- Size: The maximum size of each poster is 3 feet (height) by 4 feet (width).
- Content: In addition to standard poster contents, please address the following:
- Identify one or more technical challenges for which you could make use of the expertise of other applied mathematicians.
- Identify one or more technical capabilities you have developed that might benefit other application areas .
A poster template is provided below for your reference. We ask that you follow the following guidelines when constructing your poster:
- Please limit the size of the poster to no larger than 48" width by 36" high.
- Please structure your poster to include the following sections: Abstract, Motivation, Approach, Results, Conclusion and Future Work.
- In your Approach, please identify the major strengths upon which you are building and the gaps you need to address in concepts, methods, artifacts and skills. How do you plan to close these gaps?
- In addition to technical conclusions, please address the major impact of the presented work on the DOE mission and science/engineering in 1, 5 and 10 year time frames.
- Finally, we ask that you include two sections for your peers meant to foster discussion and exchange of ideas:
- Areas in which you can help: Name ASCR & non-ASCR Math/CS funded research you see as potentially partnering with you or consuming your outcomes.
- Areas in which you need help: Name ASCR Math/CS funded research you see that could partner with you or would provide you with necessary tools (mathematical and computational).
Note that your poster will be your primary opportunity at the PI Meeting to share your research with your colleagues and the program managers.
The poster template can be obtained (by you) from: