Additionally to the abstract, 

Poster will also be taken into consideration for this year’s active participant’s evaluation. You will need to upload a digital version of your poster in the participant area while filling out the registration form.


The deadline for this is also June 30, 2017. However, you are free to edit and improve your printed poster that you will present at the conference, afterwards. Also, should you miss some data from your research at this moment in time, you will be able to bring your revised poster to the conference.


By these actions, we hope to improve your poster quality, therefore we invite you to check out your co-participants work later and get inspired from their poster ideas and layout.

 

Poster structure

Suggested structure of a scientific poster is:

·         Summary

·         Introduction

·         Materials and methods

·         Results/discussion/conclusions (literature cited)

Please try to focus on the main aspects of your research work and illustrate them clearly by using figures and diagrams. The text on your poster should be as brief as possible as the jury would expect you to talk more and explain the research work. Your presentation should be relevant to the poster, hence include only that information in it that you plan to present. Additionally, keep in mind that the front size should be 24pt (minimum) and the diagrams should be supported with statistical information.

 A few poster examples can be found on http://www.eposters.net

 

 Also check out our tutorials “How to make a good poster!”.

 

 

Poster Contest

Within the registration you have the possibility to decide whether you want to take part in the competition for the Audience Award. Participation in the Audience Award is optional. Please make sure that you have all rights to share and display your poster publicly (which, for example, may not be the case, if you want to submit it to certain journals).

 

We will create a virtual gallery of all submitted poster on our website. This gallery will be online on the website in September. After that you will be able to check out the posters of your competitors and allowed to vote for the Best Poster. You will also have the opportunity to share your favorite poster with your friends and fellow students and make it as popular as possible! The Poster with the most votes will win this year’s Audience Award.

 

Please be aware, that while it is mandatory to upload your poster during the registration, it is NOT mandatory to take compete for the Audience Award. In case you decide to refrain from the competition due to publishing issues, we will make sure to treat your poster with highest confidentiality.

 

Please find all the posters for the Audience Choice Award here.

 

Guidelines for poster presentation

Poster format
The size of the provided poster boards are:

Height: 150 cm (59.06 Inches)
Width: 120 cm (47.24 Inches)

We recommend using the standardized format DIN A0, which is 84,1 x 118,9 cm (or 33.1 x 46.8 inches) for your poster.

 

The poster boards are made of material appropriate for push-pins. We will provide enough push-pins; please do not use adhesive tape or glue to attach your poster to a poster board.

 

Poster structure


Suggested structure of a scientific poster is:

·             Summary    

·             Introduction

·             Materials and methods

·             Results/discussion/conclusions (literature cited)

Please try to focus on the main aspects of your research work and illustrate them clearly by using figures and diagrams. The text on your poster should be as brief as possible as the jury would expect you to talk more and explain the research work. Your presentation should be relevant to the poster, hence include only that information in it that you plan to present. Additionally, keep in mind that the font size should be 24pt (minimum) and the diagrams should be supported with statistical information.

 

A few poster examples can be found on http://www.eposters.net

 

General information

 

·         You get 6 minutes to present you poster in the poster session.

·         Afterwards, there are 2 minutes of time for questions.

·         The title of your poster must correspond to the title of your abstract submitted previously.

·         You will receive the location of your poster presentation upon registration.

·         You can check the time of your session on: www.esc-berlin.com/programme/

·         Please attach your poster to the poster board indicated with your personal poster number before 8 am on the day of your presentation.

·         Posters should stay on display for the duration of the whole conference day.

·         You will be expected to take down your poster at the end of your presentation day.

·         Posters left after each presentation will be removed at 8pm of each conference day.

·         You can leave your poster container at the registration desk overnight if you plan to attend a workshop or social event on the day of your presentation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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