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Title of Poster Goes Here in Mixed Case Format Calibri 66 pt Font. J.A. Doe, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Advisor: S.M. Durbin. Background
J.A. Doe, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Advisor: S.M. Durbin
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Four lucky people will walk away from the poster competition with cash in hand. They will also benefit from other researchers at the College learning more about their work, and also gain visibility with local companies visiting CEAS during the competition.
Results and Discussion
This section builds on the Background and Approach sections. It may contain some details for a more specialized audience, but a reasonable attempt should be made to ensure it is largely accessible to a non-specialist (but still technically literate) audience.
Dr. P.A. Smith, Dr. J.E. Every, S.P. Member, P.S. Emery. Funding through NSF Grant EPE-1309 is gratefully acknowledged. NOTE: Leave a space after last line.
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