Spring 2018 CSM Student Research Conference
Thursday May 17th and Friday May 18th, 2018

2018 Schedule of Events

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# The Conference

• Poster Workshop - Monday April 30 at 1pm or 5pm in 3rd floor hallway of Fisher Science (Building 33)
Is this your first scientific poster? Or your first time presenting to a general audience instead of to others in your specific field? Come and discuss strategies for effective scientific poster presentations!

Meet in the 3rd floor hallway of Fisher Science (building 33)- one floor above ground level, on the side of the building closer to the campus core (PolyView Drive, Baker Center, FOE). If you arrive later, walk over to the same floor in Science North. There are posters in both hallways and we will be looking at examples.

Also be sure to read our General poster and talk guidelines, and Detailed poster guidelines documents.

• Poster Reception - Thursday (evening), May 17th, 5:30-7:30pm

• Oral Presentations & Poster Sessions - Friday (morning and early afternoon), May 18th

# Other

## 35 talks and 177 posters submitted so far!

1. I wish to submit a
(If doing both, please make separate entries for each.)

2. Title of talk or poster:
Ex: Optical pumping of 87Rb and 85Rb at low magnetic fields
Note: Latex symbols (greek letters, etc.) and typesetting (sub/super-scripts) may be used. See notes under the abstract box below.

3. Authors:
Ex: A. Einstein, R.P. Feynman, and P. Bailey

4. For proper indexing, please enter just the authors' last names separated by commas:

Ex: Einstein,Feynman,Bailey

5. Cal Poly-specific Department:

Example: NASA Goddard Space Center, Central Coast Marine Sciences Center Please use the correct name of your Cal Poly Department (no abbreviations please)!Department of: Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Kinesiology, Statistics, School of Education, Liberal Studies 

7. Abstract

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• We will not proofread your abstract. It will appear in the program as you type it above.
• Subscripts are done like this: For $H_2O$ type: \$H_2O\$. For: $x_{initial}$ type: \$x_{initial}\$.
• Superscripts are similar: For $x^2$ type: \$x^2\$. For: $y^{1+z}$ type: \$y^{1+z}\$.
• Greek letters may go between dollar signs like this: \$\gamma\$ for $\gamma$ and \$\omega\$ for $\omega$. More symbols are here (standard LaTeX formatting).
• For italics, enclose text in [[ and ]]. So [[text in italics]] would render as text in italics.
• Remember that species names should be italicized.

9. On the day of the conference, we like to have name-tags for everyone. For anyone in your group who will attend the conference (either as a presenter or a spectator): Tell us what name you would like to appear on a name tag for each person and the affiliation of that person. One per line please, and enter like this:
Name,Affiliation

Example:
Phil Bailey,Dean CSM
Rich Feynman,Physics Department


10. Student email address (comma separated if more than one):

(Please include an email for every student on the poster. We might need to contact you about any issue regarding your submission.)

11. Faculty email address (comma separated if more than one):

(Please include an email for every faculty member on the poster. We might need to contact you about any issue regarding your submission.)