Presentation and Poster Instructions

We will have a slightly different approach this year for the presentations. We ask all students to prepare their presentation as a poster. Each student will have 30 minutes allocated to his/her work as follows:

  • 10 minutes maximum for presenting the work using the poster. The panel will read your paper beforehand. Your short presentation should emphasize:
    • The problem you are solving and why it is important
    • You empirical research plan: are you executing surveys, conducting case studies, performing controlled experience, etc?
    • Questions or concerns about your proposed research that you would like the committee to address.
  • 20 minutes for questions and considerations of the panel.

On the template please consider the following instructions carefully.
  • Format when printed:
    • Size: A0 minimum, 1m x 2m maximum.
    • Colour.
    • Landscape orientation.
    • The font size must be large enough to be readable.
    • You must print your poster before coming to the conference.
  • Use the official poster template of your institution.
  • Your poster must include the title of your project, your name, and your institution.
  • The following sections must appear in your poster under the specified heading:
    • Motivation and Problem Statement
    • Background and Theory
    • Research Question(s)
    • Research and Analysis Methods
    • Results to Date (if any)
    • Timeline of your research studies - please include both what you have done and what you intend to do
    • Contributions and Implications to research and practice
  • Some Latex resources for creating a poster: http://www.brian-amberg.de/uni/poster/

You should send a PDF of the poster by August 29 to danielac@sintef.no and llayman@cese.fraunhofer.org for feedback on the contents of the poster.

On the day of the presentation you must have your printed copy with you for the presentation. The poster will also be presented at the poster session of the conference.

We would like to ask you to come with an open mind to the conference. And we hope you use this opportunity to share your work and to listen to different points of view.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to send us an email.

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