XIII IEEE Latin American Summer School on Computational Intelligence (EVIC)
Rodrigo Salas, Universidad de Valparaíso
Carolina Saavedra, Universidad de Valparaíso
Pablo Estevez, Universidad de Chile
Claudio Held,Universidad de Chile
Pablo Zegers, Universidad de los Andes
Steren Chabert,Universidad de Valparaíso
Alejandro Veloz, Universidad de Valparaíso
Doris Saez, Universidad de Chile
*First call - Tuesday 31th October*Decision - Monday 6th November*Second call - Monday, 27th November *Decision - Monday, 30th November* Competition - Thursday 14th December
*All illustrations and lettering should be prepared beforehand. The poster display is not to be solely the extended abstract pinned to the poster board.The title of the presentation in full and the names of all authors should appear at the top of the display. Lettering for this information should be no less than 48 points for the title and slightly smaller for the authors’ names. The subheading should not be less than 20 points.*Suggested size of your poster is A0, portrait format: 840 mm/33″ wide by 1188mm/47″ high, the maximum size of the board is 950 mm/37″ wide by 1200mm/47″ high.*A file for the poster should be sent by email. It should be prepared in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or equivalent. * Send to email: email@example.com
*Introduction*Methods*Results*Discussion*ConclusionAffiliation should include the name of the student participating in the competition, and the name of the co-authorsSubmit the papers in PDF format using the IEEE template to the following link [EASYCHAIR] The Templates are available in the following link [click] Posters will be selected based on the quality of the extended abstract. The decision notification will be send by electronic mail.Posters should be posted according to the schedule which will be noted in the program. A committee of three experts will evaluate the posters and assign the first, second and third places. The awards will be announced on December 14th, 2017.
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* As a reference, the exchange rate was of 650 Chilean pesos per US-dollar in July 2017.
** Students must include a copy of their student ID and a document or letter (all in the same file) accrediting their full-time enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate program. Part-time students will get the discount benefit of IEEE professional members.