The call for posters is now closed.
As part of the EuroMPI 2016 conference, we invite submissions for non-peer-reviewed posters. These posters will not be published in the proceedings of the conference, but presenters will be invited to give a lightning talk about their work at the conference and the poster will be displayed during the poster reception.
Deadline: 26 August 2016
The presenting author must be registered to attend the conference. All authors are eligible for the author discount on the registration fee.
Submissions are invited as short abstracts (max 500 words) on any topic relating to MPI users and developers. All abstracts should emphasise the MPI aspects of the work, such as the challenges that MPI helps to address or the challenges/shortcomings of MPI.
To submit your abstract for a poster please use the EuroMPI 2016 conference easychair web site: Closed
You will need the following information:
- Full name of main (presenting) author;
- Names of any other authors;
- Current institution of all authors;
- Title of your poster;
- Abstract (up to 500 words);
- Twitter advertisement for your work (up to 131 characters to allow space for #EuroMPI). You are encouraged to include your own twitter handle.
Please note that on the EasyChair submission site you will be prompted to select your submission category. Please select 'Poster'. All other submission categories are now closed and will be rejected. You do not need to provide a PDF of your poster or additional materials unless you wish to do so.
The submission deadline for non-peer-reviewed posters is 26th August 2016.
Preparing and presenting your poster
EuroMPI will not print posters. Authors must be registered for the conference and bring a printed poster with them for presentation. Full details on poster format will be available soon.
Instructions for poster preparation
Authors must bring a printed poster to the conference for display between 26th and 28th September. EuroMPI will not print posters for authors.
Preparing your poster
Please download the full poster specfication document here.
- Poster format is entirely at the discretion of the author, but must fit within the poster board dimensions: 900m x 1200mm.
- Possible poster sizes include A0 (portrait; 841mm x 1189mm) or A1 (landscape; 594mm x 841mm)
- You do not have to stick to these exact sizes, any size is acceptable, as long as it fits within the dimensions of the poster boards, and is not overlapping the next board.
- Remember, if you do use the whole of the poster board, delegates may find it hard to read what is at the bottom of your poster. Try to make your poster as easy to read as possible.