Poster Instructions

LIST OF POSTERS is available here.

Poster Sessions

Posters will be on display in the Poster Area (foyer of room B1 and one floor down).

Poster session 1 – odd poster numbers
Poster mounting time: Monday, July 6, 08:30-11:00
Poster presentation session: Monday, July 6, 18:40-20:30
Poster removal time: Monday, July 6, 20:30 – Tuesday, July 7, 11:00

Poster session 2 – even poster numbers
Poster mounting time: Wednesday, July 8, 08:30-11:00
Poster presentation session: Wednesday, July 8, 16:00-17:50
Poster removal time: Wednesday, July 8, 17:50 – Thursday, July 9, 11:00
Any posters remaining will be removed and the congress will not keep any left posters for later collection.

Please note

Any poster that is to be presented at the EuCOMC XXI Conference must be accompanied by a registered author. No poster will be accepted for display without a minimum of one author registered for the Conference.

Poster boards

The dimensions of the poster boards are as follows:
Size of the panel (i.e. the max. size of the poster): A0 - 1189 mm (height) x 841 mm (width)

• Fixing material (stickers) will be available in the posters area.
• Congress staff will be available to assist you during the time of poster mounting.
• The poster boards will be numbered by the organizers.

Useful Info Before Printing Poster

• The lettering of the poster heading should be at least 2.5 cm high. Detailed information should be provided in a smaller type, but remember that your text must be easily readable from distances of at least 1 meter.
• Authors are encouraged to include a photo of the PRESENTING author at the top left corner of the poster to help the delegates easily identify the author for discussion.
• As you know, an effective poster should in fact be self-explanatory. Therefore, a good structure in background, aims, methods, results and conclusions with short subtitles and a clear focus only on the most important aspects of your study is essential. The key message should be easy to read and to recall for the observers passing by.
• Please check your spelling before printing the final poster version.