Participant Portal for PhD Forum Program Details & Schedule
PhD Forum Co-Chairs
Luc Bougé, ENS Cachan, France
Bo Hong, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
PhD Student Author Program for 2014
The annual IPDPS PhD Forum event will continue with the traditional poster presentations by students working toward a PhD in broadly defined areas related to parallel and distributed processing. However, at IPDPS 2014, we will have a broader, enhanced program to include several evening and lunch-time sessions to provide the PhD Forum student participants coaching in scientific writing and presentation skills and to give them an opportunity to hear from and interact with senior researchers attending the conference.
PhD Forum Posters
Fifty-one students have been selected to display a poster describing their dissertation research and to participate in the three-day student program. The posters in the list available here have been numbered for easy reference.
Research Projects-Dissertations of PhD Forum Participants - Download PDF
- PhD Forum Posters on display all day Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
- Student presenters available during all breaks and Wednesday evening reception
Information for PhD Forum Poster Presenters
The conference area for display of posters will be available Monday evening. All posters should be on display by 9:30 AM on Tuesday, May 20th. They will be in a room that is next to registration and the lobby area where all of the breaks will be held. They will remain there until Thursday. The area of the board for mounting your poster will be 4 ft high x 8 ft wide.
Authors should expect to be standing by their posters during the breaks and then during the hour preceding the banquet on Wednesday evening. The pre-banquet reception will be held in the lobby area right outside the poster room, so attendees may circulate through the room to view posters. Presenters need to be prepared to discuss research and development with the attendees.
The posters should be 32x40 inches (or 80x100cm). Student presenters are warmly encouraged to prepare professional rolled up posters, in contrast with a mosaic of small slides to post. The poster should preferably be printed with a high-quality device. The location for hanging the poster will be numbered using your PhD poster number in the program. Push pins will be provided for mounting your poster. There are onsite printing facilities and information regarding their capability and pricing will be sent to poster presenters. Additional guidelines are available here.