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OKLAHOMA SUPERCOMPUTING SYMPOSIUM 2018



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GUIDELINES FOR PRESENTERS

Posters and talks should be about research and/or education projects that involve one or more of:

  • High Performance Computing
  • High Throughput Computing
  • High Performance Networking
  • Computational and Data-Enabled Science & Engineering (including computational research in every field of engineering, physical science, life science/biomedical, mathematics, social science, business, humanities and the arts)
  • Grid/Utility/Cloud Computing
  • Scientific Visualization
  • Data Mining/Data Analytics
  • Large Scale Storage and/or Data Collections
  • Data Stewardship/Curation
  • Cyber-enabled Sensor Networks
  • Cyber-enabled Shared Instruments
  • Cyberinfrastructure Education
  • Other relevant topic areas

Each talk or poster should focus, at least in part, on these aspects of the project. Ideally, if possible, it should be easily understood by a person who is reasonably sophisticated about science, engineering and/or mathematics, somewhat knowledgeable about computing, but largely ignorant about the topic (and even the discipline).


GUIDELINES FOR POSTERS

Each poster should be at most 4 feet wide by 3 feet high. The poster can be either a single large piece of paper, or multiple pieces of paper (for example, printed PowerPoint slides). We will provide bulletin board space, and also plenty of pushpins.


GUIDELINES FOR ALL TALKS

Presentation technologies such as PowerPoint or PDF are encouraged.

LCD/DLP projectors will be provided. Laptops can be provided if necessary, but speakers are encouraged to bring their own.

An overhead projector can be provided on request, but please alert us by no later than Wednesday September 14 2018.

Please also e-mail a copy of your slides to hneeman@ou.edu, and/or provide it on a memory stick at the Symposium.


GUIDELINES FOR PLENARY/KEYNOTE TALKS

Plenary and keynote talks vary between 30 and 60 minutes long, including questions. Please check the agenda page for details.

Plenary and keynote speakers are encouraged to cover material relevant to a mixed audience, varying from absolute novices to experts, and to target the lower middle of this group.


GUIDELINES FOR BREAKOUT TALKS

Breakout talks should be approximately 25 minutes long, plus approximately 5 minutes for questions (30 minutes total).

Each 30 minute breakout session will be followed by a 5 to 10 minute interval for attendees to change rooms.


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