Technical posters are sought for the upcoming SIAM International Meshing Roundtable Workshop 2022.
Poster topics include meshing algorithms, mesh modelling, geometry processing, mesh visualisation and mesh adaption for numerical simulations. Posters are typically of the following types:
Research posters illustrate state-of-the-art techniques. Posters of preliminary results that spur dialogue are encouraged. Poster that augment papers, short courses, and invited talks are also encouraged. For example, a poster might elaborate on a particular technical aspect of a paper or describe the research of other people on the same project.
Technical posters should feature a process that is impressive, e.g., in terms of its generality, run time, memory use, or automation. Posters in this category should contain significant technical details, not just pictures.
Poster session details
Accepted posters will be displayed on the IMR Conference Teams page in a virtual
gallery. Presenters will give a one-minute video presentation with a voice-over
advertising their poster using a single slide in
.mp4 format. Afterwards,
attendees will be encouraged to visit the virtual gallery hosting the posters
and discuss the details with the presenter in a breakout chat room. The
attendees will be invited to vote on the best poster. To participate in the
poster session one must register and attend the conference.
Posters must be provided in an A0
- Participant(s) name(s)
Note that deadlines are all 11:59 pm Mountain Daylight Time (UTC-6 hours).
- Send note of commitment to the posters chair: December 1, 2021.
- Poster session submission deadline:
January 7, 2022, extended to January 14, 2022.
- Poster session notification:
January 21, 2022, extended to January 28, 2022.
Please email your note of commitment by December 1, 2021 to the posters chair, Jonathan Makem.
Please upload a zipped (
gz format) copy of your poster
.ppt slide by January 14, 2022 to the submission
For any question concerning poster submissions please contact the posters chair:
- Jonathan Makem, Posters Chair