The intent of this poster competition is to showcase the breadth of work around issues of urban climate at ASU. This includes all social and physical science aspects of urban climate and its interaction with society and infrastructure.
The poster session is intended to highlight urban climate research from undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs. Completed research is preferred. Posters outlining research not yet conducted must provide sufficient details on research design.
Note: we welcome submissions from collaborators outside of ASU for virtual posters. Specifically, we will host up a small number of virtual posters, where we will print the poster and establish a 2-way video/audio connection to the presenter during the event. We piloted this last year and are making improvements to the presentation process/technology this year.
Maximum 250 words
Abstract submission deadline: February 11, 2019
Notification of acceptance: February 18, 2019
Follow this link to submit your Poster Abstract:
Submit your Abstract
We will be able to print your poster if you submit electronically by March 18, 2019.
Two categories will be awarded: honor and merit awards. Honor awards will come with a monetary prize.