UBICOMP 2002 Posters Information

Due Date: July 1, 2002

You have reached the Posters information page for the 4th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UBICOMP 2002).
We invite researchers, especially students, to submit posters that describe current work related to ubiquitous computing. Posters offer the opportunity to present preliminary or controversial results in an informal setting. The posters will be presented throughout the main conference and a 2-page extended abstract will appear in the conference adjunct publications. Submissions will be reviewed with the goal of creating a poster program that represents the breadth of disciplines and diversity of methods in ubiquitous computing research.

To submit a poster, please do the following:

Prepare a two-page extended abstract using the the ACM CHI Publications Format. Include title, author information, abstract, keywords, body, and references. Please describe the problem, your approach, and the significance of your results. Click here for an example of the suggested format, in PDF (from CHI'99).

Also prepare a one-page diagram showing the proposed layout of the poster presentation. The diagram should outline the graphical elements of the poster; the full text is not needed, but a short description of the textual contents should be given. The poster diagram will not be included in the proceedings but will help the poster committee in the selection process.

For the conference you need to bring the final poster in full size. Each poster will have a display space approximately 1 meter wide and 2 meters high. Power outlets, audiovisual and computing equipment will not be supplied. The number of posters that are accepted for the conference will be limited by available space.

Please make sure to review the instructions provided in the Call for Participation in preparing your submission. Your submission should be a single PDF file (3 pages total) that includes the following:

Please use the UbiComp 2002 Posters Submission page when submitting your work.

Thank you and send e-mail to me if you have any questions and/or concerns.

Peter Ljungstrand,
Poster Committee Chair, UBICOMP 2002