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CIE-USA/GNYC 2009 Student Poster Contest




CIE-USA/GNYC 2009 Student Poster Contest


Oct 31, 2009 at Marriott Hotel, Newark International Airport, Newark, NJ


Organized by the Chinese Institute of Engineers-USA/Greater New York Chapter (CIE-USA/GNYC)

General Information

The annual Student Poster Contest of Chinese Institute of Engineers-USA/Greater New York Chapter (CIE-USA/GNYC) aims to provide a platform for undergraduate/graduate students (not restricted to Chinese ethnic group) to present their research work and get feedback from established researchers as well as general audience. More importantly, students can expand their network and benefit from exchanging ideas, approaches and tips with their peers. The contest welcomes submissions of 3-page papers in two general areas: 1. electrical and computer engineering and computer science, 2. biological science/engineering. Interdisciplinary research within the above two areas is welcome.

All submissions will be judged based on their quality through peer reviewing. Accepted papers will be scheduled for poster presentation at the 2009 CIE-USA/GNYC Convention. Outstanding poster awards will be selected based on the quality of the paper and the presentation. Winners will be chosen to give certificate awards together with cash prizes of $300 (first prize), $200 (second prize) and $100 (third prize).

Submission Requirements

Submission
must be in the form of pdf. The paper should be typed in double columns with no longer than 3 pages (including references) and in font size of no smaller than 11 points. Each paper must include an abstract, 3 keywords, the authors’ affiliation and complete contact information (address, tel, email). Submissions should be made by email to: kxi@poly.edu.

Important Dates


Submission Deadline:
Sept. 10, 2009
Acceptance Notification: Oct. 15, 2009
Post Presentation: Oct. 31, 2009

Contact Person

Prof. Kang Xi (Polytechnic Institute of NYU)

kxi@poly.edu

New Students

For 2009 new students, if you need a cellphone plan, please go here. If you need a ride to shopping centers, please go here.

Welcome to Princeton University!

When you get your US visa successfully, you can book your flight. Two things to remember:

1. Airports. There are two International Airport around Princeton within 1hr drive. One is Newark International Airport (EWR), and the other one is Philadelphia International Airport (PHL). Avoid JFK, since traffic through New York City is nearly impossible.
2. Book tickets with your new friends, and come as a group if you can.

After you get the air ticket, you can contact acsspu to help you find a volunteer to pick you up. Please write the email at least 10 days before your planned arrival. Tell us your name, flight number, arrival date/time, luggage size and amount, as well as how many people are coming together.

OK, now you may be wondering what to bring, what to prepare, and be very anxious to the new life! Here are some guides you can read. They are useful to your preparation, as well as your life at Princeton.

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Hope you have a wonderful life at Princeton!

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