Please note that we attempt to make intepreters for sign languages available. Irrespective of possible funding, the organizing committee offers to coordinate between signers who are willing to share their interpreters with other signers at the conference. 

For further information please contact Ulrike Wrobel (wrobel (at) euv-frankfurt-o.de).

Formats

Individual presentations:

  • talks of 20 minutes and 10 minutes for discussion
  • poster talks of 5 minutes oral presentation
    Best Paper Award PhD students can apply for the Best Paper Award. The three best contributions of a poster talk win a plenary lecture at the end of the conference. The best of the three lectures receives the Best Paper Award and wins reimbursement of the travel costs.
Panels: integrated thematic sessions of at least 90 minutes, i.e. 3 presentations

  
Topics

Workshop “Current developments in primate gesture research” on July 24, 2010 

Deadlines (extended)

Panel submission: December 15th, 2009

Individual presentation submission: December 15th, 2009

Poster talk: December 15th, 2009

Best Paper Award: December 15th, 2009


Presentations
The submission deadline for individual presentations is December 15th, 2009. All submissions have to be made through the conference website (type of presentation: talk or poster talk).

Acceptance of an abstract implies that at least one of the authors must attend the conference and present the paper. Please note, as the submission form only allows you to submit 4000 signs keep the references to a minimum (3500 signs equal the 500 allowed words of the abstract).
Abstracts must show a clear indication of the purpose of the research, research method, major results, implications and key references. The number of first-authored abstracts is limited to 2. The number of abstracts with authors in collaboration is not limited.

In case the online form cannot be used, please contact the local organizing committee.

Abstracts will be evaluated through a review process and authors will be notified of acceptance/rejection at the latest by the end of January, 2010.

Deadline December 15th, 2009
Language English
Maximum length 500 words, including tables and figures (references excluded)

Panels
The submission deadline for panel abstracts is December 15th, 2009.
All submissions have to be made online through the conference website (type of presentation: panel). 

At the same time an email should be send to isgs@ctw-congress.de indicating information about presentations belonging to one panel (title and authors of each abstract).
Panel proposals must include a rationale, an outline of the issues to be discussed, as well as names and relevant qualifications of the proposed panel participants. Please note, as the submission form only allows you to submit 4000 signs keep the references to a minimum (3500 signs equal the 500 allowed words of the abstract). Accordingly, the individual abstracts of the panel need to be submitted in separate steps.

The number of first-authored abstracts is limited to 2. The number of abstracts with authors in collaboration is not limited.

Abstracts will be evaluated through a review process and authors will be notified of acceptance/rejection at the latest by the end of January, 2010.

Best Paper Award
Authors who want to apply for the Best Paper Award have to give a poster talk of 5 minutes presentation. An onsite jury of experts will select the three best contributions of a poster talk. The selected poster talks win a plenary lecture at the end of the conference as well as reimbursement of the travel costs. The plenary lecture should be prepared in advance. Please note, as the submission form only allows you to submit 4000 signs keep the references to a minimum (3500 signs equal the 500 allowed words of the abstract).

The application deadline for the Best Paper Award is December 15th, 2009. 

Abstracts will be evaluated through a review process and authors will be notified of acceptance/rejection at the latest by the end of January, 2010.