Student Poster Competition
The ICES poster session is a program targeted to stimulate the participation of students and provide an excellent forum for students to present their work in an informal and interactive setting. Posters are ideal for presenting speculative or late-breaking results, or for giving an introduction to interesting, innovative work. Posters are intended to provide students and ICES participants with the ability to connect with one another and discuss the work presented. Each poster will be judged on both the format of the poster and the student’s ability to convey the poster content to the judges. Each participating student will receive a ticket to Wednesday night’s banquet. University/college students are invited to submit abstracts on their proposed poster by 20 June 2012 per the abstract submittal procedures described to the left. The student’s abstract and poster should be pertinent to ICES; that is, they should follow the same theme of the general conference, focusing on humans living and working in hostile environments with applications inside or outside of terrestrial or outer space habitats or vehicles.
Abstracts of approximately 300 words must include poster title, author name(s), mailing and e-mail addresses, phone and fax numbers, and university or college. The first author and the presenting author of the poster must be students. Abstracts must not be more than one page in length and must be double-spaced. Adherence to this format is required. Abstracts that do not adhere to this format will be rejected. Poster abstracts should be e-mailed as an attachment to Chang Son by 20 June 2012. Authors will be notified of poster presentation acceptance by 27 June 2012. For questions on the student poster competition,
please contact Chang Son.