Registration and abstract submission can be completed at the same time. Please have all author names and affiliations ready when you register. After registering, you will be prompted to submit an abstract. If you wish to make changes to your abstract or answers to questions before the deadline of August 25, you may simply re-register with your same email address. This will write over your initial registration and abstract.
Abstracts are limited to 2000 characters. Try to limit the use of special characters, as these may not translate properly. If you must use special characters, please use HTML formatting.
Some common examples:
Subscripts and/or superscripts: place subscripted text between <sub> and </sub> tags and superscripted text between <sup> and </sup> tags.
Lowercase Greek letters (please include the semicolon following the text for the symbol to appear correctly): α β γ λ μ
Emphasis: For Bold: place text to be bolded between <b> and </b> tags. For Italics: place text to be bolded between <i> and </i> tags
For a more complete list, see examples here and here
You may check the formatting of your abstract at this site: Abstract HTML Check Copy and paste your HTML-formatted abstract in the left window, click Run, then check the result in the right window, which is how your final abstract will appear in the program.
Click here to register and submit an abstract.