Emailed abstract acceptance notifications were sent to the submitting authors on April 9, 2019. Session assignment information will be sent to the designated speaker(s) by the end of May.
NOTE: The CEC/ICMC 2019 Conference Organizers occasionally need to make changes to the program. Authors and attendees are urged to check the schedule often, especially closer to the conference, for last minute changes.
Any individual presenting at and/or attending the Conference must be a registered participant. Click here for registration information.
All presenters are encouraged to upload an electronic copy of their poster in .PDF format prior to their presentation at the scheduled CEC/ICMC’19 session. ***IMPORTANT: Presenters of Oral talks are reminded that their presentation MUST also be submitted to the Speaker Ready Room at the Conference one (1) day prior to their scheduled presentation.***
Session ID’s & Presentation ID’s
The first character of the session ID, C or M, represents the Conference designation, C for the CRYOGENIC Engineering Conference (CEC), M for the International Cryogenic MATERIALS Conference (ICMC). The second character, 1, 2, 3 or 4, denotes the day of the Conference: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. The third and fourth characters (Or or Po) indicate whether the presentation is in an oral or poster session. The fifth character represents the morning or afternoon time slot and the last character, A-G, differentiates the sessions on a given day. The presentation ID consists of the session ID plus the order within the session. Session ID examples are: C1Po1A (CEC Poster on Monday); M1Or1A (ICMC Oral on Monday). Presentation ID examples are: M1Or1A-01; C1Po1A-01.
Tentative Schedule at a Glance
(Click on the image below to open the schedule in PDF format.)
If you need to modify or withdraw your abstract, please submit your request to Centennial Conferences. Efforts will be made to fill gaps in the program left by withdrawn presentations. You will be notified by e-mail about any modifications to the program that affect the placement of your presentation.