Poster Presentations

POSTER SIZE

All poster walls will be used VERTICALLY.  Dimensions of the poster panels are 94,5 x 294 cm (W x H).

When creating your poster, please follow the maximum poster size of 85 x 200 cm (W x H).

Posters should be attached to the boards with stickers, which will be supplied by the organizers. It is not allowed to use your own tape.

 

POSTER PRESENTATION TIMES

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Poster Viewing Time

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Thursday, September 19
08:00-08:30 hr

Thursday, September 19
08:30-17:30 hr

‘Presenter at Poster’ from 12:00-13:00 hr

Thursday, September 19
17:30-18:00 hr

Friday, September 20
08:00-08:30 hr

Friday, September 20
08:30-17:30 hr

‘Presenter at Poster’ from 12:00-13:00 hr

Friday, September 20
17:30-18:00 hr

Saturday, September 21
08:00-08:30 hr

Saturday, September 21
08:30-12:30 hr

‘Presenter at Poster’ from 12:00-13:00 hr

Saturday, September 21
12:30-13:00 hr

 

POSTER PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

  • Mid-June, 2019 you have received the presenter notification in were the final presentation number is mentioned. (If you do not find your notification letter back, you can look it up in the abstract submission system ScholarOne. Log-in to ScholarOne and read on the top right corner your email notification with the final presentation number). The final presentation number will be used to locate your poster wall in the poster/exhibition hall by meeting delegates and will identify the poster in the program book and online program. You must incorporate your final presentation number into your poster display (at the top right corner of your poster). The final presentation number should be large enough for people to quickly identify your poster as they are walking down the aisles.
  • During poster set-up, look for your presentation number on the top of the poster wall. DO NOT remove the number sign, since others will need to use that information to find their poster location throughout the meeting.
  • Friends and colleagues cannot set up your poster for you.
  • You are required to stay at your poster at your assigned presentation time (Presenter at Poster) only which is from 12:00 – 13:00hr. Except for the ‘Presenter at Poster’ moment, you are not required to be at your poster during the entire poster viewing time. IADR keeps track of no-shows or presenters that are not at their poster for the duration of the session. Co-authors and/or mentors may be available to assist in answering questions; however, they may not present the paper.
  • Posters must remain up until the time specified.
  • CED-IADR/NOF will not be responsible for posters and materials left on poster walls after the stated hours.
  • You must set up and tear down your poster during the designated times. No exceptions will be allowed.
  • You must be knowledgeable in your subject and answer questions during your presentation (Presenter at Poster).
  • Check for spelling mistakes.
  • If you are both a symposium speaker and a poster presenter at this meeting do not repeat symposium material in your individual presentation.
  • If applicable, presenters should mention the sponsors of their research in their presentation.
  • Presenters may have copies of their presentation available as handouts. This is not mandatory, just an option for the presenter to increase the impact of the presentation.

 

POSTER DESIGN

The presentation must cover the same material as the abstract submitted. Please follow the below instructions:

  • Final presentation number of the abstract, title and author(s) must be included on the poster.
  • You may display your figures, tables, text, photography, etc. in the best manner for your abstract. Figures should be designed to be viewed from a distance and should use clear, visible graphics and large type. Color can be effective if used sparingly; use saturated dark colors on a white background and rich, bright colors on dark backgrounds.
  • Briefly describe procedures and materials. Define all trade names first then use generic names throughout. All compounds and drugs must be identified.
  • Prepare all illustrations neatly and legibly beforehand in a size sufficient to be read at a distance of 2 m. Hand-lettering should be at least I cm high. Shade block letters if possible. Typed material should be prepared with large type.
  • A series of typewritten sheets attached to the poster wall is not an acceptable poster.
  • It is helpful if the sequence to be followed is indicated by a number, letter, or arrows.
  • Please do not write or paint on the poster board.
  • Attach a small photograph of yourself to the poster so other participants can recognize you as the presenter.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Dates
  • Abstract submission opening date 14 January 2019
  • New Deadline For Abstract Submission 30 April 2019 (AT MIDNIGHT CET)
  • Abstract notifications emailed to presenters Mid-June 2019
  • Early Registration Deadline 15 July 2019
  • Early Accommodation Deadline 15 July 2019
  • Congress Date 19 - 21 September 2019
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