In order to support the Symposium's new mobile app and improve your experience, the abstract submission system has been
significantly modified. For those of you familiar with the "OSU" system, there are four major differences:
The different types of information (title, body, comments, etc.) are entered directly
into web forms with LaTeX encoding. Author affiliations are selected and attached to the
abstract. The system then generates and compiles the LaTeX file for you.
You may add abstracts and edit them at any time, before finally submitting them in advance
of the deadline. Once an abstract is submitted it can no longer be edited.
You may view, edit, and submit any abstract that you create and any abstracts that you are listed
as an author on.
Rather than selecting a "Category" for your talk, we ask you to choose and rank-order several
keywords that best describe your work. These keywords will be used to group related abstracts
together into sessions, and will also impact the titles of these sessions. Please think
carefully about your keyword choices, to ensure your talk will be scheduled in the most