SSB invites you to submit your research for presentation at the 2014 Human 2.0: Augmentation and Regeneration Conference on April 26th, 2014. Share your research with speakers, industry representatives, Stanford professors, and other graduate and undergraduate students!
The deadline for electronic submission is 5pm Pacific Time on Monday, April 7th, 2014. All authors will be notified via email on or before April 11th, 2014.
Stanford undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit abstracts in research falling under the conference theme, which includes but is not limited to the fields of regenerative medicine, materials science and tissue engineering, and biomedical engineering.
Presenting author(s) or presenter(s) of accepted abstracts must register to attend the Human 2.0 Conference on April 26, 2014. Abstracts may be of original research or encore presentations of abstracts (i.e. REU, Honors Thesis Research, or posters already presented at another conference). Abstracts should be 900 words or less, and included Purpose, Methods, Results, and Conclusions. Please list affiliations for all authors, and list author names in the order in which you wish them to appear in printed text. One author must attend the conference to present.
After acceptance, format your abstract into a poster which may include graphs, tables, and charts. Maximum poster size is 42" x 90" wide. Authors/presenters should bring their posters with them to the conference. Detailed instructions will accompany acceptance notices.
Authors should arrive on site to have their posters up by 9:30am on Saturday, April 26th. Human 2.0 will provide a poster board, pushpins, and a poster number. Poster Presentation: All authors/presenters should be aviailable at their posters for the Poster Presentation from 12:00-1:00pm on April 26th.
Abstract submission will open Monday, March 10th 2014 and close Monday, April 7th, 2014. Abstracts will be reviewed by a committee of Stanford professors in the relevant fields.
A committee of selected conference speakers and Stanford faculty will select two winners of the Best Poster Award, which is accompanied by a $100 prize. One winnner from among undergraduate posters and one winner from among graduate posters will be chosen, and results will be announced at the conclusion of the poster presentation at 1:00pm.