About the poster session
The ETAPS poster session provides an excellent forum for authors of all tracks to meet and present their work via the medium of posters. The interactive setting is a great way to engage other participants of the conference and to receive feedback from the community. The session also serves to inform participants about interesting papers being presented later in the conference and attract them to presentations that might interest them.
We invite poster submissions covering any aspect of programming, systems, languages and applications. We especially invite the authors of papers on any of the ETAPS conferences and workshop to additionally consider submitting a poster and presenting during the poster session.
Call for Posters
Submission deadline: 15 March 2019, 23:59
Submission website: EasyChair
The size of the poster presented during the poster session should be A0 (W 841mm × L 1189mm or W 33.1in × L 46.8in) and it is required to be in portrait orientation.
In addition to the poster itself, we require an accompanying abstract and a 2-page extended abstract explaining the work presented in the poster. We use these as aids in reviewing the posters. We also use the former as a blurb for the poster on the conference website.
The option to pre-submit with just an abstract is available.
Please note that neither the posters nor abstracts are featured in ETAPS proceedings.
In case of questions email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We made a checklist to help you to prepare for presenting at the ETAPS 2019 poster session. Please make sure you check off points 1-4 before the conference.
Print out your poster in A0 format or smaller in portrait orientation. The dimensions of A0 are W 841mm × L 1189mm or W 33.1in × L 46.8in. Note that we will not print posters at the conference venue (we do not have the facilities to do so).
Please write your name and your contact information clearly on the back of the poster. Do this twice: once on the top of the poster, once on the bottom of the poster. Make sure the name is clearly visible when the poster is rolled up.
Please give your poster to the student volunteers at the registration desk on Monday morning so that we can set it up for you.
If you wish to set up your poster yourself, please arrive 15 minutes before the poster session and present yourself to myself or the student volunteers present in the room.
If you cannot bring your poster personally, you can send it to the venue in advance by mail.
Ensure that at least one author remains close to the poster for the entirety of the poster session.
If you wish to keep your poster after the session, you can take your poster with you at the end of poster session. Posters can also be picked up from the registration desk the next day.
If you have questions or requests, don’t hesitate to contact us.