|02/10/2023||Minisymposia proposals due (extended)|
|02/20/2023||Notification of minisymposia acceptance|
|03/01/2023||Minisymposia abstracts due|
|03/01/2023||Contributed abstracts due|
|03/31/2023||Notification of contributed abstracts acceptance|
|04/2023||Early registration email announcement|
|05/2023||Final program announcement|
|08/2023||Proceedings paper announcement – Springer|
|10/2023||Proceedings abstract due|
To register for ICOSAHOM 2023 and submit abstracts for contributed talks, minisymposia talks and plenary talks, the online submission system is now open (as of November 22, 2022).
Following the tradition of past ICOSAHOM conferences, an integral part of the event is minisymposium sessions. The aim of these is to highlight special topics and/or recent developments in the theory and application of high-order and spectral methods.
- Each minisymposium talk will consist of a 25-minute presentation, with an additional five minutes for discussion.
- Sessions will be two hours long and consist of four talks.
- To preserve an acceptable level of parallelism in the conference sessions, each minisymposium session will have four speakers in a two-hour block. There will be no max limit of session numbers in a minisymposium.
- There is a restriction of 2 talks per participant.
Title of the minisymposium
Abstract of the minisymposium
Name and affiliation of the organizers
List of speakers with their names, affiliations, and tentative titles
The deadline for the minisymposium proposal submission is February 10, 2023. The notification of acceptance will be announced by February 20, 2023.
Contributed talks are an important part of ICOSAHOM. If you wish to present your research in a contributed talk, please register through the online submission system and submit an abstract. Each contributed talk is 20 minutes. The deadline for abstract submission is March 1, 2023, and the notification of acceptance will be announced by March 31, 2023.
To submit the abstract for your presentation, you first have to register for the Conference on the online submission system. Once you have done so, there will be an option available for submission.
If you wish to organize a tutorial on a software project, please send an email to email@example.com with a short description and a link to the software webpage/repository.