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LENGTH: Abstracts should be between 150-250 words for posters, papers, or short workshops. The connection to nonlinear dynamics, chaos, complexity, fractals or related concepts should be clear to the reader. Abstracts may be up to 500 words for symposia or panel discussions. For symposia, abstracts should reflect the content of EACH speaker's contribution. For panel discussions, abstracts should provide a brief overview of the topic, and indicate the relevant background of the panelists and sample questions they will address. The format for a symposium is for all speakers to give presentations, followed by or interspersed with discussion. The format for a panel discussion is an introduction to the topic and the speakers, after which the panelists address a series of questions or issues (rather than giving a series of presentations). Each person submitting is limited to a maximum of two presentations as first author (okay to be a co-author on additional submissions by others).