Symposium

 

ABOUT

The 3rd SCMB Annual Symposium is a free online event that will elevate and amplify the ongoing dialogue at the interface of mathematics and biology. The Symposium will host curated panels to highlight and dissect impactful interdisciplinary work from the math/bio community. Invited talks from all four NSF-Simons MathBioSys Research Centers will share compelling success stories of mathematical theory meeting biosystems data. In addition to these curated events, the Symposium will offer spatial conferencing to facilitate organic conversation and an informal poster session in a digital setting. The Symposium is designed to promote the fundamental mission of SCMB: to foster a vibrant interdisciplinary community and to train the next generation of researchers who will continue advancing the mathematics of complex biosystems.

 

HOW TO PARTICIPATE

You may register for the event by filling out the form below. The 3rd annual SCMB symposium is a free online event with no registration fee, but by registering you will help SCMB properly curate the events. Upon registration you may also indicate your interest in being considered as a poster presenter. Registration will close on November 30th at 11:59pm EST.

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

On Thursday December 10th the symposium will host a poster session using spatial conferencing platform spatial.chat that will allow attendees to move freely about a virtual space and interact with poster presenters and other attendees alike. If you are interested in being a poster presenter, please indicate your interest and include a poster title with your registration.

Posters should have a 4:3 aspect ratio. Please export your poster as either a PNG, JPEG, or TIFF file type with pixel dimensions 2900 x 2175. You may practice uploading your poster to this spatial.chat practice space to ensure that it appears as desired. Once your poster is finalized, please upload it here before 12/4 at 11:59 EST.

 

Registration

Questions? Email scmb@gatech.edu.

A NSF-Simons MathBioSys Research Center