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Chair: Laurie Williams, North Carolina State University, posters@oopsla.acm.org

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Overview
The OOPSLA Posters provide an excellent forum for authors to present their work in an informal and interactive setting. Posters are ideal for presenting speculative, late-breaking results or for giving an introduction to interesting, innovative work. Posters are highly visual and interactive. They are intended to provide authors and interested participants with the ability to connect with each other and to engage in discussions about the work. Posters provide authors with a unique opportunity to make their work highly visible during the conference. Therefore, authors of other OOPSLA technical submissions are encouraged to also submit a poster about their work.

Successful posters are carefully designed to convey technical details. They should also have a strong visual impact that attracts the attention of attendees as they stroll past the displays, either during the interactive poster session or at other times during the conference. The goal is to develop a poster that encourages and facilitates small groups of individuals interested in a technical area to gather and interact. The interactive poster session is held early in the conference, to promote continued discussion among interested parties.

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Important Dates
To be included in the final program and in the Conference Companion, poster proposals must be submitted no later than July 19, 2002, but earlier is better.
Acceptance and rejection notifications will be e-mailed by August 2, 2002.

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Submission Process
All Poster proposals are to be submitted using the OOPSLA 2002 online submission system. Paper and fax submissions will not be accepted. The extended abstract will be entered directly online. The poster itself or the preliminary graphic layout must be submitted as a PDF or PostScript file.

  • A Poster proposal consists of:
    • a 50 word or less short abstract that summarizes the content of the poster
    • a set of keywords describing the technical area of the work
    • a two-page extended abstract, suitable for inclusion in the OOPSLA 2002 Conference Companion. All extracts must adhere to the OOPSLA Companion format
    • the poster itself, or a preliminary graphic layout of the poster (please review the poster content guidelines)
    • a signed ACM Permission to Publish form faxed to Laurie Williams at 919-513-1895
  • The preliminary graphic layout should consist of 1 to 3 pages that sketch the layout for an 8 feet (wide) by 4 feet (high) bulletin board. Please use 10 point or larger font in the preliminary layout, and 12 point or larger in the final poster, so that it is readable.
  • Once you have submitted your proposal through the online submission system, you will receive confirmation by e-mail that your proposal has been received and is complete.
  • Proposals may be modified online up until the submission deadline.

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Submission Guidelines
Posters cover the same interest areas as the Technical Papers, Panels and Practitioner's Reports. We also particularly encourage submissions in the following areas:

  • Demonstrations: Conference participants who are giving technology demonstrations should also consider presenting posters that contain overviews of their demonstrations, both to attract additional attendance at demonstrations and to increase the visibility of their tools.
  • Open Source Tools and Technologies: Technology providers can showcase their tools and technologies with posters.
  • PhD Topics: The poster session provides graduate students with an outstanding forum in which to present and discuss their PhD work.
  • Research and Project Overview: Research laboratories and projects can introduce themselves and their key efforts to the community by presenting posters.
  • Workshops: Workshop organizers and/or attendees may present posters that summarize results from OOPSLA 2002 workshops. The poster session provides workshop participants a means of communicating their key results to the rest of the community.
  • Technical Papers, Practitioner's Reports and Panels: Authors of work that is presented in the OOPSLA technical program can obtain even more benefit by presenting their work in a poster as well. The poster session provides them the opportunity to engage in more personal one-on-one discussions. Panel chairs and/or panelists can summarize panelist positions and key issues in a poster.
  • Key Theme Areas: To allow OOPSLA participants to obtain a quick introduction to work in some key topics in object-oriented software engineering, we specifically seek contributions in the following areas:
    • Agile software development
    • Web engineering practices and methodologies
    • Java tools, compilers and technologies
    • UML tools, technologies, and methodologies
    • XML tools, technologies, and methodologies

    Suggestions for other key topic areas are also encouraged.

Poster authors are required to attend the scheduled interactive poster session, staying with their poster so that they can discuss their work with conference attendees. Some poster authors also post an informal schedule along with their poster, listing times when they plan to be available for discussion later on during the conference. Others leave sign-up sheets for interested viewers to obtain further information. All posters will have an associated "message board," on which viewers can post comments, ideas, and questions and on which poster authors will be able to post responses.

Posters are advertised in the Final Program, and authors' two-page extended abstracts will appear in the OOPSLA 2002 Conference Companion, which will be distributed at OOPSLA 2002. Attendees will be able to learn more about individual posters before or after visiting the exhibit. On-line discussion groups will also be made available, so that participants may engage in in-depth discussions both before and after the conference.

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For More Information
For additional information, clarification, or questions please contact the Posters Chair, Laurie Williams, at posters@oopsla.acm.org

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