Poster Presentation Guidelines
Please find below some basic guidelines for your poster presentation during the 12th EES Biennial Conference.
Recommended poster size is the A0 format (portrait orientation): 84.1cm*118.9 cm high. (Board dimensions are 95cm*135cm).
Each poster should normally contain the following:
- A short, descriptive title (no abbreviations)
- Full names of contributing authors
- Authors’ affiliations
- An introduction laying out the purpose of the presentation
- A narrative (methods, materials, results)
- Conclusions (clear and simple, emphasising implications for practice)
At least 60pt for the title.
At least 44pt for the authors/affiliations and possible headings of sections.
At least 36pt for the body text.
The poster should be readable from 2 to 3 meters distance.
Particular attention should be paid to the resolution of pictures and photos. As a rule of thumb, use at least 300dpi resolution.
Please be available by your poster throughout the scheduled Poster session (Thursday, 29 September 2016, 11:30 – 12:45, Poster Area).
Be prepared to use your Poster paper presentation to explain the work described and to answer specific questions.
It may be helpful to have copies of backup material or copies of a written paper to hand out to viewers who may want to study aspects of your work in more detail.
Also, have business cards available for those who may wish to contact you at a later date.
Commercial messages will not be tolerated.
Your poster must be written in ENGLISH.
Thin cardboard is more suitable than paper.
Prepare your material beforehand so that it fits neatly into the space available and can be easily attached to the board.
The Conference organisers will provide suitable fixing materials, and on site assistance will be available to help you display your poster.
Mounting your poster
The Poster area will be open for poster mounting starting on Wednesday, 28 September since the morning lectures. All posters must be mounted before the beginning of the Poster session at 11:30 on the very same day.
In order for the posters to be eligible for the Best poster Award. They must be presented during the Poster session and displayed at least until the lunch time on Friday, 30 September.
Removing your poster
All material must be removed by the owner of the poster at the end of the Conference. The Conference organisers cannot accept responsibility for any material left behind. The organisers are not responsible for loss or damage. Posters left on site at the end of the Conference will be destroyed.
Should you have any questions do not hesitate to contact the Conference secretariat via e-mail or at: +420 241 174 312.