INFORMATION FOR POSTER PRESENTERS
Poster display is scheduled from Tuesday, Sept. 20th to Friday, Sept 23rd.
You can set-up your poster on Monday Sept. 19th from 18:00 to 20:00 or Tuesday Sept. 20th from 8:30 to 10:30, before morning coffee-break.
You can dismantle your poster on Friday Sept. 23rd after the closing session, up to 14:30 at the latest.
Authors are expected to be present by their posters during the poster session assigned for their poster presentation – you will have the information in the workshop programme.
Do not forget to include your email address, for somebody interested in discussing the content with you after the Conference.
The Poster Award Committee will prize the best posters presented on the basis of the following selection criteria:
- Scientific Content/Quality
- Design / Layout / Clarity / Self-Explanatory
- Relevance for Routine Application
- Personal Presentation (Answering Questions)
The author of each selected posters will receive a free registration at the next EPRW 2024 and will have the opportunity for a short presentation of their work during the poster awards session on the 23rd September.
Your presentation must be prepared in English, the official language of the Workshop.
Please provide a pdf copy of your poster to the conference organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your poster will be available for the participants after the event, in a password protected area.
Poster board and size
Each author will have at disposal one board 250cm (height) x 100cm (width). Poster presenters are recommended to create their poster at A0 size which corresponds to 841mm (width) x 1,189mm (height).
Each board will be numbered. Be sure to place your work on the board numbered for your own poster, as assigned in the final program you will receive at the conference.
Material for attaching your poster will be provided exclusively by organizers (neither pins nor scotch tape are allowed).
Suggestions for the text and content
Your poster (text, figures, photographs) should be readable from a distance of 1.5 m; use the adequate font size.
It is important to maintain a good contrast between the background colour and the text; suggested a light colour background and a dark text.
Be simple and direct in your poster presentation. Use short phrases and/or “bulleted” text. Avoid long narrative paragraphs.
The posters should be organized to include the following elements:
Introduction: Concise statement of the objective and background of the work.
Main core: description of analytical methods (apparatus, chemistry, samples, materials, etc. in some, but not overwhelming detail) or information on the research. Include the results in graphs, spectra, pictures, etc., with a minimum of text.
Conclusions: concise statement of the findings (positive as well as negative) and possible future research directions.
For any questions related to the programme or your poster presentation, please contact the conference organizers at email@example.com.