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Extended Abstract Submission Guidelines for MSOM Conference
Please read the guidelines and click the submission button at the bottom of this page.
- Each abstract should be no more than three pages with 1-inch margins, 11-point font, and at most 33 lines per page. The abstract should include the title, a description of the research problem, the assumptions used, the key methodology, and a summary of major results and their significance. References, if any, should be included within the three pages.
- To facilitate double-blind review, the abstract should not contain author names.
- The abstract should be submitted as a PDF file.
- Oral presentations for the accepted abstracts are expected to be made live at the MSOM Conference. We will consider your time zone in scheduling presentations.
- You can choose to have your presentations recorded or not. Recording is encouraged, as it allows attendees at different time zones to learn about your research.
- Recorded presentations will be professionally processed and made available online one week after the conference and accessible only to the registered MSOM conference attendees for three months. We will contact you for content release agreement once your abstract is accepted.
- If any live presentation is disrupted due to technical issues, we will try to reschedule the presentation at a later time during the conference.
- If your abstract is accepted but you prefer pre-recording your presentation, you can specify your preference during the submission process, and you can change your preference by April 23, and submit your recording by May 21, 2021. Conference attendees may watch your recording at any time during the conference and reach out to you if they have questions.
- We will try to form sessions so that each session contains either all live or all pre-recorded presentations.
- Abstract submissions that are rejected for oral presentation will be accepted for virtual poster sessions, in which poster presentations (5 to 10 minutes each) should be pre-recorded and submitted by May 21, 2021. Conference attendees may watch your recording at any time during the conference and reach out to you if they have questions.
- All pre-recorded presentations will continue to be accessible only to the registered MSOM conference attendees for three months after the conference.
- The same work can be presented only once during the entire conference period. Therefore, please do not submit the same work to both SIG and MSOM or to multiple SIGs.
- Each attendee is limited to one submission for the MSOM conference, one submission for each SIG Meeting, and two presentations during the entire conference period.
- The submitting author should be the presenter and will be considered "primary author" in the system. Once your abstract is accepted, you will upload an abstract with author names in the order they should appear.
- Abstracts will be selected for oral presentation by double-blinded reviews.
- Final acceptance of your presentation (live or pre-recorded) is conditional on your registration for the conference by May 17.