11th International Multisensory Research Forum 16 - 19.06.2010

The event is a symposium at the International Multisensory Research Forum conference to be held in Liverpool. This meeting takes place since 1999 in different cities. The International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF www.imrf.info) is the leading society fostering research into multisensory processing in biological systems. The forum brings together world leading experts from experimental sciences: neurosciences, psychology, and modeling. The annual conference attracts 200-300 international delegates, features an annual special issue in a high impact journal, and a web presence to foster multisensory research.

Event dates: 16th -- 19th June 2010.

The conference is organized in symposia that address current topics and are structured to be accessible to scientists from a wide range of backgrounds. Symposia at the 2010 conference include:
- Body perception: How we come to experience that we own our body: the importance of multisensory integration.
- Virtual Environments: The multisensory processing of space and self-motion perception in virtual environments
- Embodied Emotion
- Multisensory Integration in Neuropsychiatric Diseases (Sponsored by Unilever)

For more information please visit http://imrf.mcmaster.ca/IMRF/ocs2/index.php/imrf/2010/.