Invited Abstract Submission
Invited speakers, nominated by the Co-Chair and Technical Program Committees, should use this form to submit their abstracts. A talk should be centered around one of this year’s four themes.
Invited sessions include the following:
•Keynote: A keynote is a 45 minute leadership address to all workshop attendees.
•Short Course: A short course is a full day instructional training course. The courses will be taught by experts and academics in their field.
•Mini-Tutorial: A mini-tutorial is 90 minutes in length and typically involves case studies and/or applications of analysis and tools under a specific theme.
•Panel: A panel is a 60-90 minute session featuring a panel of subject mater experts discussing a topic related to one of the workshop themes
•Presentation: A presentation is 20-25 minutes in length. Participants will be grouped by the Co-Chair Committee into a Breakout Session.
•Speed Presentation: A “hybrid” of a presentation and poster; a speed session consists of a short oral presentation of less than 10 minutes and is followed by a poster session later the same day.
Guide for Authors:
To submit your abstract, please complete the form below. Authors are invited to submit an abstract of no longer than 500 words. For questions, contact email@example.com.
•Confirm your availability to present by January 6, 2023
•Submit a title and abstract using this form by February 3, 2023
•Register for the workshop by March 30, 2023
•Submit presentation materials to the DATAWorks Logistics Team by April 19, 2023
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