% Template for post or presentation abstracts submitted to ILAS 2022
% 1. Fill in the presenter's information (name, affiliation, email
% address) and talk information (title of presentation, abstract).
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% 3. Save the .tex file for your abstract with a distinctive name,
% ideally "FamilynameGivenname.tex".
% 4. Upload your .tex file to https://clr.ie/129557
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% * Include details of co-authors and funding acknowledgements after the abstract.
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% * Questions: Contact Niall Madden (Niall.Madden@NUIGalway.ie)
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\title{A sample \LaTeX\ abstract for a talk or poster at ILAS 2022}
\author{Niall Madden} %Presenting author only
\address{University of Wherever} % Affiliation of presenting author
\email{Madden@whereever.edu} % Email address of presenting author only
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% The abstract ***no more than one page***
This is a sample abstract for talks and posters
presented at ILAS 2022, to be held
in Galway (Ireland) in June 2022.
Please, follow the instructions at \url{http://ilas2022.ie/abstracts/}
for submitting your abstract. Make sure you upload the \texttt{.tex}
file, and not any others.
Try to keep your file as simple as possible, so that it is easily
rendered in various formats. Give the file a name that readily
identifies it with you, for example \texttt{OlgaTaussky.tex}.
If you wish to include citations, you can do so like this:
\cite{my_key_for_OT49}. Use a bibitem key that is likely be be unique to
you (e.g., don't use the default Math Reviews key).
Any uncited bibliography entries will also
appear. If you have none, then delete that section.
%% Coauthor details here (optional - delete if not applicable)
% and funding acknowledgment (optional - delete if not applicable)
\emph{This is joint work with John Todd (Caltech) and Alexander Ostrowski (Basel).
Supported by the National Mathematics Foundation, Grant XYZ-123.}
\begin{thebibliography}{1}
\bibitem{my_key_for_OT49}
Olga Taussky.
\newblock A recurring theorem on determinants.
\newblock {\em Amer. Math. Monthly} 56:672–676, (1949).
\bibitem{another_unique_key}
Olga Taussky and John Todd.
\newblock Cholesky, Toeplitz and the triangular factorization of
symmetric matrices.
\newblock {\em Numer. Algorithms}, 41(2):197--202, 2006.
\end{thebibliography}
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