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Title: Research Poster Content

Research Poster Content
  • Introduction/Background/Problem/Research Area
    something to set the stage and capture the major
    issue quickly no abstract
  • Research Objectives Can be stated as questions
    Make this very easy to find -
  • Research methods or techniques Use figures and
    tables to illustrate research design when
    possible, flow charts to summarize causal
    relationships, include statistical methods/

Research Poster Content
  • Results/Findings Be clear how research
    question/objectives were addressed. Include
    evidence/analysis and use tables/graphs to show
    how data supports or doesnt support the research
    questions or hypothesis. OR
  • Expected Results Based on previous research and
    your own approach, what do you expect
  • Next Steps/Future Research
  • Conclusions briefly restate the findings and
    relevance to context or future research.
  • Acknowledgments Lab, funding, disclosures if

Research Poster Tips
  • The 3 blue swatches outlined here tend to look
    purple when printed, even if they look blue on
    computer monitor.Certain greens and yellows may
    have a gray cast to them.
  • .

Research Poster Tips
  • For a blue background in PP, it is recommended to
    use one of the blue swatches outlined in red.
    These print very closely to what appears on your
    computer monitor

Lab Name/Logo Faculty Advisor
Student Name(s), Faculty Name(s) School of
Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia
Institute of Technology Atlanta GA, 30332 USA
Research Design
Future Work
Relevant Issues
Preliminary Findings
Materials and Methods
Company Logo
Smart Parking with Integrated Technology Borja
Burgos-Galindo, Jose Vidal, PhD Mentor Ryan
Pirkl / Faculty Advisor Dr. Greg Durgin
RFID Technology Radio-frequency identification
(RFID) is an automatic identification method,
uses RFID tags to store and retrieve data. Smart
Parking will employ RFID technology by
Introduction There are two things that most
individuals hate about driving traffic and
parking. Smart Parking is a multi-faceted
approach that uses integrated technologies, such
as RFID and presence sensors, to enhance the
drivers parking experience.
Presence Sensors
Presence sensors refer to a type of sensor that
will visually identify occupied spaces and
unoccupied spaces.
  • RFID Automation
  • Quicker entry and exit
  • Card-less operation
  • Upgradeable features
  • Statistical analysis will lead to optimization
    and reduced operation cost
  • Presence sensors will enable efficient parking,
    reducing wasted time and traffic
  • Create optical connection using IR LEDs green
    LED signifies vacant space
  • Vehicle breaks optical connection Red LED
    signifies occupied space
  • Equipping each vehicle with personal passive RFID
  • Allowing entry and exit to vehicles with tags
    found in the systems database
  • Logging statistical data of lot usage
  • Future Work
  • Implementation of parking guidance system
  • Creation and integration of a system for locating
    a parked vehicle
  • Development of a full-scale model
  • Confirmation of Smart Parkings compatibility
    with existing parking areas
  • Equipment
  • WJ MPR6000 RFID Reader (PCMCI Card)
  • 915 MHz Antenna
  • Gen2 RFID Tags

Figure 2. IR LED circuit schematic.
  • Current Issues
  • Entry and exit from a permitted parking area
  • Locating a vacant parking space
  • Remembering the location of a vehicle

Figure 1. MPR6000 and sample Gen2 RFID tags.
Figure 3. Demonstration of LED operation.
Title of Several Capitalized Words Author One,
Author Two, Author Three, Mentors Author Four,
Faculty Advisor
Lab Name/Logo Faculty Advisor
Introduction You may NOT change the size of the
poster (22 x 36 inches). You may NOT change the
position or size of the logos IOS in upper left
and GT-Intel in lower right. The title must go on
top and there should be three to four columns of
text. The color, the font and the content is up
to you. In your intro, you should motivate your
research and explain your goals.
  • Methods
  • Talk about what you did in an outline
  • method 1
  • method 2
  • method 2.1
  • method 2.2
  • method 3
  • Results
  • Talk about what you got in an outline
  • result 1
  • result 2
  • result 2.1
  • result 2.2
  • result 3
  • Conclusions
  • Talk about what you learned in an outline
  • conclusion 1
  • conclusion 2
  • conclusion 3

Future Work Talk about what you will do next. In
general, your poster should be neat. All figures,
borders and text should be aligned. Good luck!
Background The background section should talk
about research other people have done in this
area. Be brief and bullet some of the points. The
visual background of the poster should not hinder
reading the text and images in the foreground. I
prefer a white background.
Sponsor Logo
Acknowledgements Sponsor, Faculty advisor, PhD
mentor, others who contributed other than those
listed above, etc.
Project Title
Project Introduction / Background
Educational Goals and Learning Outcomes
Expected, Preliminary or Final Outcomes
Project Title