Student Poster Competition @UNITE2019
Deadline for entries: 25 July 2019
Who is it for?
The competition is for both undergraduate and postgraduate students that would like to showcase their research to the IEEE community. It is organised by the IEEE NSW Education Chapter.
The competition gives students exposure to a diverse community providing an opportunity to share your ideas, receive feedback from members, promote collaboration opportunities and most importantly if you win gain recognition and evidence of your capability
What is the prize?
The winners will receive a 'best poster ' certificate in each category
Overall best poster will win a Koala Breakfast for two people (valued at $120)
What poster size?
The poster should be A1 in size and portrait is preferred.
How to enter?
There will be two categories in the competition: Under-graduate (UG) and Post-graduate (PG). Students need to follow the below mentioned steps to participate in the competition:
Step 1: Register for the competition using the following link: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/200201
Step 2: Send a softcopy of the poster (in PDF) to by 25th July 2019. A confirmation email will be sent as an acknowledgement. Students need to clearly indicate "UG"/"PG" at the bottom right corner of their poster. To ensure a blind review process, students are requested not to mention the name of their universities in the softcopy version of the poster.
Step 3: Shortlisted posters will be notified by 2nd August. The selected posters will be printed by the organizing committee. Selected students only need to attend and present their posters at UNITE 2019 (on 9th August, 6:30pm-7:30pm, Mercure Sydney).
Step 4: Outcome of the competition will be announced at UNITE 2019 after the poster session.