Submissions

Please complete the following form to submit a talk, poster, or workshop. Talks are 15 minutes long followed by a 5 minute Q&A (with extra time for transitions). For talks and posters, the form is the only requirement. For workshops, see further details below. Any person may present only one talk or poster, but may also be a co-author on other presentations. Please submit all talks and posters separately.

If you submit, we urge you to register as soon as possible. If we do not accept your submission and you therefore no longer wish to attend, we will refund your registration fees.

Registration Fee Waivers:
We will be offering registration fee waivers for a limited number of first author students. Both graduate students and undergraduate students are eligible. To be considered for a waiver, you must first submit a talk or poster. There is a field on the submission form to indicate your interest in a waiver. If you wish to be considered for a waiver, you can submit your presentation here and delay registering until you hear from us.

Once we have reviewed the early submissions, we will send you an update on the status of your submission and a waiver code to use during registration if you have been chosen to receive one. Waivers will be issued in order of submission for all approved presentations with a student as the first author.

Undergraduate Students:
We welcome poster submissions from undergraduate students, but they must include at least one graduate student or professor who has supervised the project and is also listed as an author. We are not accepting submissions for talks or workshops from undergraduate students.

Workshops:
We plan to host a few 90- to 120-minute workshops. To be considered for a workshop, please also attach a 1-2 page proposal in .docx, .doc, or .pdf format that includes the following information:
Title
Whether your workshop is 90 or 120 minutes
Topic Overview (including purpose and objectives)
Target Audience
Program Outline
Any equipment that you would require or that participants would require