Contents of the Poster: The poster should contain the title of the corresponding paper/abstract, the author(s), institution/affiliation and its location. The aims of the study, the question to be asked or the hypothesis to be tested should be clearly and succinctly stated. Briefly outline your methods. Provide details only for new methods or important modifications of older ones. Provide a clear “take-home message”, which highlights the main findings of your poster. The conclusions should be succinctly stated. Many attendees read this first.
Presentations of Posters:
Attendance of posters’ author:
- Accepted posters will be presented in a hard copy.
- Posters should be designed to be read at a distance.
- Use colour wisely to provide contrast for each section.
- Avoid illegible tables and present as much data in graphs as possible.
- Please bring your poster with you. You will not be able to print at the convention center.
- Posters should be designed to be presented vertically. The poster should be size no larger than A0 (ca. 841 x 1,189 mm).
- Boards will be provided and the poster sessions will be on the 2nd floor of the Convention Center during the allocated times (as per the Conference Programme).
- Authors are responsible for affixing their poster to the panels provided at the conference centre. Poster strips will be provided and further instructions given at the Registration desk.
- Please remove and take your poster with you at the end of the conference.
At least one author must be present during the poster viewing to explain the work and answer questions. A major advantage of a poster presentation is the opportunity to interact with the author(s).
Presentations of e-posters: we are a blended learning conference so e-posters are an option, please contact us if you prefer to present an e-poster: firstname.lastname@example.org