Who gets to present at BCI-UC?

Everyone can apply to present at BCI-UC by submitting an abstract for a presentation. Submitted abstracts can report novel as well as already published work. The BCI-UC does not have a program committee that reviews submitted abstracts. Instead, all registered participants can vote which of the submissions they would like to see presented at the un-conference.

What is the format of the presentations?

Each contributed presentations will be 20 minutes in total (15 min presentation + 5 min discussion). Presentations are held live, with the possibility to share slides or other material on your screen.

Where should I submit my presentation?

After registration you will be able to visit a website for submission.  
The website for registration and submission will be announced here

Who can vote on the submissions?

At BCI-UC the participants are setting the agenda. All registered participants get access to the voting platform and may up-vote as many submissions as they wish. 

To ensure a fair voting process driven by the interests of the BCI community, we ask that you only register and vote if you plan to attend BCI-UC. The organizers furthermore reserve the right to remove suspicious votes from the total count.

When does the registration start?

Registration for the 3rd BCI-UC will start on November 1st, 2021

When does the submission open/close?

The abstract submission for the 3rd BCI-UC will open on November 1st, 2021.

The deadline for submissions is December 3rd, 2021 at 11:59 pm (CET).

When does the voting start/end?

The voting system for the 3rd BCI-UC opens on December 6th, 2021 at 8 am (CET) and closes on December 12th, 2021  at 23:59 pm (CET).

Do I need to register to view the presentations?

No, the event will be publicly streamed. You only need to register to submit a topic or to vote on submissions.

How much does it cost to register?

Registration, submission and participation in BCI-UC are free-of-charge.

I signed up without a submission, but would now like to submit a presentation. What should I do?

After registration you can always submit a(n additional)  presentation topic with an abstract during the submission period



Will the event be recorded?

Yes, BCI-UC will be recorded and the recordings will be made public after the event. You can view recordings of past editions here.

Who can see my votes?

You can only see your own votes

I have another question, who should I contact?

You can contact the organizers via bci-uc.ni@univie.ac.at.