April 2024.
Local Organiser: Duncan Guest
EPS Meeting: University of York. July 2024.
Local organiser: Aidan Horner
EPS Meeting: University College London. January 2025.
Local Organiser: TBC
EPS Meeting: TBC. April 2025.
Local Organiser: TBC
EPS Meeting: TBC. July 2025.
Local organiser: TBC