Abstract submission information:

Abstract Deadlines:

April 10 – deadline to have your abstract considered for a talk

April 20 – deadline to be accepted for a poster and be in the program book

Abstract Preparation Guidelines: 

The abstract should be in clear and concise English.

Title of abstract: Please use upper and lower case and capitalize each word, except for words such as “the, as, of, with, a, in, and, from, by, etc.” Then type in the author’s name(s), department and institution(s) affiliation, city, and country. Avoid degrees and titles.

Maximum limit for body of the abstract (excluding the title, authors’ names, department and institute affiliations): 300 words. Do not include any graphics or tables in the abstract. Select a topic category. If you wish your abstract to be considered for an oral presentation, please indicate it on the online form. Indicate presenting author with an asterisk.

Poster Session: poster size limit: is 4ft W x 3ft H

Travel Awards available: Undergraduate and Graduate student and postdocs giving a poster or oral presentation can apply for a travel award to help defray costs of registration, travel or lodging (for those not supported by their institutions).  Indicate your desire for a travel grant on your abstract submission form.

After you register make sure to submit your abstract.