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Posters

The Symposium will feature A Poster session wherein results from research projects underway at Partner Universities and other Collaborators in the theme areas will be presented.

The Call for Posters is now CLOSED. Presenters have been selected.

Posters and presenter listings are available by theme below.

Agriculture, Food & Water, and Climate Change

TONGTONG LIU | China Agricultural University

Rhizosphere Regulatory Mechanism of Root Exudates – Mediated Replant Disease

WEIYI PAN | Washington University in St. Louis

Generation and Stability of PbO2-Containing Scales in Lead Pipes

NEHA SHARMA | Washington University in St. Louis

Impacts of Surface Coating Aging on the Fate, Transport, and Efficacy of Nanofertilizers During Foliar Application

Energy & Environment

JULIA BARABAS | Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Density functional theory study of the reaction of N2O and CO with small copper clusters

FERNANDO CASTANHEIRA | Washington University in St. Louis

Enhancing environmental compliance and enforcement in the mining industry: a comparative legal study between the United States and Brazil

CHIH-CHIEH CHEN | National Taiwan University

Development of a Respirable Virtual Cyclone Sampler

BURAK DEMIREL | Bogazici University

The impact of nano-ZnO on microbial community in simulated landfill reactors

SUKRANT DHAWAN | Washington University in St. Louis

Aerosol-based techniques for nanoparticle synthesis and their applications

APOORV JYOTI | The University of Melbourne

Calcite dissolution studied using a multicomponent reactive transport model at the pore scale

ZHICHAO LI | Washington University in St. Louis

Investigations of charge fraction and electrostatic precipitation of fly ash from combustion of India, U.S., and China coals

YIHANG LI | Washington University in St. Louis

To see a grain of sand in a hazy world – Optical detection and analysis of particulate matters (PM) in air
ARON NEMETH | Budapest University of Science and Technology

Investigations for Rhodococcus opacus application on lignin-based lipid production

TURGUT ONAY | Bogazici University

Evaluation of Bioplastics Biodegradation Under Simulated Landfill Conditions

ARJAV SHAH | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Modeling of heat extraction from depleted oil and gas wells

PANKAJ SHARMA | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Carbon Footprint Comparison of different Pumpsets usage in India

CHANGQING WANG | Washington University in St. Louis

Non-Hermitian optics: benefit from loss

SHIBO WANG | National Taiwan University

Aerosol Deposition in the Sampling Train of PM CEMS

Public Health & Aging

ABHYUDAYA ADULKAR | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Field-driven Electrochemical Odour Mitigation: Abstract and Results

ENOCH AZASU | Washington University in St. Louis

Factors Contributing to Higher Student Success in Low-Income Schools

LEI CHEN | Washington University in St. Louis

Identification of Structural Variants Associated with Quantitative Cardiometabolic Traits in the Finnish Population

YUJIA CHEN | Washington University in St. Louis

Single-Shot Edge Illumination X-ray Phase-Contrast Tomography Enabled by Joint Image Reconstruction

MOHUA DAS | National University of Singapore

Multi-protein Dynamic Combinatorial Chemistry: A Novel Strategy that Leads to Simultaneous Discovery of Subfamily-selective Inhibitors against Fat mass and obesity-associated protein (FTO) and Prostate Cancer Antigen 1 (ALKBH3)

NIKITA FATARPEKAR | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Designing a fixture for the existing delivery table for squatting posture

ELENI GAVERAS | Washington University in St. Louis

Self-Stigma Interventions for Persons Living with Serious Mental Illness: A Global Systematic Review

EUNYOUNG KANG | Washington University in St. Louis

Loneliness as a social support outcome: The prevalence of post-stroke loneliness and its impacts on well-being in community-dwelling stroke survivors  

JOONMO KANG | Washington University in St. Louis

Let’s Talk About the Real Issue: Localized Perceptions of Environment and Implications for Ecosocial Work Practice

 

SEONGMI KIM | Washington University in St. Louis

Primary cell culture and polarized urothelium enable an investigation of bladder epithelial remodeling upon chronic infection. 

CHING-AN LU | National Taiwan University

Effect of Strap Tension on Filtering Facepiece Respirator Fit 

PETRA MOLNAR | Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Fight against malaria: new approaches

EYLUL TEKIN | Washington University in St. Louis

Exploring the influence of monitoring on learning

YU-LIN TSENG | National Taiwan University

Filtration Characteristics of Filtering Facepieces

OYKU UNER | Washington University in St. Louis

Do True/False Quizzes Enhance Learning?

Presenters

Posters are not judged at the Symposium. No travel support or award payments are given. All posters will be printed in Beijing, and presenters will have no printing fees.  Any changes to presentation guidelines (dimensions, orientation, session date, set-up times/locations, presentation schedule, removal procedure, etc.) will be posted here for your convenience.

The deadline for submitting your poster image is midnight (US-CST) October 1, 2018. You are encouraged to submit your image as soon as possible to avoid any delays in printing. See below for UPLOAD POSTER link.

Poster Session Presentation Guidelines

This information is subject to change. The following guidelines have been provided to assist you with your poster presentation.  If you have any questions please contact the McDonnell Academy at: mcdonnell@wustl.edu.

Poster Session Dates, Times, Locations & Presentation Schedules

  • All posters will be displayed during the Symposium on October  13 in the Grand Salon on the LG Level of the Grand Hyatt Beijing Hotel.
  • Presenters should be available at their poster(s) from 8:30 am-9: 00 am and during all morning and afternoon breaks scheduled on October 13. Please visit the daily schedule pages on the Symposium website for times.  There will be additional opportunities for poster viewing at various times throughout the Symposium; however, you are only asked to be available near your poster during the three (3) dedicated poster sessions.

OCT 13 PROGRAM

Poster Printing

  •  All posters will be printed in Beijing, and presenters will have NO PRINTING FEES.
  • Posters will be set-up for presenters in the Grand Salon at the Grand Hyatt prior to the first session on October 13.

Poster Orientation, Dimensions, and General Guidelines

  • Posters must be 46” (h) x 33” (w) or A0 (1189mm (h) x 841mm (w) printed vertically (portrait) in orientation.
  • Posters should include a heading with the project title, project participants and institution(s) represented.
  • Posters should be printed in English, with a clear and understandable message without an oral explanation.
  • To ensure posters are easily viewable and legible, please be mindful of text styles and sizes, image sizes and clarity,  and use of color.
  • Posters should be readable from a slight distance.
  • The distribution of handouts to summarize or explain your project is permissible (printing is the responsibility of the presenter).
  • Final soft-copy images of the poster should be sent in PDF or JPG format at 300 dpi using the link below.
  • The deadline for submitting your poster image is midnight (US-CST) October 1, 2018. You are encouraged to submit your image as soon as possible to avoid any delays in printing.

UPLOAD POSTER

Poster Set-Up, Identification, and Removal

  • During check-in, you will be given your board location and poster number.
  • Posters will be set-up for presenters in the Grand Salon at the Grand Hyatt.
  • Posters will be removed on October  14 before 4pm. The poster mounting process will not allow presenters to retain the posters. They will be removed from the boards by symposium staff as refuse for recycling.

All information regarding the Symposium’s poster session is subject to change.