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Global Convergence on the Science of Learning

February 8-10, 2018

Conference Location:

February 8: National Science Foundation Headquarters, 2415 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22314
February 9: Westin Alexandria, 400 Courthouse Square, Alexandria, VA 22314

Important Information:

  • List of Participants: Click here to view a List of Participants!
  • General Information: Click here for general information (e.g. about posters, parking, checking in, internet access)
    Note: Additional poster information is included at the bottom of this page
  • Collaboration Guidance: Click here for Instructions for speakers and listeners,
    and suggestions for moderators of group discussions and participants

Registration is now closed

Hosted by the UC San Diego Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center
Program Organizers: Andrea Chiba, Leanne Chukoskie, and Tim Shipley
Logistics Coordinator: Kate Shanks, 858-822-2902,
Please contact Kate Shanks for your travel needs.

Poster Information:

If presenting a poster, poster dimensions should be 4ft tall x 6ft wide.
Set up instructions: Please bring your poster between 8-8:30am on Feb. 8th to Room E2020-2030 NSF Headquarters, 2415 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22314.


Note: Dear Invited Guests,

We are happy to inform you that we will be able to have our meeting as planned. Given that our plans are in place and our meeting funds were awarded prior to the US Government shut-down, we are allowed to expend our funds as approved. So, we look forward to seeing everyone and appreciate full participation! There is a small chance that we will have to change the meeting venue to the Westin Hotel (where most of us are staying), if the shut-down persists. All events and sessions, however, will still proceed as planned. We especially thank NSF Program Director, Soo-Siang Lim for taking her limited communication allotment to communicate with us and for solidifying approvals in advance.We look forward to seeing you at the event!

This program is funded by grants from the National Science Foundation’s Science of Learning Program.