10th Workshop on the Physics
of Dusty Plasmas
St. Thomas, USVI - June 18 - 21, 2003
Posters will be given in two
sessions - from 4:45 pm - 6:45 pm on Thursday, June 19 and Friday,
June 20. Approximately 20 posters will be presented in each
- The posters will be presented
in Harbour Room I of the Frenchman's Reef Hotel.
- There are no assigned
positions for posters, feel free to pick any available location in
- Posters may be displayed
throughout the entire day - participants are encouraged to mount
their posters as early as possible.
- Push pins and double sided
poster tape will be available for mounting the posters.
- Arrangements will be made to
have power strips and tables available for some of the posters for
the convenience of multimedia poster displays (e.g., laptops with
movies or simulations).
- Posters will be given on 36
inch tall by 48 inch wide (91 cm x 121 cm) poster boards that will
be mounted on portable easels.
- Presenters are encouraged to
use large font sizes (20 point or larger) to ensure that their
poster can be read at a distance.
Oral presentations for this
workshop will be given in eight (8) sessions throughout the two and
one-half days. All talks will be 20 minutes long - 17 minutes in
duration with 3 minutes for questions and answers. There will be a
total of 34 talks throughout the workshop. Presenters are strongly
encouraged to keep their presentations within their allotted
- Reminder: All talk slots are
20 minutes long (17 minutes + 3 mintes question and
- An overhead projecter will be
provided for transparencies.
- An LCD (computer) projecter
will be available for PowerPoint presentations.
- Presenters who wish to use
PowerPoint are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to test their presentation
on our equipment BEFORE their talks.
- For those who will be
presenting in the first session on Thursday, June 19th (and
anyone else), the projection system will be set up on Wednesday
afternoon during the registration period for testing.
- A VCR/Television combination
may also be available. All video presentations must be in NTSC