Student Poster Competition

The ICES Student Poster Competition is a program aimed at stimulating student participation and provides an excellent forum for students to present their work in an informal and interactive setting. Posters are ideal for presenting an introduction to early research, initial proof of concept studies, or late-breaking results. 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 based on technical rigor, poster format, and the student’s ability to convey the poster content to the judges through an oral presentation. University/college students are invited to submit abstracts on their proposed poster in accordance with the procedures described below. The student’s abstract and poster should be relevant to ICES; that is, they should follow the same theme of the general conference.  Note that a poster submission may not duplicate a paper submission / podium presentation.

Congrats to the 2022 Winner!

ICES 2022 Student Poster Competition - 1st Place

Shruti Choudhary, Tandeep Chadha, Jiaxi Fang, Marit Meyer, Paul Mudgett and Pratim Biswas (University of Miami)

“Multi-Wavelength Multi-Angle Technique: An approach for particle characterization”

Accepting Poster Abstracts

01 February - 07 April 2023

Instructions

  1. Access Easy Chair for ICES 2023
  2. Log in or create an account
  3. Click on “Submissions” in top menu
  4. Click on “Add a submission” in upper right corner
  5. Select Track ICES800: Student Poster Abstracts
  6. Follow all remaining steps in Easy Chair to complete the Author Information, as well as the Title & Abstract sections
  7. Designate at least one author as the corresponding author – this is the person to receive all communications regarding the poster submission

For Questions contact...

Morgan Abney

ICES 2023 Student Poster Chair

Authors will be notified of poster abstract acceptance

NO LATER THAN Friday, 07 April 2023 

  • All poster participants will be required to purchase a discounted Student Registration 
  • Formal presentations of each poster will occur on Monday afternoon in front of a panel of judges selected from conference attendees that are industry professionals from the ICES community
  • Students are expected to attend the Student Poster Reception on Monday evening to share their research with other conference attendees  
  • Monetary awards will be given at the ICES Awards Banquet for the top 3 posters. Each poster entry will receive 1(one) complimentary ticket to Wednesday night’s banquet