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Poster Voting is Open!

This year marks the 7th annual poster competition and showcases the work of 26 students participating across our HPCC Systems academic community. The award goes to the poster receiving the most votes by attendees of our 2022 Community Summit event.

Who do you think should win the 2022 Community Choice Award? Register and vote for your top three favorites.
Voting is simple in just 3 steps! Watch a quick video on how to vote.

  • LOGIN to the event platform and navigate to the Poster Competition menu.
  • BROWSE through all the posters by clicking each poster title, watch the student’s video and visit their wiki page to see the all the resources.
  • VOTE – When ready, return to the landing page and click the VOTE NOW button to select your top 3 favorites from the list provided.

Voting is open to registered attendees through 12pm ET on Friday, September 30. Winning posters will be announced during the closing plenary session on October 10 starting at 2pm ET.
Register now! Just three weeks away! As a reminder, this year's event is free to attend and open to all users of HPCC Systems. The online event will kick-off with virtual sessions on Monday, October 10, followed by one-hour ECL workshops offered Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings at 9am ET.
Ways to Participate
  • Keynotes and Plenary Sessions - industry and academia including DataSeers, CodeDay, RV College of Engineering, and LexisNexis Risk Solutions.
  • Technical Breakout Sessions - the latest news and roadmap information, research, and key topics.
  • Student Poster Competition - innovative posters from students and interns working on HPCC Systems related projects. Contribute to our Community Choice Award by voting for your favorite poster. Voting is now open!
  • Virtual ECL Workshop - a three-hour workshop, ECL Alive! - a Deep-Dive into Definitive HPCC Systems (Vol II), is for HPCC Systems Summit attendees who want to expand their knowledge of the HPCC Systems platform and ECL in three different phases.