2021 US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium


Click here to see the posters by presenters who gave permission to post publicly.

We look forward to hearing about your research during the poster sessions at the US Frontiers of Engineering symposium.

Poster Session I will be Wednesday at 1:30pm PT. Poster Session II will be Thursday at 3pm PT. Click here to see the list of posters and poster session assignments.

We will encourage attendees to move to another poster about every 10 minutes, so we suggest you “pitch” for 3-5 minutes to allow for plenty of time for questions and a back-and-forth conversation. You can view this brief tutorial in advance to familiarize yourself with the ePosterboards platform, where the Poster Sessions will take place.

To access the poster sessions:

  • We recommend using the Google Chrome browser, as it offers the most functionality and support in the event software.
  • Use the link that was emailed to you to access the Poster Hall. This link will be active only during the Poster Sessions.
  • Please do not share any meeting links because the meeting is by invitation only.
  • Click the “Save me a spot” button (ignore “Speaker login,” even if you’re a speaker).
  • If creating your account for the first time, begin by entering your email address, full name, and a password of your choice. Make a note of these credentials, which you will need to access the poster hall on both Wednesday and Thursday.

Poster Sessions

  • Please prepare ONE (1) slide as your poster presentation to introduce your work.
  • Be sure to include your name in the content of the slide.
  • Best Practice: Keep it simple! We have heard feedback from past virtual poster sessions that if text is too small and the poster is too crowded, it is very hard to see and read onscreen. See this example poster.
  • You can present something that you have presented before – it does not have to be a new poster.
  • During the live poster sessions at the symposium, you will be assigned to a virtual poster station so others can stop by and talk to you about your work.
  • See August 2 email from Sherri Hunter with more details.