The poster sessions will be attended by fellow participants of various technical backgrounds, as well as our invited speakers. Presenting a poster creates a unique opportunity for you to exchange ideas with like-minded participants, learn from each other, and get feedback on your work from our speakers who are machine learning experts. We will have an award for the best poster presentation.
Here are some guidelines to help you prepare your best poster.
The poster does not have to be a completed work. It can just be an introduction to your field of expertise or problems you are encountering in your line of work.
The content of your poster does not have to be directly related to machine learning but might benefit from having a machine-learning component. Presenting a poster will allow you to interact with fellow MLRS participants, and get new ideas on how your work can be improved further.
The poster orientation is a portrait and the size must be A1 (594 x 841mm). Please note that there may not be enough space to set up your poster if your poster is larger than this. There are five poster sessions (over lunch) taking place on five days. Each poster presenter is assigned to present in only one of these sessions.