SAMPE 2002 Poster Sessions to be Featured

05 April 2002

The SAMPE 2002 Symposium will feature Poster Sessions at the Long Beach, CA May 12-16, 2002 event for the first time. Consequently, the Committee is soliciting participants from industry, academia and government laboratories to participate in the Poster Sessions.

The Poster Sessions offer the opportunity for participants in several areas:

- Present preliminary ‘work in progress’ in advance
- Provides for most recent update to critical technology
- Offer to contributors preferring one-on-one contacts at SAMPE 2002
- Presentation of non-commercial product technology to wide audience

The Poster Sessions will be presented at 5 sessions with limits of 5 poster presentations at any given time in order to provide more directed attention. The Poster Sessions will be held concurrently with the main Technical Sessions next to the meeting rooms for convenience.

The titles, authors and author’s affiliation of the Poster Sessions will be listed in the Final SAMPE 2002 Program. The poster abstract preprint will be distributed within the SAMPE 2002 Registration Area. The Poster Sessions participants must be a paid SAMPE 2002 Registrant as either a one-day or a full conference rate attendee. Poster Sessions Guidelines for contributors are available through the SAMPE International Business Office (IBO).

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