The final round competition includes a poster session. Below are the details on the Posters.
Design the poster for 24″ x 36″ (in either a portrait or landscape format). It is best is if you design the poster using these dimensions, instead of trying to scale up from a smaller size.
Using PowerPoint, go into page setup and set the dimensions to 24″ x 36″.
Printing the Poster
We’ve arranged with MIT CopyTech to print the posters on glossy photo paper and mount them on foam core for you (we’re paying for the cost of the printing). You are welcome to keep the poster after the poster session (we may ask to reprint a copy so we can display your work in our offices).
Submit your poster using CopyTech Express W20 location via the online form by Monday, April 29 at 12noon. (It may be possible to submit your poster later, but we’ve worked out a guarantee that they’ll have the poster printed and delivered to the venue if you submit your poster by this time.)
You’ll have to login and create an account with CopyTech. Then fill out the following information on your submission, this helps to make sure it arrives on time and we pay for it! Make sure to select Student Center – Large Format Posters. And, make sure you put “iCampus Student Prize Poster, Deliver to Brandon Muramatsu, NE48-308 by 10am, May 1.” in the notes field. And also, make sure you select “Mount” on the “Other” Tab.