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NEW: Poster Competition

The Technical Program Committee invites all students and early career researchers (yrs 1-5) to enter the poster competition. Submit an abstract through the portal below to be considered. All poster presenters must be attending the conference in-person to participate in the competition. Research much be related to one of this year's topics listed here.

We will extend the deadline for poster competition submissions through August 31st! >> Submissions now closed


General Abstracts Closed

General abstract submissions will be open from June 1 through August 5 August 11 11:59 PM PST. Submissions will be reviewed by experts on the Technical Program Committee. Acceptance notifications will go out September 1-9. Principal and Lightning Talk Presenters must to reserve all the virtual conference days of their sessions initially. The conference schedule will be determined and announced to speakers September 21.

Abstract Proposal Requirements

Abstracts will need to be no more than 1500 characters (including punctuation/spaces). Each proposal may be submitted for consideration to your top two sessions for review. Authors may submit more than one abstract each. Abstracts must relate to one of the topics listed on our Program. Session Chairs will review all abstracts submitted on-time for session inclusion. Abstracts that are submitted late will be considered if space is available.

Principal Presentations

Principal Presentations will be 12 minutes long and presented in-person. Virtual presentations will be accepted on a case-by-case basis and preference will be given to in-person presenters. Principal Presenters will also participate in a live group Q&A for the session with questions from all attendees. Additional instructions and guidelines will be provided upon acceptance.

Lighting Talks & Poster Presentations

Abstracts selected for a Poster Presentation will be granted a Lighting Talk. A Lighting Talk is a 1-minute, 1-slide in-person presentation of the Poster Display. Poster Presenters will have an in-person poster display at the conference center which will share research from the accepted abstract for attendees to view. Additional instructions and guidelines will be provided upon acceptance.