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The official Jupyter Conference
Aug 21-22, 2018: Training
Aug 22-24, 2018: Tutorials & Conference
New York, NY

Call for Posters

Call closed 11:59pm 08/03/2018 EDT.

Did you not have a chance to submit a talk to JupyterCon? Would you like to present work in progress for targeted feedback, that may not quite be ready for a full-length presentation? Do you have work targeted to a narrow audience but that could benefit from an in-person discussion? The JupyterCon Poster Session may be just the ticket for you to share your work with the rest of the community.

What is a Poster Session?

Our Poster Session provides an opportunity for you to present your Jupyter work and discuss it one-on-one with other conference participants. Posters proposal are still reviewed by the conference team, providing a complementary venue to the regular talks track.

Poster Sessions at JupyterCon will happen at the following time:

The posters will be presented during an evening session on Wednesday, August 22, 5:00–6:30 pm, in a friendly setting where attendees can mingle and visit your poster. We’re holding the Poster Session early in the conference so you’ll have a chance to follow up later on with attendees who may share interests with you. Accepted posters will receive a 40% discount on individual Gold, Silver and Bronze passes.

How do I lead a Poster Session?

You will be presenting your poster during the Wednesday evening session. Your poster should be installed before 5:00 pm; we will provide standard poster supplies (messaging boards and push-pins) for you, and specific instructions regarding the room location will be provided ahead of the conference.

If your poster is accepted, you should remain near your poster throughout the session (at least one member of your team should be available if you have multiple presenters). The poster area does not provide electric hookups, so you should rely on the poster itself to convey the main points, though you’re welcome to have a demo on a tablet to show live computations, if you desire (we don’t have tables for laptops in the area, so a tablet may be a better option).