Display Area

Student poster session will take place in the conference building hall. The organization will provide a display board for each poster with specifications as follow. Posters will be attached to display boards using pins, which will be provided on-site.

Display boards have an available area of:
           150 cm high * 180 cm wide (about 5 * 6 feet)
The recommended format/size for posters is A0 type:
           84 cm high * 119 cm wide (about 3 * 4 feet)
Posters should not exceed:
           105 cm high * 135 cm wide (about 3.5 * 4.5 feet)

 


 

Student Poster Plenary Session

Students posters will have 2 minutes (YES! Two minutes!) for presenting themselves and the title of the poster.

 


 

Student Poster Session Schedule

Tuesday, June 28th, 10:30 to 11:00 AM

Time for attaching posters: between 8.30 and 10.30 AM
Time for removing posters: before 12.20 PM
SP-01 Hacking as a Form of "Self-Improvement" Eric Clark
SP-02 A Personalized Visualization Tool for Geo-referenced Information Sérgio Freitas, Maria Beatriz Carmo & Ana Paula Afonso
SP-03 MIG21 API - Multimedia Interactive Groups API Luís Soares
SP-04 BRaiN Research Network Ricardo Pisa, Vaco Ferreira, Elisabete Jesus & Bruno Carlos
SP-05 Ethical Engagement with Data Collection Efforts Related to Fighting Terrorists and Terrorism in the Context of Recent Events William Pohlhaus
SP-06 A Platform for the Generation of Virtual Environments Inhabited by Intelligent Virtual Humans Miguel Silvestre & Maria Pinto-Albuquerque
SP-07 Taking the Bus in the Information Highway System Duarte Alvim
SP-08 The MulE Game Engine - Extending Online Role-Playing Games Pedro Assunção, Luís Soares, João Luz & Ricardo Viegas
SP-09 MindMapX Leon Davis
SP-10 Traditional and More "Exotic" .NET Languages:VB .NET, J#, C# and SML .NET* Viktor Geller
SP-11 SoundSpaces - Behavior Based Control System for Multimedia Systems Raquel Gomes, Ricardo Seabra, João Ventura & Nuno Guedes
SP-12 User Interface Considerations for Older Users John Gould & Matthew Schaefer
SP-13 Evolution Lab - The Flexible User Friendl Robot Research Tool Thomas Larkworthy
SP-14 [4]cite Richard Lawrence
SP-15 Understanding Disciplinary Differences: a insight into selecting effective e-learning approaches Ilaria Liccardi
SP-16 Why use an Open Source E-Voting System? Joana Matos Penha-Lopes
SP-17 Reusable Learning Objects: Theory to Practice Antonio Vinha
SP-18 Toward a Useful Synthesis of Views on Ethical Behavior for Computer Professionals in an Interdisciplinary Environment David Walls