The Organising Committee encourages you to submit abstracts of oral presentations and posters.
Please submit abstracts by June 3rd to Richard Zabel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The best student presentation will be awarded $1500 in honor of Fitz Booker, courtesy of Sagar Krupa.
1. The abstract is limited to 400 words.
2. Content should be divided into two sections: a) Background/Questions/Methods, in which you should clearly identify the objective of the study; and b) Results/Conclusions in which you should explicitly report specific results of the study.
3. The title should not exceed 15 words. Mostly you should enter it as you would a sentence: capitalize only the first word and proper nouns, italicize only as necessary for specific words. You should capitalize first word following a colon. Do not end your title with punctuation unless it is a question. Do not bold anything in the title.
4. How to format author names. For each author, enter the full first name, any middle initials, and the full last name. Do not add punctuation after any of the names.
5. How to format author affiliations. Include department, institution and geographic location including city and country.
Poster submission: During the poster sessions each person will get a few minutes to present their submission.
a. Submit hardcopy posters to Nancy Grulke: Ochoco NF/WWETAC; 3160 NE 3rd St., Prineville, OR 97754. Poster size of 4ft x 3ft (MAX 4ft by 3.5ft).
b. You may submit and present a “digital poster” even if you can’t attend in person (up to 2 Powerpoint slides).
Digital posters will be shown during the poster session and you give your presentation over the phone.
Please send your submission to Richard Zabel (email@example.com) by June 3rd.
Remote attendees wishing to send a printed poster should contact Nancy- priority for wall space will be given to in person attendees.
Updated May 20, 2013