LHCP2021 will host two poster sessions. The format will be adapted to the requirements of an online conference, with the poster made available on the Indico pages well before the actual poster sessions that will be entirely dedicated to discussion between authors and participants.
Posters contributions will be included in the proceedings.
Material for each poster should be posted on the Indico pages of the conference by the start of the conference (Mon, June 7, 2021, at 12:00 CEST). For easier representation on a computer screen, the contents of the poster should be presented on 3-4 pages in landscape format. Optionally, a short explanation of the contents by the author can be added in form of a video of a maximum length of 3 minutes .
The two poster sessions will be arranged at different times of the day in order to cover the widest possible range of time zones: once after the talks of the day (Thu, June 10, 18:45-19:45 CEST), and once before the talks (Fri, June 11, 10:00-11:00). Authors will be expected to be available during at least one of the two sessions in order to reply to questions via video connection, and will be asked to indicate their choices in advance.
The availabilities of the poster presenters for the two poster sessions are collected in the table at the following URL: https://indico.cern.ch/event/905399/attachments/2012977/3834137/LCHP2021%20posters%20-%20Presenter%20availability.pdf
The five best posters presented at the LHCP2021, selected by the poster award committee (https://indico.cern.ch/event/905399/page/21168-committees#POS), are the following:
|New Small Wheel sTGC Front-End Electronics Integration and Commissioning for ATLAS PhaseI Upgrade, by Prachi Atmasiddha (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)|
Playing cards as a tool to create public interest in physics, by Jason Veatch (Georg August Universitaet Goettingen)
|Physics Potential and Track Reconstruction of the FASER Experiment, by Tobias Boeckh (University of Bonn)|
|LFU Tests at the Z Pole, by Lingfeng Li (Hong Kong)|
|Combined Constraints on First Generation Leptoquarks, by Luc Schnell (ETH Zuerich)|