Notes for Posters
Poster sizes: A0 (Portrait)
PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS MARCH 18, 2019
Submission and reviewing are handled via the EasyChair system.
Papers may be up to four pages long, and should be in a two-column format. The submission language is English. Optionally, authors can submit papers in Turkish, in which case the title and the abstract should be both in English and Turkish. All paper submissions are evaluated by peer reviewers who make recommendations to the Program Committee. The final decision of acceptance is made by the Program Co-Chairs. Accepted papers will be presented at the conference as posters.
The papers will not appear in a printed proceedings volume, and no copyright will be claimed. Therefore, we solicit contributions that are:
1 – Summaries of already published work related to cognitive sciences. These will not be peer reviewed, but the abstracts will be used to determine the program. Please make sure you reference the original paper the submission is based on. We would like to encourage the submission of these papers to disseminate them widely in the Turkish cognitive science community.
2 – Original, unpublished work and work in progress papers. Since we do not claim copyright, you are free to re-submit it elsewhere after the symposium.
All submissions must be made electronically as PDF files.
The files are to be uploaded to the conference submission site (click on EasyChair).
All PDF submissions must be A4 sized, with NO headers/footers and NO page numbers. Please name the submission file in this format:
“authorname_submissiondate.pdf” (e.g., smith_1_28.pdf).
If there are any special fonts required (Turkish, etc) these must be included with the submission (i.e., embedded in the PDF file).
For your convenience, there are files below for Microsoft Word and LaTeX that you can use as templates. With a few exceptions (especially length) the formatting details are the same for all types of submissions. Please do not edit the margins or font settings of these files. These files are slightly modified from the Cognitive Science Society conference style files.