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Call for Poster Submissions

We cordially invite UIC faculty, staff, and student to submit abstracts for the poster track of the 2024 Computational Research Symposium.

This is an excellent opportunity for all members of the UIC research community to share their cutting-edge findings related to data analysis, data visualization, and high-performance computing.

Whether you're a seasoned expert, a newcomer, or someone seeking expert guidance for computational analysis on your data, we encourage you to participate in our engaging poster session. Posters can encompass technical descriptions, smaller research contributions, ongoing projects, and student endeavors, all presented in a succinct and visually impactful format.

Accepted posters will be prominently displayed within the event venue, featuring a dedicated poster session that will facilitate lively discussions among presenters and attendees. We strongly encourage submissions that showcase computational analysis and data visualization demonstrations with tangible or potential impact within specific domains.

Click here to apply for a poster presentation. We encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible as the presentation space is limited.

Important Dates Heading link

Poster Abstract Submission: April 10th 2024

Notification of Poster Acceptance: April 12th 2024

Final Poster submission in digital form: April 15th 2024

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Additionally, we are excited to announce that the top three best Poster in each category will be awarded cash prizes! $200 to the first prize winner, $125 for second place, and $75 for third place. Only UIC faculty, students, and staff are eligible for the cash rewards.

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Guidelines for Poster Submission:

Authors are kindly requested to submit their abstracts and posters within the specified deadlines. Posters should concisely elucidate the research questions being addressed and their significance to the broader research community.

Recommended Poster Format:

  • Statement of Topic: A short title.
  • Abstract (Description): The abstract is a short description of your poster.
  • Purpose: What was the intent or goal of the study? What did you want to learn?
  • Background/Significance: What was the problem and why was it important? What knowledge are you building on?
  • Method: What was the design? What was the data? What tools were used? How was the data collected and analyzed?
  • Results: What were the findings?
  • Conclusions: What do the findings mean?

By adhering to this recommended format, your poster will effectively communicate the essence of your research, from the objectives and methodology to the results and their broader implications. This structured approach ensures that your poster conveys your research’s significance in a clear and organized manner.

Submit your poster proposal here