• Every registered participant of the conference will have the opportunity to give a short presentation, with acceptance at the discretion of the organizers. Only abstracts of papers presented at the conference will be considered for publication in the proceedings, which will be distributed to registered participants at the conference check-in.
    Participants interested in presenting contributed talks and mini Symposia are requested to submit their abstracts in electronic form through the online submission system at secretariat@ilas2014.org. Abstracts must be written in English and typed using LaTeX. The official language of the conference is English; therefore, all abstracts and oral presentations must be in English.

  • Notification of acceptance of abstracts : TBA
    If you have questions regarding abstract, contact :
    Plenary Speakers to secretariat@ilas2014.org
    Invited Mini Symposia to Oganizers of each Symposia
    Contributed Mini-symposia to Oganizers of each Symposia
    Contributed Talks to secretariat@ilas2014.org

  • Invitations for Contributed Mini Symposia

    The scientific organizing committee welcomes proposals for contributed minisymposia for the International Linear Algebra Society 2014 meeting in Seoul, KOREA. For details about ILAS 2014, see our website at

    Minisymposia talks will be 25 minutes total (20 minutes plus 5 minutes for discussion).
    Each minisymposium will have maximum 300 minutes. Proposals should be in PDF format, and no more than 2 pages total.

    Please email proposals directly to (both) SOC members of ILAS 2014 :
    Fuzhen Zhang(zhang@nova.edu) and Sang-Gu Lee (sglee@skku.edu)

  • Invitations for Contributed talks

    Registration button for contributed talks will be made in the first week of Feb. 2014.
    Please prepare accordingly. (**NOTE: "Hope you can be ready for that." is too casual. It sounds like you are talking to your friends haha)
    Contributed talks will be 25 minutes total (20 minutes plus 5 minutes for discussion).

  • * Only one talk per speaker (except some special cases such as plenary speakers/ education talks) is allowed.