Development in MOTION is a free online conference organized by an interdisciplinary team of early-stage researchers from academic and industry settings, all part of the MOTION innovative training network.
It will showcase innovative research exploring infants and children’s social and cognitive development through the use of cutting-edge technology such as fNIRS, EEG, eye-tracking and motion capture.
The talks of the conference will be centered around the following themes:
Social and emotional cognition
Sensorimotor learning, action prediction and planning
Visual perception and exploration
Innovative research technologies
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Universities involved in the MOTION project:
Birkbeck, University of London, UK
Lancaster University, UK
Radboud University, Netherlands
University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Uppsala University, Sweden
Companies involved in the MOTION project:
Artinis Medical Systems B.V., Netherlands
Qualisys AB, Sweden
Smart Eye AB, Sweden
Twente Medical System International B.V., Netherlands
June 22 - 24
DEADLINE FOR POSTER ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
See the Poster submission section
NOTIFICATION OF POSTER ACCEPTANCE
DEADLINE FOR CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
See the Registration section, or click on the Register button
Professor, University of Texas - Austin
Developmental intelligence Lab
Professor, Lancaster University
Professor, Indiana University - Bloomington
Cognitive Development Lab
Professor, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich
Development and Educational Psychology
APPLY TO PRESENT A POSTER
We are inviting abstract submissions for poster presentations. The poster session will take place on the last day of the conference (June 24th) on gather.town.
The presenters will be able to display their posters in Jpeg/Png format and present them at the same time. Other attendees will be able to virtually walk from poster to poster, listen to the presenters, and ask questions. This presentation format allows for a lively, real-time interaction.
We welcome abstract submissions from all areas of infant and child development, and submissions from the conference’s main themes are especially welcome: Social and emotional cognition; Sensorimotor learning, action prediction and planning; Visual perception and exploration; Innovative research technologies.
We welcome research ideas and submissions from early stage researchers which may not contain empirical results yet.
Please submit your correctly formatted poster to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15th