29 July 2015
29 July 2015
This is an invitation to IAAC’s fifth poster display, a highlight of the IAAC Annual Symposium on Wednesday 9 September at the BT Centre Auditorium, London EC1A 7AJ (adjacent to St Paul’s Underground Station).
The IAAC Symposium is an excellent opportunity for you to show your lines of research to an audience of senior government and private sector people. BT Auditorium is a superb conference venue and highly conducive to networking and informal discussions. We are very grateful to BT for enabling us to use this facility.
An award will be made to the best poster display.
Procedure and terms are as follows:
- Poster must be A0 or A1 Portrait
- Must use IAAC template
- Header must be the title and owner/author
- Footer is mandatory
- Boxes/layout may be changed as required
- No IAAC charge to owners/authors except for the £49 Symposium attendance fee. (Fee will be waived for the first 10 posters accepted from full time students)
- Research subjects
- Academic or professional development opportunities
- Case studies (suitably anonymised)
- Blue-sky thinking, innovation
- Product or services marketing
- Product or services placement
(Some discretion allowed for placement if essential to support otherwise acceptable poster theme)
Submission process & timing
Expressions of interest must be received at firstname.lastname@example.org by 8am Monday 3 August.
Successful applicants notified by IAAC by Friday 7 August.
Poster submitted to email@example.com in PDF format by 8am Monday 24 August.
IAAC approval given by Monday 31 August latest, (hopefully much earlier and very soon after submission).
Deliver posters to BT Centre Auditorium, London EC1A 7AJ by 8:00am Wednesday 9 September.
Posters will be displayed throughout the Symposium on 9 September from 8:30am to 6:00pm Authors/owners are recommended to stand with their posters for much of the time to benefit from networking interest.
IAAC will select a few distinguished attendees to judge the posters during the morning coffee and lunchtime networking breaks. They will rate posters on scale of 1 – 5 (best) for all of three features: content, appearance and presentation. The award will be made at the end of the Symposium.