varia at bu.edu
Tue Sep 27 12:31:26 EDT 2016
Two more comments about the posters. First, please send me your poster
title by the end of the day today, if you haven't already.
Second (and perhaps most importantly), I forgot to explain the
context/purpose of the poster session. In addition to wanting to learn
about your research, the panelists will probably ask you about your work's
relationship to the overall MACS project: why your work benefits/is
benefited by the MACS project. As such, please make sure to highlight any
of the following characteristics that apply to your work:
- Collaboration across disciplines, universities, or involving multiple
MACS faculty <http://www.bu.edu/macs/people/> and/or their students.
- Transition of research concepts into practice, especially on the MOC or
other cloud environments.
- Composability of your work with other efforts, especially those at
different layers of the computing stack.
On Tue, Sep 27, 2016 at 7:18 AM Mayank Varia <varia at bu.edu> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> Thanks for agreeing to present a poster at the MACS site visit next week!
> A few logistics for you all.
> 1. I'm attaching a poster template to this email. It would be nice if
> all of our posters have the same look to the header material. Feel free to
> put anything you want in the body of the poster though, and you may alter
> the template there any way you want (e.g., if you prefer a 3-pane setup
> 2. We will have easels, pushpins, etc set up. So, don't worry about
> any of that.
> 3. Your poster should be 3 feet wide by 2 feet tall. (We're not sure
> if anything bigger will fit on our easels, so just playing it safe.)
> 4. If you prepare a poster before 4pm on Friday 9/30 and email it to
> Susan and me, we will have it printed at Kinkos and we will bring it to the
> event ourselves. Otherwise, you will have to print it and bring it
> yourself. (Save your receipts; I'll do my best to get everyone reimbursed.)
> 5. The poster session itself is 12pm to 1:30pm on Thursday, October 6
> (you may want to come a few minutes early to set up, and you can take a few
> minutes afterward to take down your poster). It is at the Castle at BU,
> located at 225 Bay State Road (not far from the BU East stop on the green
> line). Lunch is provided!
> 6. Here is a list of external panelists who will be viewing your
> posters and also asking you questions in general about your experiences on
> MACS: Patrick Schaumont (Virginia Tech), Aditya Akella (U. Wisconsin),
> Brian LaMacchia (MSR), Dave Evans (UVA), Carl Gunter (UIUC), Robert van
> Renesse (Cornell), and Chris Peikert (U. Michigan). If you know any of
> these people and think that they will ask a particular question, feel free
> to personalize your poster toward them accordingly.
> Thanks once again for all your help! Feel free to email me with any
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