The EC’21 poster session will be featuring recent research on topics relevant to the EC community. We encourage submissions of papers presented at other conferences that would be of interest to the EC community, as well as recent unpublished results. This year we also invite submissions from graduating students and postdocs who will be on the job market during the 2021-22 academic year. If your paper has already been accepted to EC’21, there is no need to submit to the poster session. There will be a separate submission process for posters of accepted papers. Instructions will be sent later in a separate email.
Submissions should be made by June 18, 2021. The submission site can be found at:
Poster submissions should include:
- 1-2 paragraph abstract
- Authors and affiliations, listing the presenter as contact author.
The presenter must register for EC’21 to present their poster. Each registered participant can present at most one poster.
The abstract can be based on work published (or accepted for publication) at another conference or a journal since EC’20, or on recent unpublished work. For published papers, please link to the original publication and mention the venue in which the paper was published (or accepted for publication), as well as the date of publication/acceptance. For unpublished papers, please provide a link to the paper or upload a pdf copy. While papers presented at EC workshops are not excluded from submission, they will be given lower priority; if your submission falls under this category, please let us know by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
Graduating students or postdocs who will be on the job market during the 2021-22 academic year can submit an abstract that summarizes (part of) their past research. If accepted, their poster will provide an overview of the key results from their work and the poster session will give them an opportunity to promote this work as well as to get feedback on their presentation.
Posters are non-archival. They will not appear in the EC’21 proceedings, and so you are free to submit already-published work, as well as submit accepted posters elsewhere.
Poster submissions will be lightly reviewed mainly for fit to the conference and novelty to the audience. If the number of poster submissions exceeds capacity, priority will be given to students and postdocs, especially those on the job market. Beyond this, priority will be based on relevance and the date of submission. Poster slots will be confirmed by June 25, 2021. If any slots remain, submissions received after the deadline may be considered at the discretion of the organizers.
Yang Cai and Shahar Dobzinski
Poster Co-chairs of EC’21