Thematic special sessions are welcome. Proposals must be endorsed by at least one member of the Scientific Committee and must include: name of the session, a list of six or more speakers, and should be communicated to a member of the Executive Committee before May 5, 2016 for final approval and inclusion in the program.
AppOpt12-Abstract.tex↓ includes the template and the instructions on how to prepare and send your abstract for AppOpt 2016.
The template should be used for Abstract Submission of your proposed talk. Take into account the following requirements:
1.- Write the abstract using the LaTeX document preparation system and the class file article.cls, as in this template. Do not introduce macros.
2.- The complete abstract, counting references, cannot exceed one page.
3.- The References in the template file show the standards to be followed for the references.
4.- The tex file of your abstract should be sent as an attachment via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
•  The subject of your message should be: abstract AppOpt.
•  The tex file should be named FA-SA.tex where FA and SA stand for the initials of the first and second author, respectively.
•  The text of your message should include: full name, affiliation, and e-mail.
The registration fee for non-residents in Cuba is 180 CUC (1 CUC = 1 USD approximately, for details see the Official Currency Exchange Rates) payable upon arrival at the registration desk of the conference. The Local Organizing Committee strongly encourages early registration before May 5, 2016 via bank transfer to the account: Bank: Banco Financiero Internacional, Name of the account: Sociedad Cubana de Matemática y Computación Account number: 037263 Agency: 6000 Habana Libre, BFI S.A. Swift code: BFIC CUHH XXX To help defray the costs of the transfer, a reduced registration fee of 150 CUC will be applied in this case. Those that cannot pay in advance, please send to email@example.com a clear message stating your intention to attend the meeting. A reduced registration fee of 100 CUC is applied to non-resident students presenting a letter of recommendation from their advisor.