Submit your presentation before the conference to have it loaded and ready on the Conference laptop for your presentation. E-mail presentation materials, presentations and one-page abstracts to email@example.com by September 20, 2017. They also may be uploaded to Peer Review File Upload page.
Presentations should not contain product pitches or sales materials. Your remarks should be educational, target a university-level audience, and contain detailed strategies and data-driven results that will be peer-reviewed according to the Peer Review Evaluation Form.
Poster presentations will require the following:
- One-page Power Point introduction slide
- One-page abstract summary slide
- One exhibit poster with maximum dimensions 30” (width) x40” (length)
Poster Presenters will have a brief on-stage introduction and two-slide presentation reviewing their poster. Peer Reviewers will then conduct interviews with presenters at the assigned display post.
Speakers from the national laboratories should use their respective templates and review and approval processes before uploading their documents to the website:
- Sandia National Laboratories: 30×40 Poster (2.7 mb, PPTX)
Download and refer to these example abstracts when preparing your submission:
Poster Exhibit Schedule
Poster should arrive at the Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter no later than October 8. The Peer Review coordinators will hang the posters the evening prior to the scheduled presentation. The posters should remain available for viewing for the full day of the exhibit. Peer Review posters are also encouraged to exhibit during the Wednesday, October 11th EESAT special poster session for additional visibility. If needed, the Peer Review coordinators can ship the posters back to the presenter after the final poster session.
Peer Review Panel Discussions
The panel discussions will be comprised of four members from each energy storage research area. If you are participating on a panel, a member of the Organizing Committee will contact you to schedule a conference call with your fellow panelists to review content, flow, and timing of the session. If you are a conference chair or moderator, the Event Coordinators will schedule a call with you to discuss your role.