SAS Abstract Submission Form

Abstracts must be submitted before COB (Pacific Time), March 15, 2015
Final papers must be submitted before COB (Pacific Time), April 26, 2015

If you have any questions, please contact the SAS program committee

Please Do not submit the same abstract more than once. If you need to correct information, send an email to the program commitee


  • All fields are required
  • Only the lead author information is required. The full paper should include all author information per the proceedings template.
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Type   Oral    Poster    Paper without Presentation

  • Oral presentations must include a paper submitted for the proceedings
  • Papers without presentations are allowed but we strongly encourage that you consider an oral presentation as well
  • Posters can be about any size and format, within reason. Bring your own tacks or non-destructive hangers.
  • Poster presenters can also submit a regular paper to represent their poster in the proceedings.

Abstract

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Maximum of 2000 characters.

Please note: If pasting text from another program, use a simple text editor to create
the file instead of a word processing program, even something like WordPad from Windows™.
This avoid issues with "typographical" quotes and apostrophes that cause the abstract text to be
truncated after the first occurence of one of these characters. If the feedback form truncates your
abstract, it is mostly because of these "typographical" or other special characters.