As we head into the second year of the pandemic, the International Society for Psychophysics wishes to continue to the tradition of an annual, engaging meeting.
Although once again a physical meeting in Ottawa is not possible, Fechner Day 2021 will be conducted online!
Following last years conference, we became aware of a number of technical issues associated with spam filters.
|September 15, 2021||Email documents to ISP2021 Gmail: firstname.lastname@example.org.|
(Ensure that your ISP membership is paid in full.)
|October 10, 2021||Send link to YouTube to accompany paper.|
|October 19, 2021||Proceedings available.|
|October 19-23, 2021||Launch of Events including live streaming where available.|
Details and Procedure:
We are requesting that submitters use the attached Microsoft Word template (see below) and that submissions are 4-6 pages in length (including references).
Submissions should consist of scholarly work addressing topics including perception, sensation, neuroscience, and mathematical modelling of these processes.
All registered members of ISP can participate. There will be no conference fee. However, you must be registered with ISP and pay your membership by the submission deadline in order to have your manuscript considered.
If you are experiencing an issue with these links, please make your payment through the FD2020 website: http://fechnerday.com/fd2020/
The submissions will be compiled into a conference proceedings document that will be published online. The submission deadline will be September 15, 2021. Submission for Fechner Day 2021 can be sent to communications.ISP@gmail.com.
Please use the accompanying template for submissions. If you require any assistance please contact us.
At present, the plan is to have all materials posted by Oct 19. If there is interest and we have the ability to do so, we will hold live streaming events from Oct 19-23. Ideally, these events would be coordinated so that our international audience can participate.
We would also like to suggest that those submitting a document also consider creating a video presentation. Ideally, we wish to include links to the videos and will post them on a website. The videos should be no longer than 10 min. As well, all videos should be uploaded to YouTube to ensure consistency. However, we do understand if there are issues within any particular region. Links to videos should be sent to the conference coordinators by October 10.
Please email: communications.ISP@gmail.com.
Please use the template below. Click on the image below for the Word file.
Live Events: If you plan to host a local live session (pandemic conditions permitting), we can coordinate your session with a questions and answer period. Again, you will need to send us the appropriate link well in advance (see above deadlines).
While the committee does not endorse any software, please be aware that there are a number of freely accessible ‘desktop recording’ software is available. Some basic ideas are included in the appendix (see below).