Registration for the 2015 CEMS conference is now open This year there will be only two Registration Fee Types for 2015 $250 Non-Faculty$325 Faculty
These registration fees will cover two days of seminars, breakfast on Thursday and Friday, beverages and snacks during breaks, Guests Dinner Reception Thursday Evening.
Hotel reservations can be made by using the Inn at Penn link and the conference code for discounted rooms.
Please Click on the PAY NOW button below to pay via PayPal using your account or a valid credit card. Your PayPal confirmation is your CEMS receipt and should be used for check in at the symposium on Thursday May 7, 2015.
All participants in the symposium MUST register for the event, even if they are lab staff. Lab employees please email KBHurley@sas.upenn.edu for reimbursement information.
Registration fees will increase $25 after April 24, 2015
Refunds/Cancellations are subject to a 10% cancellation fee. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The venue for the 2015 CEMS will be the Inn at Penn, located on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania.
The Inn at Penn is a Four Diamond Hilton hotel, located at 3600 Sansom Street in historic Philadelphia, PA
The Inn at Penn will also serve as the host hotel for the conference.
Submit an abstract for consideration to give a spoken presentation at the 11th Annual Context and Episodic Memory Symposium (CEMS) to be held on May 7 and 8, at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pa. The symposium is designed to be a forum for the exchange of ideas among colleagues working on theoretical and empirical approaches to the study of context and episodic memory, broadly construed.
The format of CEMS is to have a relatively small number of spoken presentations each followed by a commentary given by a scientist working on related problems. The program committee aims to identify submissions that highlight major new theoretical and/or empirical advances. Papers not selected for these spoken presentations can be given as poster presentations. In previous years, posters have been a major highlight of the meeting and have been very well attended. The Bennet B. Murdock award will be given for the best poster or spoken presentation by a young investigator, as determined by the committee.
Please email abstract paper submissions to Katherine Hurley (research coordinator of the Computational Memory Lab at the University of Pennsylvania) at email@example.com by Friday, January 23, 2015. We would encourage submission of a written description of work in addition to an abstract if such a description is available.
The venue for the 2015 CEMS will be the Inn at Penn, located on the campus of the University of
Pennsylvania. The Inn at Penn is a Four Diamond Hilton hotel, located at 3600 Sansom Street in
historic Philadelphia, PA.
Information for Presenters
25 minute talk, 10 minute commentary, up to 10 minutes of questions.
Please either have slides ready to load onto the presentation computer (a Mac with the latest versions of PowerPoint, Keynote, and Adobe Reader) in the morning before your talk, or bring your own computer, with whatever adapters you will need to output a VGA signal.
We will have the capability to output sound from the computer, but please let us know ahead of time to prepare for that.
Seven minute presentation, followed by one minute for quick questions and changeover. (If you finish early you can take additional questions.)
We will have easels, foam core boards, and thumbtacks available for poster display. Please limit posters to 40x60" at most.
To be announced
For information about previous years' CEMS, please click here.