- Poster and Talk Information
This year's theme is Past, Present and Future. Keep this theme in mind when writing your abstract. There will be three oral sessions to which you may be assigned: (You guessed it)
These will be interdisciplinary sessions, so as to interest all that attend. The titles are intended to be broad (and maybe intentionally ambiguous!). Please keep your audience in mind when creating your presentation.
Registration is not currently open. Anyone (students, postdocs, faculty, staff, etc.) can attend. Registration will include refeshments during breaks, lunch, and (if you register early!) some nice S3 swag!
IMPORTANT: Presentations (both posters and talks) should be designed for anyone to understand, regardless of discipline. They should appeal to a broader audience, and contain details about the relevance of the work, and how it fits into the "big picture."
Posters should be at most 4 feet wide by 4 feet high.
Talks should be 12 minutes long. There will be 3 minutes allowed for questions after the talk.
Information on how to upload talks will be disseminated closer to S3.