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  • Friday, March 27, 2020

Research Technologies Student Poster Expo

Reviewed posters submitted by IU students from a variety of disciplines who are using IU advanced cyberinfrastructure in their work.

Event details

  • Date & time
    Friday, March 27, 2020
    11am-3:30pm
  • Location
    Luddy Hall
    Atrium
    IU-Bloomington (IUB)
  • Deadline
    March 14

About this event

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The 2nd Annual Research Technologies Student Poster Expo gives students an opportunity to show their work to fellow students, faculty, and staff during the IU Research Cyberinfrastructure Day 2020 at Luddy Hall.

RCI Day includes the following free events, open to the University community:

  • 8:30-11am PTI 20th Anniversary Celebration
  • 11am-1pm Research Services Expo
  • 11am-3:30pm Research Technologies Student Poster Expo
  • 12:30-2:30pm Peebles Memorial Lecture and lunch with David Crandall

Who’s eligible? Indiana University students from any discipline who use advanced cyberinfrastructure in their research or a school project. Examples of advanced cyberinfrastructure include IU's supercomputers, Research Desktop, massive storage or data transfer, advanced visualization including virtual or augmented reality, advanced media capture, REDCap, the Research Database Complex, Jetstream, and more. Learn more about IU's advanced cyberinfrastructure >>

$100 prizes for:

  • Best overall poster
  • Best use of high performance computing
  • Best visualization

Abstracts are due: March 14, 2020 by midnight

Submission/Expo process:

  • Login or create an account/login to EasyChair.
  • Upload your 250-300 word abstract (as a .pdf) following the instructions on-screen.
  • Accepted abstracts will be notified by March 18, 2020.
  • Final posters (no larger than 3.5’ wide by 4’ tall) will be exhibited March 27, 2020 during the IU Research Cyberinfrastructure Day at Luddy Hall in Bloomington
  • Authors are expected to attend and answer questions regarding their poster/research.
  • Posters will be judged during RCI Day.
  • Winners announced at 2:30pm.

Posters may have been presented at a conference within the last six months and/or may be presented at an upcoming conference.

Accepted abstracts and final posters will be published in an IUScholarWorks journal.

Judges will include past Peebles Memorial Lecture Series speakers as well as other distinguished IU faculty and staff.

The expo is sponsored by Research Technologies, a division of University Information Technology Services and a center in the Pervasive Technology Institute at Indiana University.