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Jan. 30, 2019
The ECE GSA Research Poster Symposium is a chance for all ECE graduate students to showcase their research to fellow students, faculty and undergraduate students.
Posters are supplied by students and/or advisers (no financial support from ECE for printing posters).
Please bring a hard foam board to mount your poster. ECE will provide easels. Maximum poster sizes is 48 inches high by 36 inches wide. A sample poster is outside the ECE Graduate Studies office in ECE 556A.
There are a limited number of slots for this event., so register your poster via Eventbrite by Jan. 26. Include your name, authors name(s) and poster title.
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