6th MindBrainBody Symposium 2018
The last MBB Symposium took place on March 15-16, 2018 at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Berlin School of Mind and Brain | Festsaal | 2nd floor | Luisenstraße 56 | 10117 Berlin.
You can follow the MBB Symposium final program here: PROGRAM
You can download the symposium booklet here. Please do NOT print because you will get a printed copy during registration: BOOKLET MBBS 2018
You can enjoy the photos of our 6th MBB Symposium here: Photos MBB 2018
Previously presented posters are also welcomed. Maximum poster size is 900 x 1200 mm (width x height, portrait format). You will be supplied with pins to hang your posters. You can also have with you printouts of your poster (A4) for distribution, if you wish. Each applicant should prepare max. 1-min presentation (max 3 sentences) for the poster session.
Oral presentations are 15 minutes only (10 min talk / 5 min discussion).
If you wish to have poster or oral presentation, please provide an abstract with title and author list.
Only the best abstracts will be chosen for oral presentations.
Please write the authors’ names and affiliations following the format of the example below (max. 60 characters). Please don’t forget each comma, point, brackets and “&” signs. Indicate each author’s affiliation after his/her name with brackets and number(s) as shown. Include ONLY city but not state/country in the affiliation line! Example:
Nierhaus, T. [1,2], Vidaurre, C. , Mueller, K. , & Villringer, A. [1,2]
 Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
 MindBrainBody Institute, Berlin School of Mind and Brain, HU, Berlin
 Machine Learning Department, Technical University Berlin, Berlin
The abstract should NOT exceed 300 words! Please avoid references/literature/bibliography and figures in the abstract. It should include Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion sections in separate paragraphs.
Introduction: Xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
Methods: Xxxxx xx xx xxxxx xxxxxxx.
Results: Xxxx xxxxxxx xx xxxx xxxxxx.
Discussion: Xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxxx.
We offer 2 parallel workshops. Please choose only ONE workshop during registration.
 “How do artificial neural networks help to understand visual perception?” Speaker: Dr. Radoslaw Martin Cichy (Berlin)
 “Neural processes underlying self-monitoring and awareness during complex sensorimotor behaviour” Speaker: Dr. Maria Herrojo Ruiz (London)
MBB Young Scientist Award
We offer a MBB Young Scientist Award which will provide you with the opportunity of a funded research stay at MindBrainBody Institute or at the Neurology Department of Max Planck Institute Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig (MPI CBS Leipzig). If you want to be considered for the selection of the MBB Young Scientist Award, please add a project idea (in the research areas of MindBrainBody Institute) to be performed in a 3-month period within the next year, using behavioral and neurophysiological / neuroimaging methods available at our Institute. The project can be conducted in co-supervision. Project Proposal text should be in a form of short proposal including Introduction, Research Question, and Methods (about 800 words).
Attendance without presentation is possible. Previously presented posters are also welcomed. Please register here:
The registration deadline is over! It is NOT possible to register anymore!
Deadline: December 20, 2017
Acceptance Email and Bank Details
You will receive an acceptance email in January 2018 with the bank transfer details for the registration fee. The registration fee should be transferred by January 30, 2018. You will get from us the receipt of the payment later by email. Registration Fee: 20 EUR
For further questions, please contact
Dr. Anahit Babayan | Email: babayan(at)cbs.mpg.de