Student Poster Session Information


The authors of all accepted student papers must prepare a poster for the symposium. Poster format: 4 ft horizontally and 3 ft vertically. Boards and thumbtacks will be provided.

Three best papers will be awarded cash prizes. Awards will be based on originality, content, paper and poster quality.

Student poster papers are not treated as regular technical papers. No copyright transfer is required for student poster papers. They will be included in the proceedings (on a CD-ROM), but won't be published through the IEEE Xplore digital library.



We have received multiple questions about a possible confusion regarding student work submitted as poster or as a full paper. “Student Paper” as mentioned on the conference web site refers to “student poster papers” only, where research in progress could be presented in the form of a poster and feedback sought from the attendees. Additionally, the poster papers would not be published in the conference proceedings or the IEEE explore website.


In case your research is ready for a full paper then you would be submitting a full paper. For such submission the deadline is the same as the regular papers. However, as a student (if you are the first author of the paper submitted) then you could register under student registration fee schedule with reduced registration fees. Also, please check the symposium website regularly for any updates on deadlines etc.