Poster Submission Guidelines
To submit a poster, go to: http://witanweb.iit.nrc.ca/www10p/
All authors are required to submit their posters in either html or
format. When printed on the standard A4 paper, the poster must be no
than two pages in length. The accepted posters will be printed in a
proceedings and be distributed at the conference. Since the format is
short, special attention should be given to ensure that major
i.e., significance and originality, be emphasized succinctly.
Due to time limitation, there will not be time for any revision after submission.
please make sure that the submitted poster be in a camera-ready version.
Posters submitted in html format must incorporate the following CSS into the <head>
their html document. A sample poster utilizing the CSS can be found here.
All posters submitted in pdf format must adhere to the following pdf guidelines. A sample pdf document
the proper poster submission guidelines can be found in two different
templates; in the MS Word
format and in the LaTeX format with TeX file and the cls file. A single pdf file describing the
can be found here.
The following is a list of tracks and their relevant topics of interest:
There will be two awards given for the Poster Track.
The first award is the Best Poster Award. It is presented to the
first named presenter of the poster receiving the highest number of
attendee votes for Best Poster. The award includes a passport admission
that covers full registration to WWW11, to be held in
The second award is the Best Student Poster Award. It is presented
to the student author (who must be the first author) of the poster
receiving the highest number of attendee votes of Best Student Poster. The
student author will receive US $1,000.
Both awards will be voted on by the WWW10 attendees during the Poster
Reception. Both awards will be presented at the awards ceremony at the
closing of WWW10.
A note on accessibility issues:
- Whenever appropriate, authors are encouraged to comment on accessibility as it relates to their poster.
- Are the technologies, standards or practices you are discussing accessible to individuals who use alternative display or control systems (e.g., people who have disabilities)?
- For more information please see http://www.w3.org/WAI/