>All participants need to register by sending poster to email@example.com and bring poster during the conference dates 13-14 November 2019 as per specifications mention below.
> Kindly make Payorder of PKR 2000 in name of PAF KIET (NTN # 3288838-4) and forward it through courier to:
Name: Mr Aatif Shahbaz
Department: College of Engineering
Address: PAF-KIET, PAF Base Korangi Creek, Karachi PAF-KIET
A scanned copy of the payorder Receipt must be sent on email to:
>All registered participants will be given participation certificates and top three ranking posters will be given additional achievement certificates and cash prizes.
Poster CriteriaPosters would be scored/evaluated using following criteria
I. Quality of the work (research, idea, methodology)
II. Technical Design (Layout, circuit diagrams, block diagrams, illustration, flow diagram, etc.)
III. Poster presentation (Layout, clarity, organized, well defined charts)
IV. Originality (own work, own contribution, own idea)
V. Feasibility (impact on people/society/industry/environment, scope, practicality)
VI. Technical contribution
Checklist for preparing and presenting an effective research posterI. Design poster to focus clearly on your work. If it is something rare, a brief introduction will be helpful but should be very small portion of your poster so you can emphasize on your work.
II. Design questions to meet their interests and expected applications of your work.
III. Paraphrase descriptions of complex things.
IV. Spell out acronyms if used.
V. Replace large detailed tables with charts or small, simplified tables, or pictures.
VI. Accompany tables or charts with bulleted annotations of major findings
Layout & formatI. Organize the poster into background, data and methods, results, and study implications.
II. Divide the material into sections on the poster. Arrows may help to guide the flow.
III. Headings and other text having the same level of importance should be the same font size.
IV. Avoid excessive text. (Poster should have roughly 30% text, 40% figures, 30% space)
V. Leave breathing space around your text.
VI. Do not use a different font type to highlight important points - otherwise the fluency and flow of your sentence can appear disrupted.
VII. Do not use all UPPER CASE type in your posters. It can make the material difficult to read.
VIII. Use the bold face or italics or combinations to emphasize words and phrases.
IX. The poster should be of no larger than 48”x60”.
X. Poster should be on self supported standee. Standee and poster is the responsibility of the participant.
Narrative Description (not compulsory but may help)I. Rehearse a three to four sentence overview of your research objectives and work.
II. Write short modular descriptions of specific elements of the poster to choose among in response to viewer's questions.
II. Summary of key elements and gaps in existing work
III. Application, working, Data and methods
IV. Each table, chart, or set of bulleted results
VI. Research, policy, and practice implications
III. Write a few questions to ask viewers.
I. Solicit their input on your work
II. Develop additional questions for later work
Handouts (not compulsory but may help)I. Prepare handouts to distribute to interested viewers.
II. Print slides from presentation software, several to a page.
III. Or package an executive summary or abstract with a few key tables or charts.
IV. Include abstract and contact information.
V. Your resume as many people from industry may be interested in you.
Important dates for poster symposiumPoster Softcopy submission
30 Oct 2019
Poster submission and placement by hand (Hard Copy)
13-14 Nov 2019