Mahalo to the authors that have submitted an abstract. Nearly 150 abstracts were received and accepted.
The Program Committee has scheduled both oral and poster sessions. The abstract of both oral and poster papers are published in the same manner in the conference materials.
Authors consent to the following requirements:
- Submission of a final Technical Paper prior to the deadline of September 12. A paper is required for all oral and poster presenters. No paper, no podium.
- For individuals submitting more than one abstract, if both are accepted, a co-author must present one of the papers.
- Publication of Abstract in the 2017 AMOS Conference abstract booklet. If it’s a requirement in your organization, abstract should be cleared for public release prior to submission.
- Publication of Technical Paper in the 2017 AMOS Conference proceedings.
Confirm Acceptance by June 15
Oral and poster presenters are required to confirm acceptance no later than June 15. Click here to confirm acceptance.
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Update an Abstract and Presenter Photo by August 15
Abstracts will be published in the 2017 AMOS Conference abstract booklet that will be available for download in early September. Final changes to your abstract must be completed no later than August 15. Select the Update an Abstract button and enter your paper id number.
Click here to upload Presenter Photo.
Technical Paper due September 12
Oral and poster presenters are required to submit a technical paper (hard and soft copy) and a signed copyright agreement indicating that your presentation and manuscript have been cleared for public release. Technical papers will published in the Conference Proceedings and on the conference website’s papers library. No paper, no clearance, no podium.
Due to the overwhelming response of abstract submissions this year, we are accommodating more technical presentations by creating 15- and 20-minute time slots. The technical committee and session chairs have determined the time slots for each session. Please check the conference schedule for your presentation date and time.
Speakers that are allocated 15 minutes will have 12 minutes to present and 3 minutes for questions; 20 minute time slots will have 15 minutes to present and 5 minutes for questions. We will have a large clock that will show you the time remaining for your presentation.
All speakers must check-in at the Audio Visual desk in the back of the room at least 20-30 minutes prior to the session. We recommend that you test your briefing during scheduled breaks. Please prepare your PowerPoint presentation in widescreen format (16:9). The conference presentations will run on a PC platform.
Poster presenters are provided with a 4’x4’ area of a poster board. Posters must remain up during the week. Please have your poster displayed no later than Tuesday afternoon. Velcro and push pins will be supplied.
Additionally, we have set aside two hours during opening day on Wednesday, September 20, specifically for the poster and exhibit session. During that time, you will have the opportunity to discuss your paper with attendees. We encourage authors to demonstrate technical accomplishments in using traditional illustrative posters and interactive demonstrations on author-provided laptops.
Print Your Poster Onsite at Akamai Business Center
Akamai Business Center at the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort provides a large variety of business services, has Maui’s largest inventory of business equipment rentals, and offers on-site large format presentation poster printing. Again this year, they have a $99 AMOS SPECIAL for 36”x36” poster prints on great-looking photo-quality glossy media, and have other AMOS specials and can print most any size on many types of media. Simply email your file and pick it up and pay for it on site. Please visit their website at http://www.akamaibusinesscenter.com/amos.html for more information or contact them at 808-214-1924 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Proposals: Short Courses
Proposals are being solicited for full-day and half-day Short Courses to be presented at AMOS 2017. The short courses are intended to offer opportunities for participants to acquire an introductory knowledge on conference topics. Focus topics of broad interest from excellent instructors are encouraged. Short courses are solicited from all technical areas within SSA subject areas.
Please submit your proposal to email@example.com. Proposals should include the following information:
- Instructor(s) information – name, affiliation, email, phone, and brief biography
- Proposed title
- Course Outline
- Briefly describe why you believe that this short course should be given during AMOS2017, highlighting the significance of the topic and the interest to the SSA community
Contact the Conference Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.Print This Page