AHPCRC Poster Competition

AHPCRC Student Poster Competition
UPDATE: Please click here to see poster presenting instructions. 
*Read the information below; then click here to submit your poster abstract. NOTE: A poster is not due at this time; only the information requested in the online form.
USNCCM12 is pleased to announce the Army High Performance Computing Research Center Student Poster Session.  Interested graduate and undergraduate students in various fields associated with computational mechanics such as engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, nanosciences, and allied disciplines are invited to present a poster in the competition. This is an excellent opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students to meet with, learn from, and discuss their research work with world leaders from a variety of fields
Please note that post-doctoral fellows may submit a poster, but are not eligible for the competition.
To enter the poster competition, the presenting author must be a full-time graduate or undergraduate student who has made a substantial contribution to the presented work. In addition to the poster competition, students may submit an abstract to present a talk in an appropriate minisymposium, giving them further visibility at the congress. Students who are part of the poster competition will be eligible to apply for a travel award to support their participation.
Several best-poster awards are planned to be given at the congress. The poster competition will be judged by a panel of 3-5 expert scientists from academia, government, and/or industry with $500 honorarium as well as commemorative plaques awarded to selected outstanding posters.
Submission for the poster competition is now open and the deadline to submit has been extended to March 31. Questions regarding the student poster competition may be directed to Dr. Wilkins Aquino at wilkins.aquino@duke.edu.  You may also check the FAQ section on this website.
We wish to thank AHPCRC for the generous support of the poster competition and travel awards.