CCN 2019 Registration

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If you have already registered and know your confirmation number and password, click the button below to add items to your existing registration record. Please note, this cannot be used to register an additional person to CCN 2019, but add-on items to an existing registration only.

If you have not yet registered for CCN 2019, select your membership category below, then click the Continue Registration button, below.

Official Invitation Letter (Proof of Registration) on CCN 2019 Letterhead

If you would like an official invitation letter on CCN 2019 letterhead in order to begin the travel-visa application process, you may request such a letter by clicking on the link below..

Request an Official Invitation Letter (confirming a paid registration)

Registration Fees

CCN 2019 Registration Fee Schedule

Select your registration category. Selection of tutorials and other extras can be indicated on following pages, after you click the Continue button below. Make sure that you link your accepted papers to this registration below, if applicable. Advance Rate
by August 31
Regular Rate
after August 31
Each registration includes admission to the technical sessions, welcome reception, and coffee breaks.
US$375 US$525
US$275 US$375
Tutorials [Friday, September 13]
  • Representing states and spaces (Tim Behrens, Kim Stachenfeld)
  • Causal inference (Dominik Janzing, Sebastian Weichwald)
  • The Bayesian Brain, Variational Inference and the Free Energy Principle (Sam Gershman)
US$20
Mind Matching Sessions [Saturday, September 14] Meet the people most important to you! CCN 2019 will feature a computer-assisted networking event (90 min). Participants will meet and engage in conversation with a new scientist every 15 minutes. An algorithm will determine who meets whom and where. If you choose to participate in this event, you will be asked to provide up to 3 abstracts that are representative of your research. In addition, you may provide up to six other likely attendees with whom you would like to mind-match (requests are private and will not be shared). To avoid meeting with people you already know well, you may list individuals in your labs and institutes, as well as advisors and friends. (90 min) No cost
Cross-collaboration Breakouts [Sunday, September 15]
Attendees may choose one of:
  1. Can state-space models form a bridge between theory and data? (Scott Linderman, Laura Driscoll, Lea Duncker)
  2. How can we measure and model the dynamics of interacting minds? (Janice Chen, Mark Thornton, Adam Calhoun)
  3. How can we design cognitive tasks that challenge both cognitive and neural network models? (Benjamin Peters et al.)
Gather in small groups to discuss specific challenges related to cross-collaboration across disciplines. Invited discussion leaders will kick-start the conversation with short presentations. No cost
Cross-collaboration Breakouts [Monday, September 16]
Attendees may choose one of:
  1. How should we benchmark models in cognitive computational neuroscience? (Matthias Bethge, Y-Lan Boureau, Gemma Roig)
  2. How can we test cognitive models with brain-activity data? (Todd Gureckis et al.)
  3. How can we model the computations of human language perception and production? (Jon Brennan, Laura Gwilliams)
Gather in small groups to discuss specific challenges related to cross-collaboration across disciplines. Invited discussion leaders will kick-start the conversation with short presentations. No cost

Linking of Accepted Papers to Registration Record

Please enter the paper ID(s) of the accepted CCN 2019 paper(s) that you authored or co-authored.

Service Code

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Registration Terms and Policies

If you have any questions about registering, please contact Conference Management Services, Inc. at +1-979-846-6800 or by email to registration@ccneuro.org.