Be sure to have your faculty advisor approve your abstract BEFORE submitting as you can’t make changes after you submit. Abstracts are limited to 1000 characters including spaces and punctuation. The submission will be rejected if the length exceeds the character count.

Please either type your abstract into the abstract submission form or copy to notepad (or texedit for MAC) then copy it into the form.  If using scientific symbols, please spell them out instead of using the symbol(s) as not all symbols will save correctly and/or download from the system correctly.

Please DO NOT include your faculty adviser or co-authors as “Co-Presenters.” If you and another individual(s) will give your presentation together at the conference, then do add their name(s) as a co-presenter. List co-authors in the specified field(s).

Presentation Options:

  • Traditional Sessions:  Traditional presentations are 15 minutes long. Prepare to take 12 minutes for your presentation and allow 3 minutes for Q&A.
  • 3-Minute Session:  A special 3-minute presentation session is being hosted this year by the Department of Computer Science.  CS students may participate in this session in lieu of the traditional CS sessions and can indicate their preference of either the 3-minute or the 12-minute session when registering. This cannot be changed later, so please choose the appropriate session.

Presentation Format:

This year our conference will be virtual and hosted on Zoom. Students should be prepared to share their presentation live on the morning of Saturday, February 27. You will have the capability to share their screen to show presentation slides.


Registration is now closed. If you have questions, please contact your department faculty coordinator.