WestData18 Call for Poster/Talk + Demo Submissions: Open Annual All Hands Meeting Sept 20 | Boise, Idaho
Submit your poster/demo idea here no later than September 1, 2018.You will receive a response by September 7. Select submissions may be invited to present a 4-minute lightning talk; if you are interested to be considered for a talk, please indicate so below.

Open to all, including academia, industry, nonprofits, government.

Posters should highlight the use of data science for addressing societal and scientific challenges, spurring economic development, and/or fostering a national big data ecosystem. Posters are especially welcome in the West Hub thematic areas:

• Metro Data Science / Smart & Connected Communities
• Natural Resources & Hazards
• Precision Medicine
• Data-Enabled Discovery and Learning

The posters will be tacked to portable walls that are 6 feet tall X 4 feet wide, and the maximum dimension of your poster is 3 feet tall X 4 feet wide. We will provide clips and tacks for hanging.

For your planning that day, poster presenters are expected to set up at 3pm and stand by the poster from 3:30-5pm. We are happy to accomodate posters used for other events/conferences. View the full agenda and learn more about the Hub at http://westbigdatahub.org. Note the Early Career registration code WestHubEarlyCareer provides 25% off, and travel support is available (deadline to Apply: Aug 20): https://bit.ly/WBDIHtravel.

Questions or suggestions? Email us at events@westbigdatahub.org or connect via wbdih.slack.com and social media! #WestData18 #BDHubs

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