The Meeting Planner allows you to search by author, affiliation, presentation time, place, abstract, and create your schedule trhough the web.
Welcome to Neuroscience2011 Related Abstract Search tool
You can search abstracts from keywords, and related abstracts based on your selection. You can also create a list of abstracts for viewing or printing (Printing Cart). It is also accessible through iPad and smartphones (iPhone and Android). Your Printing Cart is managed by a unique ID, see details below.
You can view this guide at any time by placing the mouse over "How to use".
Enter a keyword on the box above and press the "Search" button. After this search, select the abstracts of your interest and click the "Related Abstract" button.
You will see a list of abstracts related to what you have selected, as well as a list of related keywords. Note that some abstracts may not contain the keywords you have provided! These abstracts, displayed with a "gold ingot", are possible "Hidden treasure" !
Press "Add to Cart" to add and "Delete" to delete from cart. Abstracts added to the "Printing Cart" are automatically sorted by date and time. Your "Printing Cart" is automatically saved using a unique ID found at the top right corner of the page. You can save this ID as a text file by pressing the "Text" link, bookmark with the "Bookmark" link, or send the login-URL by e-mail "E-Mail" link. Enter this ID on the box at the top right corner to restore your "Printing Cart" from any computer.
Try and find your hidden treasures!!
For mobiles (iPhone, iPad, Smartphones: Android): A beta version is now available at:
If you have any question or comments, contact us at:
ras @ ni.brain.riken.jp
Laboratory for Neuroinformatics, RIKEN BSI
Link to Meeting Planner:
There is a link to the Meeting Planner provided by the society for each abstract. Previous years allowed users to jump to a page where they would be allowed to add the selected abstract to the schedule manager provided by the system (My Schedule on previous years). However, this year, only a static page on the abstract is provided.