Targeted Poster Presenter Information
Thursday, July 27
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Instructions for Targeted Poster Presenters
Each poster must occupy an area no larger than 8 feet wide x 4 feet high.
You will be provided with as many poster boards as there are posters in your session, so that each poster can have one full poster board.
You will be provided with thumb tacks and an overhead projector, but no computer projector.
Each Targeted Poster Session has a dedicated room. Although your session will meet twice during the day, you do not need to take down your poster until your second session meeting.
We strongly urge you to put up your poster on Wednesday night, or early Thursday morning.
You will be provided with as many poster boards as there are posters in your session. You may move these around as you wish into an arrangement that you most prefer. A suggested arrangement, is to have the poster boards arranged around the room, with one side (that is not used) of each board against the wall, and the other side facing the audience.
In presenting your session, please keep the following guidelines in mind
The first 20-25 minutes for the discussant (organizer) to present the overarching theme and for the individual poster presenters to briefly describe their research which speaks to this theme.
For the next 40-45 minutes, participants walk around the room and interact with individual poster presenters. Please urge the participants to take the opportunity to circulate around the room and view all of the posters.
The last 20 minutes will be a panel discussion led by the discussant.
PERC 2006 Organizing Committee
|Department of Physics, MSC 3D|
|New Mexico State University, PO Box 30001|
|Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001|
|(505) 646-1208 office|
|(505) 646-1934 fax|
|Department of Physics|
|Southern Illinois University Edwardsville|
|(618) 650-2934 office|
|(618) 650-3556 fax|
|Department of Physics, MH-611|
|California State University Fullerton|
|Fullerton, CA 92834|
|(714) 278-2270 office|
|(714) 278-5810 fax|
|Department of Physics & Astronomy|
|University of Pittsburgh|
|Pittsburgh, PA 15260|
|(412) 624-9045 office|
|(412) 624-9163 fax|