Serge Prudhomme, Polytechnique Montréal
Johann Guilleminot, Duke University
Jianxun Wang, University of Notre Dame
Michael Shields, Johns Hopkins University
This mini-symposium (MS) aims to bring together outstanding student contributions in uncertainty quantification (UQ) and related areas. The MS will be composed of presentations by six finalists selected from among the contributed abstracts and short papers. Students interested in contributing should submit an abstract to this MS through the abstract portal in addition to submitting their contribution to another MS. Student abstract contributions will be reviewed by a panel of UQ-TTA members and up to 12 contributors will be invited to submit a short paper (maximum 4 pages). From the 12 contributions, 6 finalists will be selected to present in the MS. From these 6 finalists, 1 – 3 awards will be made.
Requirements and Process for Entry:
- All contributions must have a student as the lead author and presenter.
- Abstracts should also be submitted to another UQ-related MS. This means that student finalists will present their work twice; once in the traditional MS and once in the competition.
- Students will be notified at the time of abstract acceptance/decline whether they have been invited to submit a paper.
- Papers will be due approximately 1 month later.
- Finalists will be notified approximately 1-2 months prior to the conference.
- All finalists must register for the conference and present in the MS.