Presentation modes: Papers and posters
There will be both paper (e.g., Powerpoint) and poster presentations. We will also accept proposals for symposia/workshops, etc consisting of several paper presentations organized around some topic of interest. The paper presentations will be about 20 minutes with 5 minutes for questions. LCD (Powerpoint) projectors will be available in every room. Projectors for overheads (transparencies) and flip charts (large paper pad easels) can be ordered in advance.
Poster area dimensions are 3 ft wide X 3.5 ft tall (0.9 m X 1.05 m). Posters will be up for a designated morning or afternoon. Within that time, each poster will be assigned to a designated 1 hour session during which authors are asked to be present at their poster. Poster sessions 1 and 2 are scheduled from 4-6 PM on Wed., 7/26; a cash bar in the poster room will facilitate scientific exchange. Poster session 3 time will be announced later.
Call for papers/submission requirements
Symposia/workshops: The organizer/chair should submit a 150-300 word summary of the symposium/workshop's theme along with a 300 word abstract for each of the individual presentations, as indicated below. Following the summary, the organizer must add a statement that each presenter has agreed to participate in the symposium. If possible, time should be reserved at the end of the symposium for all presenters to assemble for collective Q & A with the audience.
Paper/poster abstracts: Abstracts are limited to 300 words. Include the names and institutional affiliations of all authors and the e-mail address, phone & fax number of the corresponding author. Indicate whether it is a paper or poster presentation. Also indicate whether the contact information should be included in the abstract on the website. Please submit your proposals by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We prefer abstracts to arrive in the text of an email message or in an attached Word file; please do not send abstracts in PDF format. You will be notified by e-mail when your abstract has been reviewed and accepted.
Requested abstract format
Aggression among sympatric subspecies of highland hoop snakes (Natrix circumflexis sp.)
B.S. Bubba, G. Oleboy, & M. Mythicus. Collegiate College of the Upper Mississippi Delta, USA
The extreme potency of hoop snake venom, and its unique mode of delivery, poses a problem for the non-lethal resolution of intraspecific conflict. …+ <263 more words …These results are inconclusive. On the other hand, more research money is needed.
Communicating author: B.S. Bubba Phone 555-5555 Fax 555-5556 e-mail: email@example.com
Please do/do not include communicating author contact information in the abstract posted on the meeting website (select one)
This is a paper/poster presentation (select one)
Special audio/visual equipment requirements:
Official deadlines for submission
|Symposium submission deadline (If you can, get your paper/poster in, too)
||Feb. 15, 2006
|Paper and poster submission deadline
||Mar. 15, 2006
|Final, “Hot Data” poster only submission deadline
||The experiment finally worked!!! The last analysis turned
it all around!!! Congratulations!!! Share your recent
good news, in POSTER FORMAT ONLY.
||May 1, 2006
Correcting and archiving abstracts
Abstracts will be displayed on this website after approval.
PLEASE NOTE: Abstracts can be corrected/withdrawn by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) up to May 1.
Following the meeting, abstracts will be maintained on the israsociety website indefinitely. Because this is an archival record, authors will also be able to correct/withdraw an abstract on the website by e-mail up to 1 month after the meeting (Aug. 31, 2006). If an abstract is corrected on the website, a note will be added indicating that it is the abstract of record and is no longer identical to that printed in the program book.
SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT NOW!
If you got it, flaunt it. The sooner we receive abstracts, the sooner we can plan the scientific sessions.