2002 NSF CISE/EIA RI and MII PI's Workshop
Presentation Format - Completing Awards Only
Fifteen minutes will be available for each
presentation. The presentation should be organized along the lines of the
- 1 slide: Summarize the scope of your project
- 1-2 slides: What expected or unexpected
research and/or education outcomes resulted from the RI/MII that might not
have otherwise occurred?
- 1 slide: What outcomes might have occurred
if you had more or different resources?
- 1 slide: Provide a "nugget" (or
two) describing in ONE PARAGRAPH a research outcome that would not have not
been possible without RI (or MII) support. In addition to your written
paragraph, photos, video strips, etc. in supporting of your research outcome
are most welcome.
- 1 slide: What are the primary
infrastructure-related barriers/needs of research or education in your area
of research? The answer to these questions should not be limited to the
specific work of your own group.
Poster Format - All RI/MII Projects must
All PIs are asked to participate in the Poster
Session. Each institution is limited to a maximum of nine (9) 8.5"x11"
sheets. The poster should address:
- Title and scope of project
- Description of infrastructure
- Descriptions of the research projects
supported by the infrastructure
- A series of examples of outcomes (include
photos, text or other material as appropriate)
"Poster Boaster" Presentation -
All continuing RI/MII projects
Each institution will be given 5 minutes to
present their specific project. The objective of the "Boaster"
presentations is to provide every performer the opportunity to highlight his/her
area of research and/or infrastructure that is both unique and challenging.
Presentations are limited to 5 minutes each. Presenters are encouraged to focus
on specific objectives and accomplishments that will generate enthusiasm for the
poster session. More detailed explanations of projects will be provided during
the poster session.
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