Posters — Final Digital Presentation Guidelines

QCE20 VirtualThe IEEE Quantum Week Posters program presents excellent opportunities for graduate students, undergraduate students, researchers, practitioners, entrepreneurs, and start-ups to showcase their work and engage with the international quantum computing R&D community during the IEEE Quantum Week Exhibits. QCE20 Posters are intended to stimulate discussions of recent advances, experiences, and challenges in quantum computing and engineering.


Final Digital Presentation Guidelines for Poster Presenters

As a QCE20 Poster presenter, please visit this page regularly for updates on how to prepare your QCE20 Poster presentation for the week of October 12-16, 2020. The Advance Conference Program is published.

If you have any questions regarding Posters, please contact QCE20 Posters Co-Chair Ulrike Stege

RegistrationPoster Authors must be duly registered for QCE20 by September 30, 2020. The Advance Registration deadline for QCE20 attendees is September 30, 2020.

Due to the COVID-19 situation, QCE20 is now a virtual-only or digital-only conference. Scheduled QCE20 Poster sessions of 45 minutes and distributed over the entire QCE20 program. Posters are presented in a digital Zoom room dedicated for Posters.

Virtualization Platform:  QCE20 will use the Hubb Virtualization or Digital Conference Platform  to deliver over 270 hours of QCE20 programming.

Schedule: During the week of October 12-16, 2020, each QCE20 Poster is assigned to one fixed presentation session. Each Poster session of 45 minutes will be moderated and will feature two Poster presentations with live Q/A.

Format:  QCE20 Poster presenters are asked to provide a pre-recorded video for their Poster. Final Digital Recording and Uploading Guidelines have now been posted. Each Poster session of 45 minutes will feature two Posters. The pre-recorded video should be at most 3-5 minutes long. During the 15 minutes time slot allocated for your Poster, the 3-5 minutes video is played followed by a 10-minutes interactive Q/A session with attendees. The remaining 15 minutes can be used for a lively discussion with both presenters. There are several Open Poster slots in the program for additional opportunities to showcase your poster.

Recording: All QCE20 sessions will be recorded. Registered attendees can play recordings of missed sessions or replay exciting sessions until November 30, 2020. QCE20 volunteers and virtualization platform company staff will be responsible for recording the QCE20 sessions.

Copyright and Consent Release forms: QCE20 will collect the regular IEEE Paper Copyright form from all the paper authors as well as abstract authors for Tutorials, Workshops, Panels, and Posters. For presenters, QCE 2020 will collect the  QCE20 Presentation Consent and Release form to be uploaded with the video as outlined in the Final Digital Recording and Uploading Guidelines.

Onboarding: By Oct 5, QCE20 will provide instructions for attendee onboarding for the virtualization environment. Registered attendees will obtain an account and a digital presence. Attendees should complete this step a few days before the conference starts. By familiarizing themselves with the QCE20 program, virtual conference structure, and conference rooms, attendees will be able to enjoy the 270+ hours of QCE20 programming readily and effectively.

Again, please watch this space for more instructions as we transition to the digital platform. Thank you very much for all your patience, help, and support in making Digital QCE20 a great success.