Conference Program

Four days, packed with great events

There will be a number of satellite events on Sunday morning 3. September at the Campus Griebnitzsee, during which you can already register and collect your conference documents:

Open Sesame Workshop (Sebastiaan Mathot)
Women in Cognitive Science (Teresa Bajo Molina, Cristina Cacciari, Andria Shimi)
JASP Training Course (Eric-Jan Wagenmakers)
ERC Funding Workshop
Journal of Cognitive Psychology: Meet the editors (link TBA)
Workshop on "Conscious and unconscious aspects of learning (Alain Content, Axel Cleeremans): link TBA
Workshop on “Cognitive Enhancement“ (Lorenza Colzato, Bernhard Hommel)


The 20th ESCoP meeting will begin stress-free on Sunday afternoon at 4pm with a Welcome event and an invited keynote by Professor Sian Beilock (University of Chicago) on “Academic performance under stress: At the intersection of emotion and cognitive control”.

This keynote will be followed by academic talks and an Opening Reception with drinks and light catering as part of your registration fee.

There will be 3 days full of exciting science, accompanied by an attractive social event and framed by a special good-bye event that is not to be missed.  See our (tentative) time table below for more details.

If you need child care, please note that you can request this service when registering for the meeting. If you would like to present your PhD or post-doc work in a particularly entertaining mini talk at the Science Slam, please email your proposal to contact@escop2017.org

Finally, ESCoP 2017 is co-located with the 40th European Conference on Visual Perception in nearby Berlin. Directly following ESCoP 2017 you can visit the 10th Annual Meeting on Embodied and Situated Language Processing in Moscow. Consider also the 19th European Conference on Eye Movements held from 20-24 August in Wuppertal/Germany.

September 2017
03.09. - 06.09.2017
University Potsdam
Germany
Accepted Symposia

OUR Current Time Table (Tentative)

Tuesday | Biotic vs. abiotic ?

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09:00

Registration, Satellite events: JASP, ERC Funding, Meet the editors, Open Sesame, Women in CogSci, "Cognitive Enhancement" and "Unconscious Learning" workshops...

Length: 120 minutes

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Speaker: Dr. Andrea Wagner

17:10

Keynote

Length: 120 minutes

The use of the present as a key to the past is needed to interpret dolomitization more than for any other geologic processes to help understand the origin and distribution of dolomite in the geologic column.  The dolomite controversy has remained an enigma in sedimentology for the last 200+25 years. Many field studies have been conducted in modern carbonate environments, as well as in laboratory experiments using both biotic and abiotic parameters, to explain possible ancient geologic parameters that facilitated dolomite precipitation under Earth’s surface conditions.  This session seeks contributions that provide a better understanding of the (bio)geochemical reaction pathways and environmental controls on the precipitation of dolomite in lacustrine, marine and early diagenetic sedimentary environments

Speaker: Samuel Roger Smith

18:30

First Sessions

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Dr. Marc Musterman

19:30
19:30

Opening Reception

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: John Murphy jr.

Wednesday | Geochemical processes and tools

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08:00

Registration

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

09:00

Talks

Length: 120 minutes

The use of the present as a key to the past is needed to interpret dolomitization more than for any other geologic processes to help understand the origin and distribution of dolomite in the geologic column.  The dolomite controversy has remained an enigma in sedimentology for the last 200+25 years. Many field studies have been conducted in modern carbonate environments, as well as in laboratory experiments using both biotic and abiotic parameters, to explain possible ancient geologic parameters that facilitated dolomite precipitation under Earth’s surface conditions.  This session seeks contributions that provide a better understanding of the (bio)geochemical reaction pathways and environmental controls on the precipitation of dolomite in lacustrine, marine and early diagenetic sedimentary environments

Speaker: Crisogono Vasconcelos

10:40

Coffee break

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

11:00

Talks

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: Marc Aurell and Beatriz Badenas

12:40

Poster Session 1/ Lunch

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

14:30

Symposia

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

16:10

Coffee

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

16:30

Symposia

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

18:30

Berterlson Lecture

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

19:30

ESCoP Business Meeting

Length: 70 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

Thursday | Carbonate & dolomite ?

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08:00

Registration

Length: 120 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

09:00

Symposia

Length: 120 minutes

The use of the present as a key to the past is needed to interpret dolomitization more than for any other geologic processes to help understand the origin and distribution of dolomite in the geologic column.  The dolomite controversy has remained an enigma in sedimentology for the last 200+25 years. Many field studies have been conducted in modern carbonate environments, as well as in laboratory experiments using both biotic and abiotic parameters, to explain possible ancient geologic parameters that facilitated dolomite precipitation under Earth’s surface conditions.  This session seeks contributions that provide a better understanding of the (bio)geochemical reaction pathways and environmental controls on the precipitation of dolomite in lacustrine, marine and early diagenetic sedimentary environments

Speaker: Crisogono Vasconcelos

10:40

Coffee break

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

11:00

Symposia

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

12:40

Poster Session 2/ Lunch

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

14:30

Talks

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

16:10
16:10

Coffee

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

16:30
16:10

Talks

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

19:00

Social Event (Boat Cruise)

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: Marc Aurell and Beatriz Badenas

Friday | Final speakers of a great event

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08:00

Registration

Length: 120 minutes

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Speaker: Stefano Bernasconi and Peter Swart

09:00

Talks

Length: 120 minutes

The use of the present as a key to the past is needed to interpret dolomitization more than for any other geologic processes to help understand the origin and distribution of dolomite in the geologic column.  The dolomite controversy has remained an enigma in sedimentology for the last 200+25 years. Many field studies have been conducted in modern carbonate environments, as well as in laboratory experiments using both biotic and abiotic parameters, to explain possible ancient geologic parameters that facilitated dolomite precipitation under Earth’s surface conditions.  This session seeks contributions that provide a better understanding of the (bio)geochemical reaction pathways and environmental controls on the precipitation of dolomite in lacustrine, marine and early diagenetic sedimentary environments

Speaker: Crisogono Vasconcelos

10:40

Coffee break

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

11:00

Talks

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

12:40

Poster Session 3/ Lunch

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

14:30

Symposia

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

16:10

Coffee Break

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

16:30

Symposia

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

18:30

Broadbent Lecture

Length: 120 minutes

Lacustrine systems have received renewed study because of growing interest in paleo-climate as well as from their ability to store large quantities of organic-C. Carbonates are key recorders of lake water chemistry and many of these undergo dolomitization in association with organic productivity. We are seeking contributions describing and interpreting the origin of dolomite in lake systems that may range from the modern into the ancient.

Speaker: Rick Sarg

19:30

Science Slam/ 20th ESCoP

Length: 120 minutes

Sedimentation on carbonate platforms has varied through space and time due to the complex interaction of climate, tectonics and sea-level changes combined to biological evolution. We look here for contributions showing the key factors controlling the development of particular carbonate platforms. These well documented case studies should provide additional dataset to increase our understanding on the different types of carbonate platforms geometry, facies heterogeneities and stacking pattern of facies.

Speaker: Marc Aurell and Beatriz Badenas

Social Program

We have booked two large boats which will depart from Potsdam Harbour (across from Potsdam Hauptbahnhof) at 7pm on the Tuesday evening. The boat tour takes 3 hours and passes a large number of amazing sights, including the famous “spy bridge” and several castles before returning to Potsdam Harbour. 

The trip includes an on-board dinner buffet and drinks. Please register separately for this event once registration is open.

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