We invite students involved in computing at all levels of study (undergraduate and graduate students), faculty, as well as professionals to actively participate in ONCWIC 2014. Everyone is welcome to participate!
Call for Posters
The goal of the poster session is to enable informal discussions on presenter's research or computing project. Poster presentations foster the sharing of ideas, problems, and results in an informal setting. We encourage posters on computing-related research, or outreach activities to promote Computer Science to youth. Works at any level of study, including undergraduate projects/summer projects, etc. are encouraged.
Posters will be judged by the Poster Committee based on significance, clarity, and quality. The Best Poster winner, first author, will receive a travel award to attend the 2015 Grace Hopper Conference provided by ACM-W. The second and third place posters will receive cash prizes (i.e. gift cards) to the amounts of $400.
Please register your intent to present a poster prior to arriving at the conference!
The poster boards are 47"h x 58"w. Please take that into account when preparing your poster to make sure that the poster fits on the board.
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