The i-Society 2018 encourages the submission of poster or demo proposals. All the accepted posters and demos will be included in the conference proceedings.

Important Dates

Poster / Demo Proposal Submission May 20, 2018
Notification of Poster / Demo Acceptance May 30, 2018

Registration

  • There is a maximum of one poster per presenting author.
  • Please visit the i-Society 2018 website for registration information.

Poster Presentations

  • You must submit a 250 word poster abstract that will be included in the electronic conference proceedings by May 20, 2018.
  • The poster can be presented either in Microsoft Power Point (not more than 20 slides) or as A0 paper size (1189 x 841 mm).
  • The authors must prepare 20 minutes Power Point presentations. The presentations will be scheduled along with other papers presentations within the sessions.
  • Please submit, the final version of your poster to posters@i-society.eu. [If two PDF files are being submitted, please submit a single ZIP or Tar-gzipped file].
  • The poster presentations will run throughout the duration of the conference. The conference will provide the following:
    • A 6 foot by 18 inch table, a chair, Poster Easel/Board (4 feet by 8 feet), 22 inch by 28 inch foam board on which the presenters can stand, and Wireless Network Connectivity.
    • The conference will provide 220V power outlets. Demo presenters are responsible for getting their needed voltage conversion adapters, network hubs, etc.
    • The demo teams are responsible for bringing any needed equipment to the conference.

Demo Presentations

  • An updated demo summary (PDF format) in a two-column conference format, up to 3 pages long may be submitted directly to demo@i-society.eu. The summary will be made available via i-Society web page. The demo teams are responsible for bringing any needed equipment to the conference.
  • The demo teams are responsible for bringing any needed equipment to the conference.

Note:

The i-Society 2018 do not have facility for authors to prepare their posters on site, so it is the responsibility of the presenters to prepare their posters before arriving at the conference venue.