Following the tradition of past ICOSAHOM conferences, talks are organised into two tracks:
- Minisymposia talks, which highlight special topics and areas of current interest in the theory and application of spectral and high-order methods;
- Contributed talks, which may be submitted on any topic related to spectral and high-order methods.
Following the tradition of past ICOSAHOM conferences, an integral part of event are minisymposium sections. The aim of these is to highlight special topics and/or recent developments in the theory and application of high order and spectral methods.
- Each minisymposium talk will consist of 25-minute presentations, with an additional five minutes for discussion.
- Sessions will be two hours long and consist of four talks. To preserve an acceptable level of parallelism in the conference sessions, we require a minimum of four talks within a minisymposium and encourage organizers to keep the number of speakers as close to multiples of four as possible.
- Minisymposium proposals with more than twenty four (24) speakers are discouraged. There are no restrictions on number of talks or co-authored abstracts per participant.