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IEEE ITherm Conference

The Intersociety Conference on Thermal and Thermomechanical Phenomena in Electronic Systems

ITherm 2018 Student Poster and Networking Session


Organizers


Dr. Mahsa Ebrahim

Dr. Mahsa Ebrahim
Villanova University

Dr. Amir Shooshtari

Dr. Amir Shooshtari
University of Maryland

Dr. Milnes P David

Dr. Milnes P David
IBM

The ITherm organizing committee is delighted to announce this year's Student Poster and Networking Session to be held during ITherm 2018 (May 29 - June 1, 2018; Sheraton Hotel & Marina, San Diego, CA, USA).

The student poster and networking session is open to all registered students who have submitted a technical paper, and provides opportunities for them to present their research and interact with other conference attendees from industry and academia. There will also be a networking element that allows interested students to distribute resumes and get connected to industrial representatives.

Interested students can apply using the poster application form (link to become available at a later date).

Students who apply will be competitively selected for poster presentation at the conference and for travel grants.

Outstanding posters will also be selected for awards and will be judged based on technical merit, clarity and self-sufficiency of the content, novelty and originality of the work, overall impact of the poster display and oral presentation at the poster session. The poster awards are independent of the paper awards and the same work is eligible for winning both awards based on the specific judging criteria for each.

We strongly encourage all students who have or plan to submit technical papers to participate at the Student Poster and Networking Session and to utilize these opportunities to publicize their research and build their network. We look forward to your posters!


Contact us at:

     ithermpostersession@gmail.com

Submission and Selection Criteria:

  • Student must be a currently registered undergraduate or graduate student.
  • Student must be first/principal author on his or her technical paper that is to be presented at the poster session.
  • Only one poster presentation per corresponding technical paper will be accepted.
  • All poster applications will be reviewed by the poster committee and some will be competitively selected for poster presentation and travel grants.
  • Draft and Final technical papers must be accepted and the student must register for the conference to participate at the poster session and be eligible for the travel grant.
  • Travel grant awardee must take part in the entire poster session to receive their reimbursements.
  • All paper and poster deadlines must be met to be eligible for poster presentation, grants and awards.

Key Dates:

  • Online application form submission: Jan. 15th, 2018
  • Poster presentation and travel grant notice: Feb. 21st, 2018
  • Final electronic poster deadline: Mar. 14th, 2018
  • Resume submission deadline: May 1st, 2018


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