Guideline for posters
Posters are visual presentations of research results. Poster sessions offer researchers the chance to present their work in a visual form and provide opportunities for interaction and discussions.
Posters will be on display in the main hall of Uni Mail building during the entire duration of the conference.
Poster boards, associated with numbers, will be provided by the organizing committee.
Poster authors are invited to display their poster on the board associated with their poster number at the beginning of the conference.
Two Poster sessions will be scheduled during the conference:
- Wednesday 10th September from 5.30pm to 6pm
- Thursday 11th September from 1pm to 1.30 pm.
Poster authors are invited to be present near their poster during these two slots, so that conference delegates can meet and discuss with poster authors.
- Participants are expected to print and bring their own poster. There will be no facility provided by the conference organizing committee for printing posters on site.
- Poster format should be A0 (84x120cm). A poster presentation includes one single poster.
- Poster setup should be vertical (portrait)
- We recommend that posters should
include at least:
- the title (lettering at least 2.54 cm or 72 point, bold)
- the author(s)’name(s) (lettering at least 2.54 cm or 72 point, bold)
- an abstract (lettering at least 0.95 cm or 27 point, 300-words or less)
- an introduction part
- a methodology part
- a results part
- a conclusion part
- and, when suitable, tables and figures
- Clearly indicate the sections or parts of your poster
- Bear in mind that your poster will be viewed from distances of 1,5 meters or more
- Keep your poster simple