Poster Session and Student Competition
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 • 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Poster session is open to all industry professionals and students.
Students can also be part of the Student Poster Competition and have a chance to win a cash prize! *
1st place = $1,000 and 2nd place = $500
* All student poster entrants must be present at the Poster Session to be eligible for cash prizes
Industry professionals and graduate/undergraduate students are invited to participate in the popular Poster Session which been expanded to include both IBBC and PEERS. Presentations can cover a myriad of topics ranging from advances in the biomass and bioenergy industries to recent developments in pulping, recycling and sustainability, to name just a few.
Posters will be on display on the Exhibit Floor beginning at 1:30 pm on Monday, November 6, and poster presenters will be on hand at designated times to discuss their research.
IBBC/PEERS Session: Poster
Comparative Study of Hydrolysis and Fermentation Methods for Acetic Acid Production from Paper Sludge
Triboelectric Membrane Sensor for Heavy Metal Ions Removal and Detection in Wastewater (Student)
3D Printing of Spray Dried CNFs Reinforced Polypropylene Composites (Student)
Grinding performance and physical properties of southern pine forest residue tissue fractions (Student)
Preparation of Nanofibrillated Cellulose Hydrogels from Various Plant Materials (Student)
Sustainability Assessment of Single-Use Surgical Face Masks through Life Cycle Analysis
Fabrication of Poly (lactic acid) melt-blown nonwoven and optimization of processing parameters for improved barrier and mechanical properties
Rules and Regulations:
TAPPI will provide the bulletin boards and push pins. Please confine your presentation to a 32 inch x 48 inch (80 x 120 cm) space. All posters will be displayed in the Exhibit Hall.
Your poster can be placed on the bulletin board as early as during the Sunday night reception from 5:00pm-7:00pm. In order to be considered in the student competition, your poster must be on display no later than 1:30pm on Monday, November 6th.
All illustrations must be prepared in advance. Proper illustration is critical to an effective presentation. The use of large lettering (legible at a distance of three feet or more) and minimal textual material is recommended. Use of colored ink in printing and colored paper in framing textual material can be attractive although artistic flair should not be excessive. Illustrations should not be mounted on heavy stock as this makes it difficult to mount them on poster boards. It is the responsibility of the author to design and print his/her poster and get it to the event.
The collection of materials at the end of the conference is the author's responsibility; Any posters remaining after the conference ends will be destroyed.