Track Coordinators: Xi Chen, Virginia Tech and Susan Hunter, Purdue University
The Poster Sessions offers a timely venue to present and discuss new modeling and simulation research through a forum encouraging graphical presentation, demonstration, and active engagement among Winter Simulation Conference participants.
The Poster Sessions are planned for Sunday, December 11, 2016, in the mid-afternoon and early evening. Please note that this is a day earlier than the poster session time than in the previous WSC. Poster sessions will include a poster madness session, followed by a display of the posters.
Poster presenters will submit an abstract and a 2-page extended abstract describing their work for consideration via the WSC submission site. Templates and instructions for authors for the extended abstracts are available in the WSC Author Kit. Additional information regarding the presentation format will be sent to accepted presenters after the decisions are made.
Students who showcase their work as a poster in regular WSC poster sessions are not eligible to participate in PhD Colloquium (and vice versa). Hence, one should select to participate in either the regular poster session or the Colloquium (not both).
August 15, 2016: Deadline for 2-page extended abstract submission
September 19, 2016: Notification of authors, (incl. details about submitting slides, and formats of the posters)
October 3, 2016: Final extended abstracts due
October 24, 2016: Slides for the poster madness due
December 11, 2016: Bring your poster to the WSC 2016 and present it
Poster preparation guidelines
Please bring a standard A0 size poster, or sheets which can be assembled to be that size or smaller. Your poster should cover the main points of your work and be as self-explanatory as possible.
Poster Madness slide preparation guidelines
Each presenter will have a maximum of 2 minutes and up to 4 slides (including a title slide) to present their work. Please prepare a maximum of four slides in .pdf format. (Power point slides should be printed to .pdf.) Other file formats will not be accepted – these files will be appended into one long .pdf file for smooth transitions.