Call for Student Poster Abstract 

CHIP invites you to submit abstracts for poster presentation at the 2020 Machine-Learning & Informatics Research in Aging (MIRA) symposium. The objective of the symposium is to integrate machine learning techniques in aging research to bridge the gap between the two areas that can significantly aid in producing fruitful interdisciplinary research. The meeting will feature a wide range of exciting talks, panel discussions, and networking opportunities with experts, researchers, government officials, and policymakers. Topics of the symposium are machine learning and image analytics, neuroscience, robotics, sensor networks and analytics, and teleHealth: providing long-distance Dementia and Alzheimer’s care.  

This is an opportunity to share your research with your area researchers as well as interdisciplinary research colleagues. Students at all career stages are encouraged to submit their abstracts. We strongly encourage submissions by women and underrepresented minorities in the sciences. We also strongly encourage high-school and undergraduate students to submit. 

Note: Symposium Registration fee will be waived for all accepted student poster presenters.
 

Abstract Submission:
Poster presentations are invited on any topic within the scope of the symposium. Poster presentations can present well-developed research projects where the presenters can report study findings report preliminary results of work-in-progress. Students are encouraged to submit abstracts. Interdisciplinary research teams involving authors from at least two different disciplines or fields are especially encouraged to submit abstracts. Abstracts will be peer-reviewed.
 

Abstract Submission ProcessPlease use this link to submit your abstract. 

(https://unc.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9Wv4H9WDbDSsrzf)