Congratulations – your poster and/or demonstration submission has been approved!
Please check back to this page for updates. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Consortium. Joni Sterlacci @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Update #1 – Your submission has been approved! Congratulations!
Update #2 – Update to Poster Submission Authors:
We have updated the guidelines. Please review the updated guidelines below if you haven’t reviewed them. The most important change is that you are responsible for printing and displaying your poster. This display includes providing a portable easel for your poster.
In addition to these updates, I’ve provided a couple of PowerPoint templates you could use to start your poster development. You are not required to use the format or graphics, or branding. These templates are only examples. Unfortunately, the maximum power point size is 56” in the horizontal or vertical dimensions. This constraint leaves a two-inch margin around the actual poster print for the size constraints. Your printer may be able to increase your poster size to fit the entire limitations if you wish.
Poster Guidelines Updated 7 September 2022
- Authors shall provide their portable own easel stand for displaying their poster
- Authors are responsible for printing, displaying, and taking down the poster.
- The poster’s dimensions shall not exceed 3’ x 5’ or 5’ x 3’
- The poster content must cover the material as cited in the abstract
- Place the title prominently at the top of the poster board
- Posters should include a background section, methods, results, and conclusions.
- Highlight the authors’ names and contact information in case the viewer is interested in more information
- Posters should use a serif type font (e.g., Times) is often easier for reading the main text, and a non-serif font (e.g., Arial or Helvetica) for headers and figure labels
- Paragraph and figure captions should be a minimum of 24-point font (0.9 cm height) and headers at least a 36-point font (1.2 cm height).
- Prepare diagrams or charts legibly in size sufficient to be read at a distance of six feet.
- Graphs or charts should use different colors and textures/symbols.
- Posters should organize the presentation so it is clear, orderly, and self-explanatory
- Posters should group similar ideas and avoid cluttering with too much text.
- Authors should stay with the poster during the entire session to answer questions
- Demonstrations shall be displayed on a 72” x 30” table
- Demonstrations will be provided with standard 120 VAC
- Posters and Demonstrations may be displayed together
- Demonstrators are responsible for setting up and tearing down demonstrations immediately before and after the workshop.
- Demonstrations should show metrics and concepts through real applications that include digital IF or virtualization
- Demonstrators should stay with demonstrations during the entire session