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December 17, 2014  
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING ABSTRACTS
Your abstract should be sent electronically as simple LaTeX or plain TeX. You may also use features from the amsmath, amsfonts, or amssymb packages; all other macros should be defined, please do not redefine standard macros. Send only body of your abstract, this is the portion found between the \begin{document} and \end{document} statements. Please indicate your name and the title of your talk SEPARATELY from
your abstract. If you are using an online Dear ...., Here is an abstract for my talk entitled "Some remarks on $n$periodic [ include your abstract here ] Sincerely,
Here is an example of an abstract in an acceptable
format \newcommand{\g}{\mathfrak{g}} We will prove that every element of $S$ is a counterexample to Wiles's Theorem. We relate this to the theory of isomorphisms $\phi: \g \to \g$ where $\g$ is a Lie algebra. Here are some examples of things that must
not appear in your abstract
Here's a quick test you can make on your abstract 1. Put this line at the beginning. . (You can add \usepackage{amsmath}\usepackage{amssymb}before the \begin{document} if your abstract uses these features). 2. Put this line at the end. (Remember these lines you're adding are only for the test. Do not include them in the abstract you submit). 3. Run latex on the resulting file. If you get errors when you do this, your abstract is not in an acceptable format. ANY ABSTRACT FAILING THIS TEST WILL BE RETURNED TO THE AUTHOR FOR
RESUBMISSION. 
