Breakout or Tutorial submission COMBINE2020
Suggestions for breakout sessions or tutorials can be submitted via the form below. Please use several forms if you want to suggest breakouts or tutorials on different topics. After the submission deadline (September 1st) we will schedule the sessions based on the availabilities of you as proposer and other attendees required (e.g. tutors or community members required). So, please provide all possible dates and time slots with your suggestion.
Kind of session
Name of proposer/session chair (last, first)
The proposer should be prepared to act as session chair for the breakout/tutorial and organize the virtual meeting platform (e.g. Zoom, WebEx, etc.) independently. If needed, we also might provide the meeting platform.
Institution of proposer
Additional people required in the session
Enter additional people (e.g. tutors or community members required) as a semicolon separated list: last name, first name (affiliation);
Title of the breakout session or tutorial
Outline of the session
Abstracts should be no longer than 2500 characters.
Standardization communities relevant for the session (please select all that apply):
SBOL and SBOL Visual
Target audience of the breakout session or tutorial
Please specify the target audience of your session (e.g. "SBML community", "modelers", "tool developers", "beginners in modeling", etc.).
Do you need help with setting up the virtual meeting platform for your session?
You as session chair for the breakout/tutorial should organize the virtual meeting platform (e.g. Zoom, WebEx, etc.) yourself, if possible. If needed, we also might provide the meeting platform. Please mark below if you would need help with that.
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