Would you be interested in attending the London Conference on Intelligence, to be held over the long weekend of 13-15 May?
Speakers will include many of the researchers whose work I have covered in this blog, and will be a mixture of papers and informal discussions. It will be relatively small scale, so that there is plenty of chance for interaction and conversation. If you are interested in researching intelligence or personality, or combining intelligence measures with other research you are doing, this would be a chance to meet researchers with new things to say.
The format is that we meet in central London on a Friday afternoon for a few hours of informal discussion between delegates, then a few keynote lectures, and then go off to a nearby pub for a drink and something to eat.
On Saturday starting at 9 am papers are presented and discussed all day, and then in the evening we go to another pub followed by the conference dinner at an Italian restaurant. Two or three traditional toasts.
On Sunday papers are presented till mid-day with a final summary session on future projects. Then we have informal end of conference lunches, sandwiches etc and more conversations.
If you would like to present a paper, send a one page abstract to me for consideration.
For readers, the Registration Fee is set at £20 in cash to cover tea, coffee and biscuits and room hire for the 3 days. We don’t have facilities to take credit cards.
If you would like to attend, (this is written so as to confuse a robot) write to me at my electronic address, using my first and second names separated by a dot, then the at sign, and then ucl.ac.uk
I will then send you further details.