In view of the COVID-19 pandemic situation, CERE 2020 will follow the indications of numerous international public health authorities advising against the organisation of international events. After a serious consideration of scenarios that may occur between now and the June, and taking into account concerns over the health and well-being of attendees and possible travel restrictions in many countries, the CERE2020 Scientific Committee have decided the postponement and reschedule after this situation is over.
We hope that participants that have already submit their abstracts and registered can still attend in the new dates. If not, If not, they can ask for refund by sending an email to email@example.com
We will continue informing all those concerned about any developments in the organisation of the event and appreciate your patience and support. Stay tuned through CERE 2020 website, twitter and Facebook
Please, help us in fighting against this virus by staying at home and washing your hand primarily.
On behalf of the Scientific committee of CERE 2020
Inmaculada Valor and Manuel J. Ruiz,
Chair and Co-chair of CERE 2020
The Consortium of European Research on Emotion (CERE) is an informal organization showcasing the latest research on emotion across Europe and beyond.
The University of Granada (Spain) is set to host the 8th CERE Conference on 5-6 June 2020.
We welcome researchers from a wide range of disciplines studying emotions, including Psychology, Neuroscience, Anthropology, Philosophy, History, Literature, Art, Marketing, Law, Ethics, Politics, Computing Science, and Medicine.
Our multidisciplinary community provides new opportunities to forge collaborations, and enables fresh perspectives, approaches, and questions to emerge.
Attendees will experience the latest in emotion research from thematically arranged poster, open paper, and symposia sessions, with cutting-edge technology showcased by our sponsors. Moreover, CERE 2020 will feature two distinguished keynote speakers: Dr. Maya Tamir, psychologist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Dr. Scott Atran, anthropologist at the University of Michigan and emeritus research director in anthropology at France’s National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS).
Registration is open until the begin of the conference, with an early bird discount available for a short period of time
Previous editions of the CERE conferences were great successes and took place in Amsterdam (2004), Louvain-la-Neuve (2006), Lille (2010), Canterbury (2012), Berlin (2014), Leiden (2016), and Glasgow (2018).
For further information on the conference and submissions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org (Dr. Inmaculada Valor-Segura) or email@example.com (Dr. Manuel J. Ruiz). Please send any question about conference scientific issues to firstname.lastname@example.org (Ms. Carmen Gil), to email@example.com (technical secretariat) or to firstname.lastname@example.org (for general queries).
We are looking forward to welcoming you!