Are you involved in an interesting project or an area of work that you would like to show and discuss with other Conference participants?
All participants are invited to present posters to further explain their work. Poster boards will be displayed during whole Conference March 30 and 31, 2017.
Posters are intended to show case research in a format that is easy to scan and absorb. This forum is designed for the participants to present and discuss their work in an informal matter.
Submission of posters
Poster submission should be in the form of a maximum 200 words abstract. The submission should also include the title of the poster and the names of the presenters.
We invite participants to submit a poster that addresses themes related to the Conference themes.
The deadline for submission of poster abstracts is March 3, 2017. Abstarcts are submitted via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) on or before March 3, 2017.
Authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection via email on or before Monday, March 6. No reviews will be provided.
List of accepted posters
The list of accepted posters will be shown on the Programme page from Tuesday, March 7.
Instruction for accepted posters
Poster boards will be displayed during the whole conference March 30-31.
For presenting the posters there will be a time slot both days of the Conference. The times of the poster presentations will be announced later.
Material should be posted March 30 between 10:00 and 11:00 before the lunch.
The posters remain on display both March 30 and 31 and should be removed between 17:00 and 18:00 on March 31.
Please note that there are no tables for any handouts, leaflets or other material that is not fixed to the poster board.
Poster board specifications
There is no template for posters. Poster authors are free to choose the layout they wish. Posters may be prepared on one sheet or alternatively on several smaller sheets.
The available poster boards are 52 cm wide and 73 cm high (portrait style). All the material need to fit within the board area.
Printing posters is the responsibility of the presenter and is not available on-site.
Posters are fixed onto the boards by means of push-pins (also provided on site).
Please note that any equipment used in the poster area should be battery-operated (power will not be provided). The posters are located in public space so poster presenters are responsible for the security of their own equipment. Organiser will not provide AV equipment for the poster presentations.