Submission Guidelines

Dynamic Systems Modeling

Abstract Submission Guidelines

This will be an informal small expert meeting with much opportunity for discussion between participants from different disciplines and of varying experience. There will be oral and poster presentations related to Dynamic Systems Modeling defined quite broadly and inclusively. We will have time for about 20 oral presentations. Because we hope that all attendees will also present their own research we are expecting a substantial number of poster presentations. We hope that the posters will be as much a basis for fruitful discussion as the talks throughout this expert meeting.

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Oral presentations

Oral presentations will last for 20 minutes (15 minutes presentation and 5 minutes for audience questions) and will be in one of four formats (modeling talk, data/research question talk, demo, tutorial). Abstracts not accepted for oral presentation will automatically be considered for a poster presentation. Please do not submit the same abstract twice. All oral presentations will be allocated by the conference chairs to themed individual paper sessions lasting for 60 minutes (i.e., your oral presentation would be one of three presentations within a session on a common topic).

Abstracts for oral presentations and posters

Abstracts should include:

Title: 15 words or fewer (use upper-case letters only for the first word and names).

Author(s) details (name and affiliation): First name(s) followed by surname(s); Institution of affiliation, country. Authors should be no more than 10. The first author is the presenting author.

The body of the text should be a brief description of the purpose of the submission, no longer than 350 words. Please do not include references in the body or at the end of your abstract.

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