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Poster Presenter Instructions

A new feature for ICRA this year will be a Late Breaking Results Poster Session in which researchers have an opportunity to present recent results. Posters in the Late Breaking Results Session are not peer-reviewed and do not count as publications. Indeed, this session is ideal for researchers to get feedback on their work prior to submitting it for formal publication.

The session will be held from 16:15-17:45 on Thursday May 28 in the Exhibits Hall, WSCC 4B. The session should attract a large number of conference attendees because there will be no technical sessions going on at that time and a hearty afternoon snack will be served during the entire duration of the poster session in the Exhibits Hall.

At least one of the authors of each accepted poster is required to be present at the poster during the entire poster session.

Posters will be displayed on poster display boards that are distributed in the exhibits hall. Each poster display board is 4 feet tall x 8 feet wide (see image below), and TWO posters will be displayed on each side (a total of 4 on each poster display board). Hence, each poster will be allocated a space of 4'x4'. However, to allow space for the poster number and for some separation between posters, is recommended that your poster be a bit smaller than that.

Posters will be assigned positions on the poster display boards according to their poster number. The poster number can be found in the conference program, e.g., x is the poster number for the poster labeled as ThPosterSession.x. You should put your poster on poster display board with your number.

You are responsible for printing and for setting up and taking down your poster. Posters can be affixed to the poster boards with tape or pins, which will be provided. The poster display boards will be set up by 15:00 (3:00pm) on Thursday (and you should set your poster up no later then 16:00. The poster display boards will be taken down immediately after the poster session concludes at 17:45 (5:45pm) so you need to take your poster with you when you leave.

The poster abstract that you submitted are not peer-reviewed and they will not be archived in IEEE Explore. However, they will be available to conference participants though the conference application.