The deadline to submit a talk for cSplash 2017, April 11th, 11:59pm, has passed.
If you have not signed up yet but have an idea for a talk, please feel free to send us an email.
We cannot guarantee you a spot at this point, however: we will let you know on or before April 29th whether your talk is accepted. In your email,
please make sure to include the following information:
- Email Address:
- Website (optional):
- School and Department(s) / Organization: (e.g., Courant Math)
- Year / Title: (e.g., 2nd Year PhD, 3rd Year Undergrad, Professor, etc.)
- Talk Title:
- Abstract: Tell us what your talk is about in 100 to 200 words. Now is your chance to sell your talk!
- Prerequisites: What sort of background knowledge is required for following your talk? (trigonometry? calculus? basic algebra?)
- Difficulty: Please rate the difficulty of your talk. Easy indicates that anyone with a standard high-school mathematics background should be able to follow. Very difficult indicates that the talk will be fast-paced, and that students without extra-curriculuar exposure to more advanced mathematics---through math camps, college courses, competition preparations, and so on---are likely to find the talk challenging. These are the two extremes, and medium and difficult indicate somewhere-in-between points of the difficulty spectrum.
- Equipment Requests and Other Comments:
- Videotaping: Do you consent to being videotaped? Don't worry, you can always change your mind later.
- Photographing: Do you consent to having your lecture photographed? Don't worry, you can always change your mind later. The photos will go on the cSplash Facebook account.