REGISTRATION DEADLINE AND INFORMATION
The Undergraduate Symposium for Science, Engineering, and Mathematics provides an important forum for the undergraduate community to present research and to see peer research while showcasing Argonne National Laboratory and Central States Universities, Inc. Through visibility and networking, attendees will nurture and clarify their future goals. The symposium is a one-day, twelve-hour event that includes both plenary and presentation sessions, laboratory tours and a banquet.
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The attendee and presenter deadline for U.S. citizens has been extended to October 23, 2013. By this date the completion of the online-registration, presentation submission (presenters only), and payment of the registration fee is required. In addition to registration, all NON U.S. citizens must complete and submit a 593 form by October 8. This is a strict requirement for access to the Laboratory for attendees without US citizenship. Unfortunately, walk-in registration on the day of the Symposium is NOT permissible. The registration fee ($80/person) includes access to the Laboratory, presentations, tours, and a banquet to be held on Friday evening at the Argonne Cafeteria. Fee is not prorated.
On Friday, November 1, all persons MUST check-in at the Symposium registration desk (Lobby, Building 402). Check-in time will begin at 7:00 a.m. Due to current security procedures, please allow for additional time for processing of access to the Laboratory.
Twelve research presentation sessions will each contain a number of 15 minute presentation slots. Each slot includes a PowerPoint (or pdf) presentation, plus questions.
Each session will be equipped with a data projector and laptop. The presenter MUST email PowerPoint presentation as a complete package for pre-loading to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is October 23, 2013. PowerPoint substitutions will be allowed by the presenter from 7:00-9:00 am on symposium day, if the presenter is listed on the program session schedule. Presenters’ Contact: Emily Cantu, 630-252-3380.