March 4, 2008: Acceptance notifications sent to presenters
March 30, 2008: Conference Proceedings material due from presenters
Posters are a way to present late-breaking results, new ideas or concepts in an informal, visual and interactive manner. During the Poster Revolution, attendees will gather into groups around the posters that interest them most. Each presenter will be given a set amount of time to talk about his or her poster, plus a few minutes of questions and answers. At the end of the time-slot, attendees will be directed to the next poster. After one revolution around the room, attendees may go back to any of the posters that they would like to discuss with the presenters. The Poster Revolution is an optional activity for poster presenters, and it takes place during one of the presentation sessions.
Benefits of Presenting
- The primary poster presenter will receive a 20% discount on the conference registration.
- Presenters can talk one-on-one with conference participants who are interested in their poster topic.
Preparing Your Submission
- Poster submissions have a 3-page minimum and 4-page maximum.
- Submissions include a description and conceptual layout of the poster.
- The maximum file size for submissions is 3 MB.
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How to Submit
- Download the Posters Checklist to ensure that your submission meets the requirements
- Download and complete the Posters Submission Template
- Download and complete the Presenter Biography Template
- Submit your proposal online by January 21, 2008
Poster presenters will have a 4-foot tall by 8-foot wide board on which to mount their poster. They will also have a table for presentation materials such as handouts.
Contact for Posters
- Kevin Sang Lee
- Pam Cote