8th Annual Meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum
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Overview of the Conference

UniversityThe Eighth Annual Meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF) will be held from July 4-8, 2007 in Sydney, Australia. It is hosted by the School of Psychology at the University of Sydney.

With numbers growing year by year, the IMRF meeting has become the premier event for multisensory research.

Conference Location
This year's conference will be held in Maclaurin Hall, in the University of Sydney's main quadrangle. The University is Australia's oldest and is located near the centre of the city. To learn more about Sydney, visit the City of Sydney information page and the City of Sydney visitor guides.

Instructions for Poster Presenters
Maximum poster size is 110 cm wide by 120 cm tall.

Instructions for Talk Presenters (paper sessions and graduate student symposium)
All talks will be 15 minutes long, plus 5 minutes for question. The auditorium is equipped with a data projector and stereo loudspeakers for audiovisual presentations, and will have PC and Mac computers. Presenters will need to download and check their presentations *before* the beginning of each session. You may also bring your own laptop computer if it is necessary, but please remember that changing computers can be time consuming and disrupt the schedule. If possible, the in-house computers provided are the preferred option. If any presenter should need any other kind of equipment for their talk, contact the organisers as soon as possible.

Previous IMRF Meetings
IMRF held its inaugural meeting in 1999 in Oxford, England. Since then, alternating between European and North American locations, the IMRF meeting has been held each year and has grown to become the leading meeting for multisensory research. The 2007 IMRF meeting will be the first to be held in Australasia. Programs of past meetings are available at www.IMRF.info.
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