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Lightning Talks and Poster Session
Lightning talks are fast-paced and high-energy. These are back-to-back 5-minute presentations on just about anything. Talk about a recent success, energize people about a pressing issue, ask a question, start a conversation!
Lightning talks are an opportunity to get up and talk about what's on your mind.
You can give several lightning talks if you have more than one topic.
To submit a lightning talk, complete the form here by December 12, 2012.
This is your chance to share an idea that could turn into something more formal at next year's conference.
Posters are a good way to get feedback on research that may not be "ready for prime time."
The posters will be on display during the conference, and fixed times will be advertised when authors should be present to discuss their work with anyone who is interested.
- Student posters, practitioners sharing their experiences, and submissions from open source communities are particularly welcome.
- Authors of accepted refereed papers are welcome to submit poster proposals to supplement the presentation of the work described in their paper.
Submissions are in the form of a 1-page abstract.
Poster proposals are due October 29, 2012. Please email your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed posters will be required by the start of the conference.