Shrine of the Book, Israel Museum, JerusalemThe International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF) fosters research in areas where more than one sensory modality plays a role. Our interests include, but are not limited to, mathematical psychology, psychophysics, neurophysiology and anatomy, development, neuroimaging, application development.

This year, the IMRF conference will take place in the city of Jerusalem. The conference will follow the structure of our successful previous meetings: a single stream of oral presentations together with a number of poster presentations. There is a single call for symposia and papers (deadline for the submission of symposia: February 11, 2013, deadline for the submission of talks and posters: March 18, 2013) and the organisers will try to structure talks on related topics together. At present, the plan is to have approximately 60 oral presentations, and up to 160 poster presentations

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IMRF LogoPrevious IMRF Meetings

Previous IMRF annual meetings have been held in Oxford (England), Tarrytown (New York, USA), Geneva (Switzerland), Hamilton (Ontario, Canada), Sitges (Barcelona, Spain), Rovereto (Italy), Dublin (Ireland), Syndey (Australia), Hamburg (Germany), New York (USA), Liverpool (England) and Fukuoka (Japan). Programs of past meetings are available at