Posters & E-Poster
Guidelines for Poster Presentations
- Each poster session author will be provided with a 1 Meter x 1 Meter presenting area and mounting pins. Participants are responsible for mounting their posters during the presentation and in removing them as soon as the session ends. Posters left up past that time will be discarded.
- All illustrations, charts, etc., to be posted should be prepared in advance as materials for these purposes will not be available at the meeting site. Herald Meetings will provide a reasonable supply of push pins, but we suggest authors provide their own if possible.
- Avoid overcrowding figures and cramming too many numbers into tables. Legends and titles should accompany all figures, tables, photographs, etc. in order to allow their immediate identification.
- Try not to stand directly in front of your poster, allow other scientists to view the entire poster. Stand to the side. Must display the ID card all the time during conference hours.
Guidelines for E-Poster Presentation:
Participants, who are unable to attend the conference because of their busy schedule, they can present their research work as E-poster.
- The E-poster presentations will be presented on a computer screen for 5 minutes during the conference & not on a regular poster board.
- The uploaded E-poster should contain the title; order of authors, affiliation details, abstract and conclusion same as the submitted abstract.
- The electronic poster can be combined with up to 6 slides.
- All e-Posters should be prepared in English.
- The abstract will be published in the conference proceeding book and e-poster will be uploaded in the website.
Digital guidelines for E-poster:
- Pixels: The minimum recommended size (W*H) is 1125 x 2000px & the maximum is 2250 x 4000px. (DPI 300 pixels/inch)
- File Size: The maximum file size is 4 MB.
- File Format: Save your file as a PPT, PDF, PNG or JPG in order to send your e-Poster.
- Media: Pictures, graphs and tables can be included in the e-Poster.
Visuals & Text
- Visuals have to be simple & bold.
- Avoid acronyms and broad mathematical notations as much as possible.
- Posters with 800 words or less are perfect. Avoid submitting crammed and high word-count posters.
- Use bright colors to improve the detail.
- Besides your project, the poster could also include forthcoming research plans or questions.
- Each poster should be just about 1x1 M long.
- The title, contents and the author’s details should be clearly visible from a distance of 1-2 feet.
Need More Help?
If you have further queries or need any additional information and help, please contact the meeting coordinator