May 5 – Early Bird registration
May 12 – Abstract submission, Session schedules
June 1 – Hotel reservation
May 19 – Online registration
There are fixed costs associated with each participant, therefore all organizers and speakers must register and pay the registration fees. Speakers should register at the lowest rate applicable, i.e. Postdocs can register in the “postdocs” category and speakers (including AMS members) as “speakers”.
All abstracts are submitted online by invited speakers. The submission form displays a preview of how the abstract will appear on the web and in print. If necessary, abstracts can be edited before the final submission. If an abstract needs to be changed or adjusted after submission, a new abstract has to be submitted, which will replace the previous version. Before posting abstracts to the website, we verify them manually to ensure that the form has not been misused. Posting usually takes place within 48 hours. If a valid email address is entered in the form, an automated confirmation will be sent by email.
Abstracts submitted by non-invited speakers up to the March 31 deadline will be approved or not approved by session organizers in early April. If your abstract is approved, you will be added to the invited speaker's list. Once you are added, you may register and submit your abstract for invited speakers by May 12.
Session schedules are created by the organizers. If there are any time constraints for your presentation, please contact your session organizer well before the scheduled deadline. Talks are scheduled in 30-minute intervals, with 25 minutes for the talk and for questions, and 5 minutes for transition to the next speaker.
Session rooms are equipped with a data projector, a screen and a white board. Speakers are asked to use their own laptops or borrow one from a fellow speaker. Overhead projectors will be ordered as required; please contact your session organizer if you require an overhead projector for your presentation. MacBook users need to bring their VGA cable adaptors.
The plenary room is equipped with two data projectors, two screens, one overhead projector, a computer, a lapel microphone and a podium microphone.