AzSEC 2019 Abstract Submission
Abstracts must be submitted at time of registration and submitted to the registration form.
Abstracts accepted: August 1 - September 1, 2021
First round reviewed by September 15, 2021
Last round reviewed September 22, 2021
Short abstract format:
Provide a 250-word (or less) abstract containing a brief summary of the topics and main conclusions of the paper and/or poster.
Abstracts should include:
- Full title
- Full author list and affiliation
- If you have multiple authors, place an asterisk (*) after your name to designate you are the presenter
- Introduction or background of the topic
- Main experimental and/or theoretical results
- Analysis of the results and clear exposition of the main findings
- Discussion of the significance of the work for the field
Students are responsible for printing and transporting their own poster.
IMPORTANT: Maximum poster dimensions permitted are: 40" x 30". Layout design: portrait or landscape
Minimum font for text: 24 pt.; title font should be at least 72 pt.
Poster set-up: Posters may be set up starting at 8:00 AM, Friday, October 1, 2021.
To be included in the judging, posters must be set up no later than 12 PM, Friday, October 1, 2021.
Posters should be hung during times when talks are not in session.
Posters will be assigned a number/location, and the schedule will be posted at the registration table; please mount your poster in your assigned space.
Push pins (provided).
You are expected to be present during judging.
We encourage you to stand by your poster during the reception so others can ask you about your research. We will assign you a rotation of even #/odd # so you can walk about and look at other posters.
Poster take-down: by 5:00 PM, Friday, October 1, 2021.
- Is the overall significance of the research clearly conveyed?
- Are the methods clearly described?
- Do the stated discussion points or conclusions follow from the presented research?
- Are the text and graphics clear, well-balanced and easy to follow?
NOTE: Posters will be judged on their own merit - without student input or explanation