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Student Poster Solicitation

The SenSys'03 conference solicits posters that highlight recent and on-going research by students. The poster session will provide a great chance for students to obtain feedback on ongoing research from knowledgable conference attendees. Areas of interest are the same as those listed on the technical call for papers. While the poster need not describe completed work, it should report on research for which at least preliminary results are available. The first author of a poster submission must be a student.

Poster proposals must be submitted as a single pdf file with no more than 3 pages. The first one or two pages should contain an abstract describing the research content of the poster, along with title, authors, institutional affiliations and contact information. The last page must contain a thumbnail draft of the poster's contents.

The deadline for poster submissions is July 11, 2003. Submissions will be reviewed, and authors will be notified of acceptance by July 29. Poster abstracts will appear in the conference proceedings.

Please submit your poster proposal pdf file as an email attachment to sensys03-poster-chairs@isi.edu, with the subject line reading "Sensys Poster Submission" before the deadline. Any questions to the Student Poster Co-chairs Bhaskar Krishnamachari (USC) and Sylvia Ratnasamy (Intel Research) may also be directed to this address.

Basic Information about Posters

If your poster proposal is accepted, you will have a chance to present it to interested attendees during the poster session at the conference. A poster is an approximately 30" by 40" rectangular board on which you can put text and figures describing your research. You may choose to print out several sheets of papers, or a single large poster paper (these can be printed, for example, from powerpoint files through document companies).