Friday, February 23, 2007

IUG 2007 Call for Poster Sessions (Deadline, Friday March 2, 2007)

IUG 2007 Call for Poster Sessions (Deadline, Friday March 2, 2007)
IUG 2007, San Jose, California
May 15-17, 2007 (Pre-conference – May 14th)
Poster Sessions Non-Compete Time, Tuesday May 15th, 2007, 11-12noon after the
opening session.

The IUG 2007 Program Committee is happy to announce a Call for Posters for the upcoming meeting in San Jose, May 14th – 17th, 2007.

The IUG 2007 Program Committee seeks IUG members to prepare a poster sessions for a project, resource, workflow, tutorial, practice (well, just about anything), that will illustrate effective or creative ways that we have used the Innovative System. There will be non-compete time for poster sessions immediately following the opening session and the poster should remain up through the rest of the conference (although you will not be required to stand by the poster after the non-compete time). During the initial period, it is hoped that you would be able to stand by your poster and provide brief summaries of your project as people visit.

If you would like to prepare a poster for IUG 2007, please use this web form to submit your entry:

This will be reviewed by the Program Committee and we will be contacting you by March 9th about having the poster included in the conference.

Please fill out the above web form with your poster session information. Also, given the tight schedule, we will be using the submitted information for the printed program. You can also submit up to five additional people who worked on the project with you.

Information on the poster sessions will be posted soon. The most important thing to remember is that the boards that we are using for posters will provide you with a 4' x 8' space, but does not include a table this year.

On behalf of the IUG program and steering committees, thanks for submitting this proposal for IUG 2007 Poster Sessions.


Janette Hansen (Mount Hood Community College), 2007 Poster Session Coordinator

Nancy Fleck (Michigan State University), 2007 Program Committee Chair

Corey Seeman (University of Michigan), IUG Chair, 2006-2007 & Professional Gadfly