Asia Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ASQED)

Poster Papers

Please note: Each ASQED paper needs a conference registration to be published. Authors, or at the minimum the author presenting each ASQED paper, must register before July 3 2015 to ensure publication of their papers in the proceedings and the IEEE digital library.

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Authors of poster papers should display their papers in the poster format. All posters will be displayed from 11:45am to 12:30noon on Tuesday Aug. 4 in parallel and in conjunction with the mixer/refreshments and exhibits. This provides a unique opportunity for these papers to be viewed by many of the conference & exhibit attendees. Please refer to the program for a complete list of poster papers. 

In general the Poster session papers are displayed simultaneously with authors standing next to their posters. The author should be prepared to give a short description of their work, if asked, and answer questions from those attending. The audience does not stay in one place, but is expected to walk from one poster to another, and talk to the authors about their work. Discussion is therefore one-on-one with the author rather than to a general audience. After orally presenting their papers, Authors of poster papers should go to their poster to answer any questions the attendees might have. Please contact your session chairs prior to July 3, 2015 and make sure they know who is presenting the paper and ask them any questions you might have.

In the Poster Session, the illustrations are mounted on a poster board which is then mounted on an easel. The illustrations may consist of equations, graphs, photographs, and short text bullets. Authors should prepare Illustrations for ease of viewing by persons who will typically stand or sit about two meters (six feet) from the display. The illustrations will be arranged and secured to poster board by the author prior to start of the session. The poster board is roughly 30" (wide)x40"(tall) and is made of heavy foam. (Note, authors are NOT expected to bring the poster board, these will be provided by ASQED at the conference). Only one poster board is allocated and allowed for each paper.

In general simply posting the pages of your written paper is not an effective Poster Paper Presentation. It is recommended to use the poster template provided here. It is helpful to also bring copies of the final version of your paper available for those viewers who may want to study aspects of your work in more detail. Additionally have your business cards available for those who may wish to contact you a later date and Bring along a tablet of blank paper that you may use for a discussion of technical details relating to your poster paper.

ASQED poster session chairs will be available during most of the poster session. For the location of the poster session and to obtain the display boards and tapes stop by the ASQED registration desk located at the venue.

More Guidelines for Preparing Posters:

  • The title of your paper should appear in block letters about 60~90 points. The remaining text should be at least 24~40 points to be easily legible to viewers who may stand as far as 2 meters (~6 ft) away.
  • Plan on having an Introduction/Outline and a Summary/Conclusion clearly shown on your board. Catch the attention of the attendee with bullet lists, charts, figures, tables, equations, and photographs as applicable to highlight the important technical content of your paper.
  • The use of color graphics, and headline style phrases in bullet charts will help the audience to quickly see the theme and your intended message.
  • It is a good idea to sequentially number your posted material, or use arrows to indicate the flow of material. This will indicate to the viewer a logical progression through your presentation.
  • Strictly follow the Poster Session schedule so that you can meet the Session Chairperson, find your assigned location and arrange your materials on the poster board.
  • Authors must be available for discussion during the entire session. The material should be removed promptly at the conclusion of the session.
  • It is very helpful to have paper copies of your written submission to the Symposium Digest available for visitors to take with them. Presenters often provide their business cards and solicit the cards of their visitors so they may correspond in the future.