Call for Abstracts

2022 Joint Mathematics Meetings (JMM 2022)

Welcome. There is a seven-step process to successfully submit your abstract. For instructions, please see the list below. Final deadline for all submissions is Wednesday, September 22, 2021.

PLEASE NOTE: You will be required to sign in with your AMS account after clicking 'Begin a Submission'.
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After you have signed in, proceed with submitting your abstract.

Steps and Instructions:

  1. Programs

    In the list below, find the program to which you would like to submit your abstract. Click 'Begin a Submission' for the program of your choice.
  2. Sessions

    Each program may have a number of different sessions for which abstracts are being accepted. Please click on the 'Begin a Submission' button associated with the program you wish to participate in. The subsequent screen lists all session titles currently accepting submissions. If you aren't sure which session you wish to submit to, check either the full scientific program or the scientific program by organization.
  3. Subject

    • Here is where you select the subject classification (MSC code) that best fits your abstract. There are three lists to choose from, which will assign a full 5- or 6- digit code.
    • Select the most appropriate subject from the first list.
    • A second list will display based on your first selection. Select the most appropriate item from the list.
    • A third (and final) list will display based on your second selection. Choose the most appropriate item from that list.
    • Click 'Save' at the bottom of the page.
  4. Title

    • Title: Enter your title, using LaTeX markup if needed, the limit is 200 characters. Spaces and punctuation are counted. You will see your text conversion display on the page after a few seconds so you can preview the results.
    • Submitter's Email: A link back to your submission will be sent to this email when you save the title step.
    • Some meeting formats will include recorded presentations. You will be required to indicate whether you grant or deny permission to record.
    • You will be required to acknowledge or reply to several statements to successfully submit your abstract.
  5. Author

    • Search by email or last name to see if the author you want to add is already in the database.
    • If they are not, you will have the opportunity to add their information and add them to your submission.
    • You must indicate who will be the presenting author. There is a limit of one presenter per paper; there is no limit on the number of co-authors for an abstract.
    • You may indicate someone as the 'Corresponding' author, but this is not required. If no Corresponding author is selected, communications will go to the Presenting Author only.
  6. Enter Abstract Text

    • Enter the text for your abstract, include any LaTeX markup if necessary.
    • After a few seconds of typing (or a few seconds after you paste) your converted text will display for you to preview.
    • You are limited to 2000 characters.
  7. Confirmation

    • Here you can preview the information you have entered.
    • When the 'Conclude Submission' button is clicked, an email will be sent to the Presenting Author's email confirming receipt of the submission.
    • Your abstract is *not* submitted until you click the 'Conclude Submission' button.
    • You will still be able to edit your submission until the deadline.
  8. Extra information

    • During the submission process, you will proceed through one step at a time, only able to advance to the next step once all required information has been entered.
      • Steps are color coded in a bar along the top of your screen.
      • Steps that are grey with white text and a check mark are complete. You can go back to them at any time by clicking on the label.
    • Please complete the full process for each abstract you are submitting.
    • You may present an unlimited amount of distinctively different abstracts in multiple special sessions.
    • You are only allowed to present one contributed paper talk at an AMS Meeting.
    • Student Poster Session submissions are made through PME (PI MU EPSILON).

    Notifications of Acceptance & Rejection will be sent in late-October.

    Technical Support

    For email help in submitting an abstract, Contact technical support.

    Or call 401-334-0220 Monday - Friday, 8:30AM - 6PM Eastern.

    Please select the category for the program to which you would like to submit an abstract.

    Deadline for New Submissions: Wednesday, September 22, 2021

    AAAS (AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE)
    New Submissions Closed

    AMS (AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY)
    New Submissions Closed

    ASA (AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION)
    New Submissions Closed

    ASL (ASSOCIATION OF SYMBOLIC LOGIC)
    New Submissions Closed

    AWM (ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS)
    New Submissions Closed

    COMAP (CONSORTIUM FOR MATHEMATICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS)
    New Submissions Closed

    ILAS (INTERNATIONAL LINEAR ALGEBRA SOCIETY)
    New Submissions Closed

    MSRI (MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES RESEARCH INSTITUTE)
    New Submissions Closed

    NAM (NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MATHEMATICIANS)
    New Submissions Closed

    NSF (NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION)
    New Submissions Closed

    PME (PI MU EPSILON)
    New Submissions Closed

    SIAM (SOCIETY FOR INDUSTRIAL AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS)
    New Submissions Closed

    SIGMAA (SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS OF THE MAA)
    New Submissions Closed