Thank You for Presenting at the IT Summit
We are excited that you have agreed to present at the IT Summit and that you are willing to share your great work with IT colleagues during the Tech Expo portion of the day. A few details and resources for the event are listed below. Additional information will be added to this page as information becomes available. Thanks again for your involvement in this important campus event!
Choose one of these two options for how you would prefer to present:
- Poster Session - host a table with traditional display boards or optional digital media . Tables will be provided although power will not be available and should be planned for accordingly. There are many resources for printing posters on or near campus, here are a few:
- College of Chemistry Graphics Lab - They can assist in poster production and you can have the work charged to your unit's chart string. Send an email to email@example.com to learn more.
- PosterPresentations.com - A sample product is a premounted tri fold poster board (48" x 36") for $99 and they offer free ground shipping (allow 6 business days).
- Copy Central - Several locations in Berkeley, they usually have a UC Berkeley discount if you tell them your affiliation when you order.
- FedEx Office - Locations near campus and in the Bay Area.
- Birds of a Feather - lead a 30 minute discussion on a campus IT topic or showcase a product, service or feature. To begin your session, ask one of your participants to act as scribe to capture points from your session discussion. This information will be helpful and used to report out during the Regroup portion of the IT Summit and for follow up after the event.
Presentation Title and Abstract
Please be sure to fill out the Registration Form to submit a title and description of your session. Here is a sample:
Title: Research IT: Engaging and Supporting Campus Research Through Innovative and Sustainable Services
Description: Research IT, a division of Information Services & Technology (IST), partners with campus researchers on research computing and data science projects and provides computing and data management services to campus research. This poster session will summarize our collaborations across a number of campus domains, from biodiversity informatics projects with the Berkeley Natural History Museums, to digital humanities, science and engineering. We provide a broad range of services including research data management; application architecture, design, development, and hosting; consulting and grant-writing; and museum and digital collections. We also act as a liaison to other IST services such as backup and storage. In addition, we will describe our newest initiative, a partnership with the VCRO and LBNL to expand our research computing services to areas such as High Performance Computing, Cloud Computing, and virtual workstations.