Call for posters
The poster session provides an interaction opportunity for researchers and practitioners to present and demonstrate their new and innovative work-in-progress and to obtain feedback from their peers in an informal setting. It gives DSAI2013 attendees a forum where they can learn about novel on-going research projects that might not yet be complete, but whose preliminary results are already interesting. It also provides poster presenters with an excellent opportunity to receive invaluable feedback from knowledgeable sources.
We especially encourage submissions by students (that is, for which a student is the first author on the poster).
Poster proposals must be submitted as a single PDF file with no more than 1 page. Please follow the author guidelines found below on the “Poster submission template” section. Indicate the author making the presentation with an asterisk. This author will be considered the key person for all contact about the paper. Include all co-author names, affiliations and email addresses above the abstract text and below the title.
Please submit your poster proposal as a PDF e-mail attachment to:
with the subject “Poster submission proposal”.
Posters will be peer-reviewed by members of the Scientific Committee based on originality, significance, quality, and clarity. Accepted submissions will be published on the conference Book of Abstracts. Accepted poster authors will be asked to generate a poster and possible demonstration to be displayed in a dedicated poster area and presented during a poster session at the conference.
Poster submission template
Font: Times New Roman – for inserted characters use only ‘Symbols’ fonts to avoid character corruption
Title: 17 pt
Authors: Author names separated by commas, in order, with their first and last – 13pt
Author Affiliation: Affiliation, Address, City and Postcode, Country (one line per affiliation) – 8 pt
Text Body: 9pt regular style, single spaced, justified
Length: One page (including references)
These formatting specs should be followed to simplify publication.
A poster is typically a collection of printed pages or images mounted on poster board, but those with access to large-format printers may prefer to produce a single document. The final poster size should NOT exceed 100 x 76 centimeters (approximately 40 inches x 30 inches). Further details regarding poster format will be emailed for authors of accepted submissions.
There will be a scheduled session in which presenters will be expected to stand by their posters and discuss the work with interested attendees. Presenters may wish to bring printed technical reports or other material to hand out to interested attendees. Presenters are also encouraged to bring their laptop computers, in order to show images, play animations, and run interactive demos
At the conference, presenters are expected to mount their posters for attendees to view. Poster boards, pushpins and other material needed for posting your poster will be provided by the conference organization.
Posters submission deadline: September 30, 2013
Authors notified of acceptance: October 15, 2013
Camera-ready version and registration: October 31, 2013
IMPORTANT NOTES FOR AUTHORS:
The preparation and supply of any handouts or other materials used in any presentation will be the responsibility of the presenter(s).
As a commitment to attend and support the conference, the presenters of the accepted posters are expected to register and pay, either for the full-time program, or the day of their poster presentation, before the Registration deadline. Failure to register by this date may result in the poster being removed from the program.
For Further Assistance please contact the Conference Organizing Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org)