We are pleased to share the second newsletter of the Timing Research Forum (TRF).
- TRF UPDATE
We are proud to claim a membership that is now ~400 members strong! The website is very popular with ~12000 total hits.
We have now expanded to 132 followers on Twitter and 135 on Facebook. Both social media pages are being actively used by the members to share timing related papers, publications, calls for conferences and symposia, request for experimental participants, and other related updates. Join us and share your work and news!
- TRF CONFERENCE
We are pleased to confirm the dates for the first TRF conference that will be held from October 23-25, 2017 at the University of Strasbourg, France. Anne Giersch and Jenny Coull are the hosts and have already shown excellent initiative and progress with the organizational aspects of the conference. We look forward to working with them to finalize the format of the conference program. We will disseminate updates and the conference website as soon as we have them, till then please save the dates for the 1st TRF conference.
III. TRF ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
Our call for TRF Associate Members in the previous newsletter received a tremendous response and we are happy to announce their names below.
TRF Bloggers will review at least one timing paper of their choice and blog about it on the TRF website. Each blog post will be open for comments and further discussions so we look forward to your contribution and hope to have lively and thoughtful discussions!
Molly J. Henry
Brain and Mind Institute, The University of Western Ontario, Canada
Bharath Chandra Talluri
Department of Neurophysiology and Pathophysiology, University Medical Centre, Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
Centre of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences, University of Allahabad, India
Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity, University of Oxford, UK
MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development, Australia
TRF SOCIAL MEDIA & NEWS MANAGER
The candidate will be responsible for sharing timing related news including:
- a) publication of new papers, journal special issues, and books
- b) timing events, conferences, workshops etc.
- c) grants and funding opportunities
- d) job openings at the doctoral, postdoctoral, and faculty level
- e) encouraging TRF members and attendees at timing conferences to tweet
Decision Neuroscience Laboratory, University of Melbourne, Australia
TRF MAILING LIST MODERATOR
The mailing list moderator will ensure the approval of member posts and will keep the TRF mailing list clean from SPAM or unwanted emails.
Time Perception Laboratory, University of Groningen, Netherlands
- TIMING MEETINGS
Please visit – http://timingforum.org/timing-meetings/ for an updated list of timing meetings.
- TRF’s RESOURCES AND YOUR CONTRIBUTION
TRF aims to host timing related resources, so that TRF‘s website will be the one stop for everything related to timing. Currently, the TRF website has these resources: all members’ publications, timing related special issues, and books on timing, a list of meetings focused on timing, a list of timing related societies/groups, as well as code and mentoring resources.
We ask all of you to contribute to these resources. Please send us (by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org) any omissions that we might have or any new information that should be added.
TRF is based on the idea of sharing information freely between its’ members so as to advance timing research and group collaborations. Thus, we encourage all of you to share with us any of the above resources that you might have and/or suggest new resources that we should add and circulate within the community.
We thank all of you for supporting this community and hope that you will continue to do so in the future. As we continuously emphasize, TRF is meant to be open to all timing researchers with the aim of sharing
ideas and advancing the current state of the art. Thus, we are open to any suggestions or ideas that will help TRF grow and advance. We have already established many ways (website, mailing list, resources etc.) to
discuss the current state and the future of TRF and these tools will become more active in the coming months. We are looking forward to all of your feedback!
With best wishes,
Sundeep Teki & Argiro Vatakis
University of Oxford Cognitive Systems Research Institute