SAMPLE
Poster Submission Form

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Please refer to the submissions guidelines at https://pasc19.pasc-conference.org/submission/guidelines-for-posters/. Poster submissions should describe topical research related to domain science, applied mathematics, computer science or software engineering. Posters that address aspects emphasizing the theme of PASC19 – Exascale and Beyond – are particularly welcome.

Scientific Domain
Please indicate a primary scientific domain by selecting a "1". If desired you may indicate secondary scientific domains by selecting "2", "3", "4", and so on.
Title (Maximum 25 words)
Enter the poster title. Please capitalize the first letter of each word (apart from prepositions, etc.). Also use initial-caps for both parts of hyphenated words.
Author Information
Please use standard name capitalization (i.e. "Jean Smith"; not "JEAN SMITH" nor "Jean SMITH")
People entered here will be given access to this submission like the original submitter.
Author 1:

Abstract
Please provide a description of the work in no more than 200 words. The abstract will be published in the online program. Please note that only one paragraph is permitted.
Acknowledgement
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Important Notes
  • When you submit the form, wait to see if any errors are reported. If errors are not fixed, it will not be counted as submitted.
  • When this submission has been properly received, a confirmation email will be sent to each author entered above. These emails should be kept as receipts. If they do not get this email, it is likely that the submission has not been received. They should verify that they can see it on their "My Submissions" page, and if not, resubmit. It is your responsibility to confirm that the submission has been received.
  • Each author entered above can update this submission until submissions close.