Sharing your idea with the PNSQC audience doesn’t have to be hard. If you're not sure you have a full paper in you, then consider instead proposing a Poster Paper. These are best if:
- You have a laser-focused idea. Maybe your concept is "too focused" for an entire paper, but is still something you really want to share.
- You don't want to present before a full room. Poster Paper presenters can talk one-on-one or to small groups of people, and have more back-and-forth conversations.
- Your idea is still being developed. This can happen if you don’t have a focus in mind, or your concept is still very abstract, or is about an emerging technology. And that’s ok, because Poster Papers have a rolling submission deadline.
If any or all of these apply to you, consider submitting a Poster Paper instead of a full talk.