The committee will give priority to 1st or 2nd year PhD students who have not presented their work in previous editions.
Please submit a poster related to your PhD proposal / ongoing research. You can also reuse a poster you already have from a conference.
1.- Abstract submission
Submission form available here.
Submission deadline: February 1st 2018.
Acceptance notification: February 15th 2018.
Note: "How to make a good abstract" slides here.
2.- Poster submission
Before February 26th 2018 send your poster as a pdf file to us (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please use the name YOURNAME.pdf (not needed if you bring your own poster).
- Poster content must be limited to one page only, A0 size (1189 x 841 mm), portrait.
- Posters from EITIC PhD students should include the EITIC logo. (cat: png format , ai format) (eng: png format) (cast: png format)
- Please generate a pdf file if the poster is to be printed by the Department.
- A poster combines text and graphics to make a visually pleasing presentation. The goal is to quickly and efficiently communicate your research project to viewers that will be walking by.
- For more instructions on preparing a good scientific poster, refer to recent research seminars slides: here and here.
3.- Poster printing
For students of the PhD program in ICTs at UPF, the printing of the posters will be carried out by the secretary of the Department. Posters can be collected the day before the event. Otherwise, please print your own poster and bring it the day of the workshop.
- Each presenter will have a dedicated area for poster presentation.
- All presenters should arrive to the venue at 9:30 to set up their posters as the session begins promptly at 10:00.
- Pushpins to mount your posters will be provided onsite.
- All posters will remain displayed throughout the day.
- You might be requested by the viewers to give a short presentation or answer a few questions.
- Stand by your poster, look welcoming and enthusiastic.
- Aim at 3 minutes to deliver the important points of your project in a comprehensible and convincing way.
- Present the background and the purpose of your project, the main findings, and round off with a conclusion.
- Answer questions using your poster as visual aid.
Reasons to participate
“Conference Poster sessions are quite useful to show your ongoing work and get valuable feedback. Nevertheless, stage fright is always an issue. The department poster session on the other hand allowed me to show my current work, flaws and all, to my peers. The feedback I got was nothing but particular, personal and sincere. I got the chance to reinforce the weak-spots in my arguments by exchanging ideas with my coworkers in a relaxed environment. You can only leave the session with a clearer vision for your PhD. Do not miss it.” Luis Sanabria-Russo, PhD student at NeTS research group, EITIC-UPF.