MCQMC 2018 is planned to feature 9 plenary talks and there is room for about 150 additional talks. These additional talks fit into 30 minute time slots, leaving 5 minutes for questions and speaker turnaround.
Each person may speak at most once at MCQMC 2018, except that tutorials are not counted against one’s total.
Email your proposals to email@example.com.
Please send both the PDF and LaTex files.
The LaTex format will be provided in due time. Important remark: if you need to defime your own macros, it is required to include your name in their definitions (to ease the compilation of the book of abstracts).
We invite proposals for minisymposia also called special sessions. These consist of 3 or 4 high quality talks on a closely related theme. The speakers should represent at least two different institutions and preferably more. If you have more than 4 speakers in mind, please split the session into multiple sessions with one organizer each.
The first talk in each session should include some introductory material to orient the audience to the motivations and background results for the area.
The organizer of a minisymposium should send a proposal to the email address above. The
proposal should include the names and affiliations of the speakers and describe the session’s topic, by the due date in the web page above. There is a separate, later deadline, for abstracts for a minisymposium.
Individuals may propose to speak on topics. Individuals’ talks will be grouped into sessions by topic.
In the program there will be no differentiation between contributed and special sessions’ talks.