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Poster Instructions



Presentation Guidelines







Poster Instructions


Posters should be designed with the following constraints in mind:

  • Posters should be no larger than A0 (118.9 cm x 84.1 cm).
  • Posters should be mounted vertically (portrait).
  • When planning a poster presentation, it is useful to keep in mind the advantages of a poster over an oral presentation. Posters are available for viewing throughout the meeting as well as during the specific poster sessions.
  • The title of your paper, the authors and their affiliation should appear clearly at the top of your poster.
  • It is important that you remember that the audience viewing your poster and discussing it with you will be 1-2 metres from your poster. Please double-check your poster for suitable visibility.
  • Use text sparingly. Use pictures, cartoons, and figures rather than text wherever possible. Bright colours will greatly enhance the attention of the viewer.
  • The flow of your poster should be from the top left to the bottom right. Use arrows to lead the viewer through the poster.
  • Make your poster as self-explanatory as possible, so that you will have time for in-depth technical discussions.
  • The poster board will have your assigned number on it, so there is no need for you to include your number on your poster.