Time is available from 12:30–1:45 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday for ad hoc sessions. The sessions must end at 1:45 p.m. so that the room can be prepared for the concurrent sessions.
Those wishing to convene an ad-hoc session should contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the title and date they would like to hold the session, and the number of people expected by November 30, 2023. The session information will be sent to the scientific organizers for final approval before being added to the schedule. Ad hoc organizers will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of the session, including speaker presentations. The ad hoc session information must be received by January 4, 2024 to be included in the program book.
If you would like to hold a pre-meeting workshop, please contact email@example.com by October 5, 2023. A registration fee will be charged for the pre-meeting workshops.
Merrill Hall, Meeting dates: March 11–12, 2024, In-person only
Abstract and registration deadline: December 5, 2023
Organizer: Richard Todd, Kansas State University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Registration fee: $99 (fee includes room rental, poster boards, audio-visual, coffee breaks, social and abstract collection). Lunch is not included in the registration fee. For those staying at Asilomar, lunch is included in your meal plan.
|Monday, March 11||Merrill Hall|
|7:00–10:00 p.m.||Poster Session|
|Tuesday, March 12|
|8:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m.||Talks and Poster viewing|
|1:15–3:00 p.m.||Talks and Poster viewing|
There is a check box on the Fungal Genetics Conference abstract submission site to indicate that you would like the abstract to be considered for #Asperfest20 also. The abstract deadline is December 5, 2023.
If you wish to submit an abstract for #Asperfest20 that is NOT going to be presented at the Fungal Conference, please email your abstract(s) as a Word file attachment to email@example.com. Include the names and affiliations of all authors. Underline the name of the presenting author. If you are a student and first and presenting author and would like to be considered for a student poster prize, please follow your name with an asterisk (*). The main body of your abstract must be less than 2,500 characters.
Two authors will share a 4’ high x 8’ wide poster board. The usable space for each author will measure 3’10” (111.8 cm) wide x 3’10” (111.8 cm) high. No materials for making posters will be available at the conference grounds. We encourage photos of the authors to be included on the posters.