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Registration/Abstract Submission:

FNS/2019 Registration Fee

Date Attendee
Regular * Student
"Early Bird" registration until Oct 15, 2018 $800.00 $500.00
From Oct 16, 2018 to Feb 9, 2019 (if available!!) $1100.00 $800.00

Registration and abstract submission form is here. Please submit your presentation abstract when you register; formatting information is provided below. Again, submitting a presentation is not required for participation in FNS/2019. However, if the conference becomes oversubscribed, acceptance will be preferentially given to applicants contributing abstracts relevant to the workshop. Special consideration will be given to members of the press, research funding agencies, and philanthropic organizations. Please note that contributed talks will be selected from abstracts submitted on or before 15 Oct 2018.

Student rates are available to currently-enrolled graduate students who provide confirmation of their active academic status by their advisor or institution.

  • Registration fee includes: workshop registration, most meals (except for two self-hosted dinners), and the conference reception and banquet. Please note, these are covered for the registrant only.
  • Additional charges (to cover meals) for accompanying persons not registered as a conference participant, are currently being determined. Please contact Cherie Capri ccapri@caltech.edu if you are interested.
  • All cancellation requests must be made in writing to Cherie Capri (ccapri@caltech.edu).
  • Refunds for registration fees are available only according to the following schedule:
    • A full refund is available by request only until October 14, 2018.
    • From October 15 — December 15, 2018, an administrative fee of 300.00 will be deducted from any refund provided.
    • No refunds can be made after December 15, 2019.
  • Please note!: Hotel room cancellations must be arranged separately, directly with the hotel.

Abstract Format:

Please prepare your abstract by closely following this format:

  • Page/content limits: One page, US letter-page format, 1” (2.54cm) borders top, bottom, sides.
  • Use Helvetica or Arial font only, 11 point.
  • An illustration is encouraged but is not required.
  • Format the abstract title and attributions as shown below, with the presenting author’s name underlined:

    Nonlinear damping and dephasing in nanomechanical systems
    Michael L. Roukes1, Juan Atalaya2, Thomas W. Kenny3, and Mark I. Dykman2
    1Kavli Nanoscience Institute, Caltech, Pasadena, CA, USA
    2Dept. of Physics, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, USA
    3School of Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA

    The text of your abstract should go here. Try to keep it nice and concise, while conveying the excitement and importance of your work. While including a figure with the abstract adds to its appeal, it is not necessary to do so. One or two references to your published work [1], if appropriate, would be helpful for those wishing to follow up.

    [1] Juan Atalaya, et al., Nonlinear damping and dephasing in nanomechanical systems, Phys. Rev. B 94, 195440 (2016).

  • PLEASE NOTE: Your abstract must be uploaded as a .pdf file.