Keynote speakers include Russ Poldrack, Charles Limb, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, and James Kaufman.
The SfNC meeting is an ideal setting to meet and reconnect with other creativity researchers and educators, present your work, and stay up-to-date with recent developments in the cognitive and brain-based study of creativity. We welcome submissions from junior and senior scholars, including researchers and educators. A limited number of travel awards are available.
How to Submit
- You may submit a Talk, or Poster Presentation
- Please include the following information in your proposal: A title for your presentation, names and affiliations of the authors, an email address for correspondence, an abstract of up to 1700 characters (approximately 250 words)
- Submit your abstract here: https://ucsbltsc.qualtrics.
Submissions are now open and will be accepted until January 5th, 2019
A limited number of NSF-funded travel awards will be available to trainees (students, post-docs) and to education practitioners. To apply for a travel award, please submit a single PDF document (file name Lastname_FirstName initial) here: https://ucsbltsc.qualtrics.
- The location/institution from which you will be traveling
- Your primary goal and/or motivation for attending the meeting
- Whether you want to be considered as a trainee (student/post-doc) OR as an educator (please be clear).
If you are a trainee, describe how your current or future work will advance research questions relevant to creativity research and/or connections between creativity research and education. If you are an educator, describe how your participation in the meeting will be relevant to your educational practice.
See you there!