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As was communicated at the 28th International Meshing Roundtable, after 28 years Sandia National Laboratories has decided to step back from organizing and operating the IMR.  Sandia’s contribution to the meshing community through sponsoring this Roundtable is incalculable and we are all grateful for what they have created and provided to the meshing world.  However, we now need to work together to find the best road forward for the IMR to continue to support and grow the meshing community.

The email or website at which you found the link to this survey included a list of options for how future IMRs could be held. Please review it before completing this survey. If you have not seen the list of options or have questions about them, please contact Scott Canann directly at scott.canann@siemens.com

And finally, if you are interested in serving on the steering committee for an upcoming IMR please send a email  to Scott Canann at the address above.

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* 1. What other conferences do you attend or would consider attending on a regular basis to present meshing research?

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* 2. Of the 3 candidate options for future IMR’s (SIAM, USACM & ACM SIGGRAPH - see email or website), which appeals to you most? Least?

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* 3. When considering the future of the IMR and taking into account the candidates listed in question 2, which factors are most important to you. Check all that apply.

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* 4. Other than technical presentations, what components of the IMR are the basis for its unique identity and if removed would make you less likely to attend? Check all that apply.

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* 5. The IMR has historically been in the September/October timeframe. If we find it to be necessary to change the timing of the IMR, what times of year are good/bad? Please comment on fall, winter, spring, summer timing – which would be good/bad for you.

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