.Abstracts for oral presentation or poster presentation on any of the topics listed below should be submitted according to the abstract format. Oral and poster presentations may be submitted by undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, faculty, and STEM professionals. Students must provide their research mentor contact information.
Conference Topics. Abstracts that address topics related to the following are encouraged:
o Artificial Intelligence
o Machine Learning
o Data Science
o Advanced Materials
o Precision Biology
o Systems Engineering
Co-presenting a conference topic is welcomed. Abstracts for oral presentations and poster presentations can be submitted by undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, faculty, and STEM professionals.
The deadline for abstract submissions is Monday, February 13, 2023. By submitting an abstract you acknowledge that all coauthors have been notified and agree to the submission of the abstract. It is anticipated that abstract proposers will be notified of the status of their abstracts no later than Friday, February 24, 2023.
Abstract Guidelines (Abstracts that do not comply with the following guidelines will be rejected)
Title (15-word limit)
Author(s) Information – List of authors, titles, and affiliations. Identify the person who will deliver the presentation at the conference by adding an asterisk before his/her name. Use the following format:
Amy Fowler, Samuel Johnson, and *Sarah Cooper
Research Associate, ABC University, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Prime University, and Professor, Prime University
Presentation Keywords – Provide no more than 5 relevant keywords.
Abstract Length – (1,000-word maximum) Abstracts should describe the work performed including an introduction, methodology, results, conclusions, and references. The abstracts selected for presentation at the Conference will be published on the SC EPSCoR website.
Format and Length: Use 1” inch margins, Times New Roman, and 12 font size.
Provide a brief biographical sketch for each speaker. Limit each biographical statement to one paragraph with under 200 words and include the contact information of each author. Note: Students must provide their research mentor’s contact information.
Questions regarding the Call for Speakers and Poster Presentations should be made to:
April Heyward, MRA
SC EPSCoR Program Manager
South Carolina Research Authority
E: [email protected]
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