Poster sessions run from 10:00 to 11:00 and from 13:00 to 17:30 everyday in the exhibition area and salle des Goudes,
However, a one hour time block is dedicated to discussion with the authors:
- from 10:00 to 11:00 for even-numbered posters
- from 14:30 to 15:30 for odd-numbered posters
||Wed. 22 May
||Thurs. 23 May
||Fri. 24 May
|Development, synaptic plasticity
||P1.001 to 1.027
||P2.001 to 2.026
||P3.001 to 3.026
|Signalisation, cellular communications
||P1.028 to 1.050
||P2.028 to 2.050
||P3.028 to 3.049
|Neurological and psychiatric diseases, experimental therapeutics
||P1.051 to 1.100
||P2.051 to 2.100
||P3.051 to 3.099
|Integrative neuroscience, sensory physiology
||P1.101 to 1.124
||P2.101 to 2.124
||P3.101 to 3.124
||P1.125 to 1.133
||P2.125 to 2.133
||P3.125 to 3.132
|Behaviour, emotions, cognition, neuroethology
||P1.134 to 1.169
||P2.134 to 2.169
||P3.134 to 3.169
|Theoretical and computational neuroscience
||P1.170 to 1.175
||P2.170 to 2.175
||P3.170 to 3.175
Download the poster abstracts (PDF format 4 Mo)
See also the session planner
The last three digits of the poster number refer to the poster board number.
Posters can be hung in the morning of the day of presentation before 9:00. Presenting authors will find all the material to hang their poster onsite. Posters must be removed on the same day by the end of the day.
Remaining posters will be removed by our staff and stored at the registration desk until Friday, 24 May at 17:30. Posters which have not been picked-up by then will be destroyed.
The Poster Help Desk is at the authors’ disposal at the entrance of salle des Goudes in the exhibition area on level 1.
180 cm (width) et 94 cm (height) maximum.