Abstract Submission Open Now
It is our pleasure to invite you to join us at the 25th Annual CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy, Robotics & Social Networking Conference – CYPSY25 – that will take place on June 22 to 24, 2020 at Milan, Italy.
The Call for Abstract will close on January 11, 2020.
Please view all instructions and guidelines to submit your abstract at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cypsy25
You can submit an abstract to one of the following three types of communications:
The difference between an oral presentation and a symposium is that independent oral presentations will be regrouped together by the Organizing Committee according to keywords provided by the authors, while a symposium consists of a group of four or five oral presentations selected and organised by one symposium chair. If you are contributing as part of a symposium, please choose this option on the submission form and separately advise your symposium chair of the title of your presentation.
Submission of Abstracts
If you would like to present a poster or an oral presentation at CYPSY25, please submit an abstract for the Scientific Committee to review based on the guidelines below. If you are a symposium chair, please email the list of presentation titles and contributors comprising your symposium, along with the symposium title, to firstname.lastname@example.org and ensure that all contributors submit their abstracts via the submission system indicating them as symposium presentations.
Each submission is peer-reviewed and will be selected based on scientific merit. Abstracts should clearly outline results from scientific studies. All presentations must contain original and scientifically valid information. Reports on completed research are clearly favored over descriptions of planned research. Commercial promotion and funding requests are not appropriate. The Scientific Committee will blindly review all abstracts and may invite the author(s) to make a poster presentation at the conference even if they have requested an oral presentation. The oral/poster/reject decision is at the discretion of the Scientific Committee.
2-page Abstract Preparation
- Presenters are required to submit a 2-page extended abstract which should include a short abstract (250 words).
- Please use this file to prepare your abstract. Abstracts that do not meet the required criteria will be sent back to the author to be re-formatted.
- Required structure: Title, Author/s, Affiliation/s, Short Abstracts (250 words), Keywords, Introduction/Problem, Method/Tools, Results, Conclusion. You must adhere to the document format requirements of IOS Press.
- Novelty/Discussion: Please cover what makes this research different from prior work by you or by others. Please focus on the most unique aspect of your research, instead of broad implications.
- References: Optional but appreciated. Please use ONLY the standard bibliographic format (download the file above.
- File formats: Acceptable formats are all the Word formats (.doc or .docx). No LaTeX, please.
- The conference is in English and all abstracts will need to be in English. Please check spelling and grammar, as your abstract will be printed in the conference syllabus.
- If English is not your native language, please have your paper proofread by a native speaker, preferably one who is familiar with the described technology.
* All presentations are to be 15 minutes excluding time for questions.
* Presenters must register for the conference. There is a limit of one oral/symposium presentation per first author per registration.
When you are ready to submit your abstract, please visit https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cypsy25. More information will be asked during submission of your abstract, such as name of the author(s), affiliation(s), topic(s) and submission type. For more information regarding abstract submission please email
Encouraged topics / keywords include, but are not limited to:
- Addiction to technologies
- Advanced interaction training
- Apps (mobile applications for smartphones, etc.)
- Arts and storytelling using technology
- Brain computer interfaces
- Cognitive and/or physical therapy
- Connected objects / Internet of things
- Cross-cultural differences relevant to cyberpsychology
- Embodied experiences and / or body ownership
- Engineering issues applied to cyberpsychology
- Ethics and autonomy
- Games for health and / or serious games
- Gaming and technology (gameplay, technologies, performing arts, law and politics, etc.)
- Human-computer interactions
- Human Performance
- Implications of technologies in humanities (archeology, history, law, etc.)
- Non-invasive physiological monitoring devices
- Personality and internet use
- Positive technology
- Presence and / or telepresence
- Smart homes and / or home automation (domotics)
- Social applications of technology
- Social implications of Facebook, Twitter, etc.
- Social networking
- Technology for education and / or learning
- Technology for psychotherapy
- Technology for physical and medical health
- Telehealth and telepresence
- Using technology in education and learning
- Using technology in marketting (neuromarketing, AR, etc.)
- Videoconferencing and / or telepsychotherapy
- Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in general
- Wearable computing
- Cyberpsychology and
- Addictions (related to substance, games, gambling, sex, etc.)
- Anxiety disorders and phobias (including OCD and PTSD)
- Autistic spectrum disorders
- Cognitive disorders (dementia, etc.)
- Depression and mood disorders (including bipolar disorders)
- Developmental disorders
- Eating disorders / Obesity
- Health and Pain (acute and chronic illness; management of; cancer, cardiovascular, etc.)
- Neurological diseases
- Personality disorders
- Schizophrenia, psychotic and / or delusional disorders
- Sleep disorders
- Other medical, psychological or socio-cultural disorder or problem