- The size of each poster board is approximately 1m wide by 1m tall (about 3′ 3″ × 3′ 3″).
- Authors should use the dedicated poster board for each poster, labeled according to the CHI Conference Program.
- The Student Volunteers and the Poster Chair will be present during the installation and tear-down to assist the authors.
- Push pins, the poster board, and easels will be provided.
- Authors are encouraged to consider the creative use of QR (Quick Response) codes as a means of enhancing their poster presentation (see below for more information).
When and Where
Poster set-up times and locations are different for Works-in-progress and for all other poster venues. Please see the appropriate section below. For all poster types, student volunteers will be available in the posters area during set-up and tear-down. Push-pins and poster boards will be provided for hanging posters.
Poster authors will be kindly requested to stand by their posters and give interactive presentations to the conference attendees during their Posters Spotlight Sessions.
Works-in-Progress Set-up Times & Spotlight Sessions
For Works-in-progress posters, there will be two poster rotations: Monday–Tuesday & Wednesday–Thursday. Poster authors should already have been notified of their poster rotation. Set-up for the first rotation is Monday from 7am to 9am. Tear-down is from 3:20pm to 5:30pm Tuesday. Spotlight sessions will be during the coffee breaks Monday afternoon (3:20pm–4pm) and Tuesday morning (10:20am–11am).
Set-up for the second rotation is from 7am to 9am Wednesday. Tear-down is from 11:00am to 3:30pm Thursday. Spotlight sessions will be during the coffee breaks Wednesday afternoon (3:20pm–4pm) and Thursday morning (10:20am–11am).
Other Poster Set-up Times & Spotlight Sessions
For Doctoral Consortium, Student Design Competition, Student Research Competition, and Workshop posters, posters will be exhibited during the main conference, from Monday through Thursday. Set-up times are Monday from 7am to 9am. Tear-down is from 11:00am to 3:30pm Thursday. Spotlight sessions will be during the coffee breaks Monday afternoon (3:20pm–4pm) and Tuesday morning (10:20am–11am), as follows:
- Monday afternoon: Doctoral consortium & Student design competition
- Tuesday morning: Student design competition & student research competition
Use of QR Codes
A QR code is a two-dimensional bar code that can be used to link a physical poster with digital content or interaction. A QR code be easily generated with freely available tools and printed on the poster in a discrete location such as one of the corners. Attendees can use software on their mobile or other comptaible device to access the content that has been associated with the QR code. For example, an author may choose to associate media content such as a project video or to solicit feedback by linking to a Web page or blog for the project. Many QR code generators are freely available on the Web, e.g., http://qrcode.kaywa.com/.
Posters that will not be collected by their authors will be kept until Thursday 6pm after the conference. Details will be available during the conference.