E-Poster Presentation Guideline
Electronic poster (e-poster) presentations will be available for viewing online and on-site during the conference days. However, e-posters will not be scheduled, rather, they can be viewed and discussed during the breaks. E-posters for those who will attend physical will be available at the conference’s hall foyer.
Last day to submit your e-poster file presentation is April 11, 2022, with no exceptions.
- You can either submit your e-poster as a single slide or as of multiple slides.
- You may use the sample template below as a starting point when making your e-poster.
- You should have in mind that a well constructed poster, must be clear, concise achieving at the same time clarity and content.
- The preferred format is 16:9 (25,4cmW and 14,3cmH)
Follow the instructions below for guidance.
- Recommended fonts: Arial Calibri, Times New Roman with 28 pt minimum.
- Make sure that are readable from a distance.
- Provide clear headings.
- Remember to use light – coloured fonts on dark backgrounds and dark – colored fonts on a light background.
- If you make use of multimedia please remember that they should be in medium to high resolution.
- Recommended videos file types: mov, mp4, mpeg
- Sound is not permitted due to the open area that e-posters will be presented.
- If you wish to add slide transitions, add smooth transitions to help flow.
- Instead of hyperlinks, try a QR code into your presentation that will direct to a website that contains more information about your poster and research.
- Use the sample template as a starting point. You can download the sample template here.
- The template is 16:9 (25,4cmW and 14,3cmH)
- Try to keep the slide minimal rather overcrowd.