SPUDM Presentation Formats

(1) SPUDM warm-up talks:

These talks will be hosted online for 4 weeks in Spring 23 and advertised to the SPUDM community. This format will allow JDM researchers who cannot attend the conference in person to present their work in this exclusive SPUDM mini-seminar series. Talks will be 12 minutes + 3 minutes of discussion time.

(2) Full talk:

Talks will be 12 minutes + 3 minutes of discussion time. Please present your most recent research here.

(3) Flash talk:

A flash talk is a short, informal presentation (5 minutes). The purpose of a flash talk is to give a brief overview of your
research project and generate interest and discussion among conference participants. Use the flash talks to introduce new ideas and discuss
ongoing and early-stage work. Afterward, presenters will have the opportunity to engage in an in-depth discussion with the audience in the
poster session.

Submission Criteria

Submissions for all formats will be the same. Specifically, each presenter must submit a long (maximum 700 words for review, please include especially details on the hypotheses, methods, and analyses) and a short (200 words, for print in the program) abstract of their work. All extended abstracts will be reviewed in a double-blind procedure by the JDM community, and decisions will be communicated to authors by March 20th-24th, 2023. For further assistance, please get in touch with the organizing committee at info@spudm2023.com.