Abstract Submission Deadline: October 1, 2004 **EXTENDED DEADLINE**
If you would you like to make a presentation please enter your title and abstract below. You may use simple HTML (World
Wide Web mark-up language) codes, as described below, to include bold,
italic, super- and subscripts in both the title and abstract. The
effect of the mark-up code will be shown when you press the "Submit
Registration" button. After doing this and checking your abstract, you
can submit it or return to this page to make alterations.
The abstract body, not including the authors and title, must not exceed 1500 characters (approx. 250 words; spaces count as characters). Do
not indent the first line of the abstract. Do not break into
paragraphs. Do not attempt to include graphics or tabular material.
SPELL OUT ALL GREEK LETTERS. You may end your abstract with acknowledgement
of funding sources, if applicable, but do not begin a new paragraph.
Be sure to include the less-than and greater-than symbols (<>)
around the mark up codes. You will see the effect of the above mark up
codes when you press the "Proof Read Abstract" button.
A list of many other HTML
character codes is available via an HTML document.
To italicize text, begin words with <I>,
and end them with </I>
To bold text, begin words with <B>,
and end them with </B>
To superscript text, begin words with <SUP>,
and end them with </SUP>
To subscript text, begin words with <SUB>,
and end them with </SUB>
For experts: HTML links can be included using the <A
HREF="URL HERE"> Link Text Here </A>
Abstract Title: Type in sentence style: Capitalize first word
only; type all other words except proper names in lower case letters.
Abstract Text: Type in the abstract (limit 1500 characters including spaces, but not including the HTML codes) using only the HTML codes
listed above or in this HTML
character codes table.