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Lectures/Workshops

Program Application: If you plan to attend a tutorial/workshop, we ask that you please register online using the Application Forms link. Online registration will be closed a few days prior to the workshop but you may still register in person at the workshop (usually in 3-176 Kenneth H. Keller Hall). Your registration is important for a variety of reasons, including the directory of participants which will be distributed when the workshop is over.

Name tags: Please wear your name tag during workshops. If you have misplaced your nametag, please ask the staff to make you a new one.

Lecture Notes/Material from Talks: If you are a speaker, please email your presentation materials to or bring printed material to 409 Lind Hall for scanning. Whenever possible we post talk materials to the IMA web page. We can duplicate directly from transparencies, however, we prefer an electronic version or a paper copy. Material from IMA Talks can be found at http://www.ima.umn.edu/talks/.

Poster Session/Dimension: We plan to have a poster session in every workshop. Given our diverse interdisciplinary audience, the poster session provides a valuable opportunity for both in-depth technical discussion and networking with researchers new to your field. All participants including speakers are encouraged to present a poster. If you would like to present a poster, please complete the information below and send it to .

Workshop title/event:
Date of event:
Poster presenter:
Title:
Abstract (five lines to a half page, plain text):

Submissions will be accepted until the first day of the workshop, but we prefer to post your poster title and abstract at the workshop website as soon as possible. Many IMA visitors have told us that such advance information is very helpful to them.

Poster Dimension: You can bring your poster with you to fit on the IMA poster board — 40 inches (101 cm) high by 30 inches (76 cm) wide. Poster size can either be 40×30 (landscape) or 30×40 (portrait). IMA will provide the thumbtacks.

The poster board can accommodate 8 or 9 A4 pages.

Poster Printing Request: If you are not able to carry your poster with you, we can print your poster for you. You can e-mail a pdf or ppt file of your poster to as early as possible or by 10:00am the day of the poster session. Kumsup Lee, IMA Systerms Manager is in-charge of printing request.

LaTeX Poster Template:  zip file

Audio-Visual Needs: The lecture room is equipped with two data projectors that project onto two large screens on both sides of the lecture room 3-180 Keller Hall. There are overhead projectors and an additional centered screen for use with overhead slides. The room also has a 4x15 ft (120x450cm) whiteboard.

There is a desktop computer which is connected to the Audio/Video system so you can bring your laptop to connect it. Please let the staff know ahead of time of any other special needs such as slide projectors, VCR, etc.

Photos: We take pictures of all our postdocs and long-term visitors (one month or longer). If you have not had your picture taken yet, please see the staff in 409 Lind Hall. The IMA online Photo Gallery is at http://www.ima.umn.edu/people/picsmall.php

Coffee Hour: All visitors are encouraged to attend the IMA coffee breaks held daily in 400 Lind except during workshops. During workshops, the break typically takes place at 10:45am in 3-176 Kenneth H. Keller Hall, but the time and location are subject to change; please check the weekly schedule.

Social Events: There are a variety of social events which provide opportunities to meet and interact with other IMA visitors. We host a reception during most workshops and often organize a workshop dinner. The times and locations are listed in the Social Agenda, the Newsletter and/or the schedule update. IMA postdocs and visitors occasionally arrange other social events.


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