All graduate students are invited to submit an extended abstract to Student Poster Session. The main purpose of this session is to recognize students and give them the opportunity to practice their visual, written and oral communication skills in a professional conference environment.
Guidelines for Presentation
The poster is an advertisement for ideas, findings and techniques and needs to attract readers from a distance in a sea of other displays. It is hoped that this leaflet will help to have uniformly high-level presentations at the Student Poster Session. Topics of interest include but not limited to the following areas:
- Cloud and Distributed Computing
- Networking, sensor networks, mobile computing
- IR, Data and knowledge management
- BPM, Web Services, SOA
- E-government, e-Commerce, e-Health
- Social computing
- Security, privacy
- Semantic Web
- Multimedia and Computer vision
- Arabic/Amazigh/Farsi/Urdu language processing
- Big Data, Business Intelligence, Analytics
Preparation of Posters
Posters should be simple, brief and prepared having in minds, primarily, their use as a basis for the presentation. However, they should be also self intelligible. The information may conveniently be divided into sections, starting with an Introduction and ending with Conclusion.
As poster should be readable by more than one person at the same time, a letter size of at least 6 mm in height for the text and 10 mm for the section headings are suggested. Each poster presentation must have a title including the title of the paper, author(s), affiliation(s), city and country.
Any necessary equipment for attaching the sheets to the board will be available near the poster location. Please use only the provided materials in order not to damage the panels and enable a smooth removal afterwards.