Call for Minisymposia
A minisymposium is composed of one or two sessions of coordinated presentations on a single topic of interest. Each session in a minisymposium should include four presentations, each including 25 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion. To limit the number of talks, each participant is limited to presenting at most one talk during the conference, including contributed talks and talks in minisymposia. If you are invited to one or more minisymposia, we suggest you nominate a co-author or student to speak on behalf of you.
To submit a minisymposium proposal, prospective organizers need to prepare a title with no more than 75 characters and a description of the minisymposium with no more than 100 words. The title and the description should be submitted through our online submission system. The organizers also need to submit information of all the speakers and provide a tentative title for each of the talk. The system closes on Jan 15, 2024.
The local organizing committee will review all the minisymposium proposals. The decision will be delivered by email on Feb 1, 2024. Organizers of accepted minisymposia will then notify the speakers to submit titles and abstracts. All titles must be less than or equal to 75 characters, and all abstracts must be no more than 75 words.