International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF)

IMRF is a scientific meeting that aims to advance our understanding of how the nervous system processes information from multiple senses to shape both perception and action. This multidisciplinary conference features neuroscientists, psychologists, engineers, biologists, cognitive scientists and others coming together to present and discuss the most recent and impactful work in the field. Active topics of research include human and animal behavior, sensory anatomy and physiology, neural correlates of multisensory processes, computational modeling, perception, attention, development, adaptation, decision making, as well as clinical and technological applications. 


Symposia topics:

Shifting Sensory Reliance: Adaptive Strategies in Vision Impairment and Blindness

From Lipreading to Listening: How Visual Cues Shape Auditory Speech Processing

Unravelling the Neural Mechanisms of Multisensory Self-Motion Processing: From Primate Models to Clinical Applications

Contributions of Innate Constraints and Experience to the Development of Visual Cortex: Evidence from Infants and Blind adults

From Passive to Active: the Influence of Active Perception on Multisensory Processing

Multisensory Development in Humans from Birth through Young Adulthood


Monday, June 17 to 12:00 am

Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center 85 W Stadium Way, Reno, NV 89512

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