Online Submission

Symposium  submissions must include 4 talks each (or 3 talks plus a discussant). Each symposium will be 80 minutes long, so each talk should be 15-17 minutes long (allowing 3-5 minutes for discussion and transition between talks).

Submissions should include the following information: Symposium title, name and affiliation of the symposium chair(s), a symposium abstract (max. 1500 characters, or approximately 250 words), and symposium keywords, as well as details of all 4 talks (i.e., names and affiliations of all authors, titles, and individual abstracts of 1500 characters each).

No title or abstract is needed for the discussant’s presentation; merely list “Discussant” in the title field. The symposium chair should submit all 4 talks on behalf of the individual contributors, who therefore need not submit abstracts themselves. The symposium chairs are responsible for forwarding all relevant correspondence (such as acceptance confirmation) to the individual authors.

 

To submit a symposium, click here.

 

Individual talks, if accepted, will be grouped into thematically oriented symposia by conference organizers. Each session will be80 minutes long, so each talk should be 15-17 minutes long (allowing 3-5 minutes for discussion and transition between talks).

Submissions should include the following information: Name and affiliation of the presenter and his or her co-author(s), talk title, abstract (max. 1500 characters, or approximately 250 words), and keywords.

To submit an individual talk, click here.

 

Posters  will be presented at a designated poster session. We expect that the poster boards will be 4 feet high by 5 feet wide, so poster presenters should ensure that their posters are within these dimensions.

Submissions should include the following information: Name(s) and affiliation(s) of author(s), title, abstract (max. 1500 characters, or approximately 250 words), and keywords.

To submit a poster, click here.