Submissions for AAAS-PD Scientific Makers

Please fill out this form to apply to:
Exhibit your scientific maker project , Thursday 16 June, 10 AM-12:30 PM.
Give a talk at the AAAS Pacific Division Maker Symposium, Thursday June 16, 1-5 PM
Both to be held at University of San Diego, San Diego CA, Joan B. Kroc Center for Peace and Justice

Conference details and registration:

Accepted presenters and exhibitors will be notified as quickly as possible. All participants must register, but there is no additional charge to exhibit.Note that super-earlybird registration ends April 22nd.

Note that exhibits will have safety inspection requirements from AAAPD and/or USD and will need to have a Release of Liability form filled out, signed, and on file with AAASPD before the exhibit. Details of criteria and process here:

Questions? Session co-chair Joan Horvath

This page is only for submissions to the maker symposium and exhibit. All other abstracts should be submitted according to the instructions found at

Do you want to: *
Your name *
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Your title *
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Your university, company, etc ("self" if an individual) *
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Your address *
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Your email *
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If you want to give a talk: Title of the talk
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Talk abstract (250 words max)
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Authors to list on the paper. Please include: Names, emails, affiliations, street address. Please put an asterisk on the name of the presenter. For multiple authors from one place, list those authors and their emails, then the institution/address. (Note AAAS/PD publishes this information online)
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If the speaker is a student, do they want to be considered for a student award (if so they will need to present the material in poster form earlier in the conference)
If you want to exhibit, do you need
If you want to exhibit: Title of your exhibit
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Description of your exhibit (100 words max)
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How does this exhibit demonstrate scientific making/DIY science?
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Other things we should know
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