Call for Abstracts
The KSBNS is accepting abstract submissions for oral presentations and poster presentations for the KSBNS 2023 conference. Please read the following guidelines carefully before submitting your abstract.
- Abstract Submission Deadline: June 9, 5:00 PM (KST)
- During submission, you will have two presentation options to choose from:
- ✔ Poster Only - You will only be considered for a poster presentation.
- ✔ Oral + Poster - You will be considered for both oral and poster presentations.
- The Program Committee accommodates 7 oral presentation sessions this year to encourage oral presentations of graduate students and postdoctoral researchers.
- All abstracts submitted to KSBNS 2023 will be reviewed by the Program Committee after the submission deadline. Your abstract may be rejected or you may be requested to revise the abstract.
- You do not have to be a member to submit an abstract. However, you must register with full payment for the conference in order to submit an abstract. Attending co-authors must register independently. If you do not have an account from the previous KSBNS meeting, please create a new account.
- All abstracts must be submitted online in English through the abstract submission site by the submission deadline. No email submissions will be accepted.
- Submitters are required to ensure that all co-authors are aware of the content of the abstract before submission. The submitters are requested to proofread the abstract carefully for formatting, spelling and data errors prior to submitting. Errors may be corrected if revised by the abstract submission deadline. No corrections can be made to abstracts after the deadline.
- The submitters should assign their abstract to a specific category (See Abstract Categories).
- ✔ Abstract Categories
- Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
- Cognition and Behavior
- Computational Neuroscience / Technology in Neuroscience
- Glia, Glia-neuron Interactions
- Neurobiology of Disease
- Synaptic Transmission and Excitability
- Systems and Circuits
- The maximum length allowed is 150 characters for a title, 2,000 characters for an abstract body and 400 characters for acknowledgements including blank spaces. Use sentence-style capitalization for the information of authors, title, abstract body, and keywords. Capitalize only the first letter of the first word, and proper nouns.
- Acknowledgement of receipt of your submission with an abstract submission number will be sent to the submitter’s email address and the corresponding author(s)' email address(es) immediately upon submission. If you do not receive the confirmation email, please do not submit the abstract again, and contact the secretariat at email@example.com.
- An abstract submitted for Poster Presentation may be assigned to Oral Presentation or vice versa by the Program Committee. In that case, both the presenting authors and corresponding authors will be informed of any change to their submitted presentation type.
- If you choose to withdraw your abstract, please email your request to the secretariat by the abstract submission deadline, 2023. After the deadline, your abstract will be published as it was submitted.
- All presentations during the sessions will be assessed by judges. The presenters who have made the most outstanding presentations will be selected for the awards. The winners will be announced and acknowledged and shall receive a certificate and a cash prize at 14:50 on September 8 (Fri), 2023 at the General Assembly.
Call for Minisymposia
The KSBNS offers graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and research professors (non-tenure-track professors only) an opportunity
to organize and submit a themed minisymposium of their own. If you want to
organize a minisymposium, please submit the title, brief description, and
names/affiliations/talk titles of all your presenters in the proposal form by May
26, 11:59 PM (KST). Acceptance will be notified via email around June. For
further inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please follow the guidelines below:
- Each minisymposium should last for about 50 minutes, with 4-5 speakers presenting and discussing a coherent topic in neuroscience that should be of interest to a broad audience.
- Only graduate students, postdoctoral researchers (including non-tenure-track research professors) can participate in the minisymposium as speakers and chairpersons.
- Each minisymposium should have 1 chairperson to moderate the session and lead discussion.
- Speakers and the chair should be included only upon their consent.
- All speakers must be present offline at the venue (BEXCO, Busan) and no online participation will be allowed.
- English should be used as the official language.
- Highest priority will be given to the proposals that include
- - a diverse group of participants (e.g., gender, race, and country of origin) from different institutions under a cohesive theme.
- - broader and outstanding interest to a general audience.