EXPEDITIONS IN COMPUTING PI MEETING: 15 MAY 2013 PRESENTATIONS
Next-Generation Model Checking & Abstract Interpretation with a Focus on Embedded Control & Systems Biology (PI Edmund Clarke, CMU)
Computaional Sustainability: Computational Methods for a Sustainable Environment, Economy, and Society (PI Carla Gomes, Cornell). Coming soon
Computational Behavioral Science: Modeling, Analysis, & Visualization of Social & Communicative Behavior (PI James Rehg, Ga Tech). Coming soon
1. Use template provided. Include your project logo on this poster, if possible, preceding the project title.
2. All posters should be 3 x 4 ft.
3. Reprographics and mounting will be done at FedEx Kinkos in Arlington, VA.
4. At least 5 days in advance of the meeting, send your poster to Kinkos as an email attachment. Kinkos has requested that the poster be
transmitted as a pdf file. In your email, identify your organization and yourself as the point of contact, and indicate that the poster
is for the NSF Expeditions PI Meeting.
5. Each organization will be invoiced separately. Sometime on the 14th or early on the 15th, a designated person from each organization
will need to visit Kinkos and pay for their poster. Kinkos has agreed to hold onto all posters and then deliver them in bulk to NSF
on the afternoon of 15 May.
6. FedEx Kinkos (weekday hours 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.)
Point of contact: Patricia Anderson @ 703-875-8017
4501 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA, 22203
1. Use recommended PowerPoint template provided.
2. Important points to cover in your presentation:
Vision of research
Overview of project
Most significant contribution of your project so far
Achievements that would not have happened without the Expeditions award
3. Since each team will have only 20 minutes to present their project, it is important that you focus on these four specific points.