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Thu 18 Apr, '24
Conference of Multimodality in Early Interactions (CoMEIn) for ECRs
Zeeman Building, MS.04

It is our pleasure to invite you to the Conference of Multimodality in Early Interactions (CoMEIn) for ECRs, to be held on April 18th 2024 at the University of Warwick.


CoMEIn” for ECRs is a one-day interdisciplinary conference that aims to provide a platform for PhD students and post-doctoral researchers to share their findings, insights and unique perspectives on the role of multimodality (i.e., various modes of communication such as gesture, prosody, speech etc.) in early caregiver-child interactions, and how this may shape communicative development in the early years. There will be keynote speeches from established scholars on cross-disciplinary topics related to the overarching theme of multimodality in early interactions, as well as careers talk and Q&A session from a panel of academics in the field, for ECRs to gain insight into securing a job in academia.


As such, we encourage early career researchers working on the topic of multimodality in early interactions, to be a part of this wonderful event and secure the opportunity to: present their findings, network with fellow exciting minds in the field, gain insight into academic professional development, and foster the potential for future collaborations. We are soliciting two types of contributions: oral presentations or posters.

Submit your abstracts via email to:
Deadline: Friday 22nd December 2023