Abstracts submitted for oral presentation that cannot be accommodated within the oral program will be given the opportunity to present a poster.
Information for Poster Presenters
The display area for each poster on the panel of the poster board is 120 cm (48 inches) wide by 90 cm (36 inches) high.
A numbered panel will be allocated for each poster according to the abstract number assigned and staff will be on hand at the conference to assist you to find the right place for your poster.
General Guidelines for Poster Production
A poster should be self-contained and self-explanatory, allowing different viewers to proceed on their own while the author is free to supplement or discuss particular points raised in inquiry. Presentations should be kept simple and clear and a mixture of text and graphics is recommended.
Posters should be printed on one poster sheet (not as individual pages) and can be plasticlaminated if desired. Use matt finish rather than glossy paper. Posters can be designed in either landscape or portrait arrangement, although landscape will fit better on the poster boards. Arrange materials in columns rather than rows. Include your abstract title and authors names and affiliations at the top. An introduction should be placed at the upper left and a conclusion at the lower right. The abstract does not need to be presented.
Each figure or table should have a heading of one or two lines. Additional essential information should be provided below in a legend. Photographs should have good contrast, sharp focus and, if necessary, an indication of scale.
Minimize narrative. Use large type in short, separated paragraphs. Numbered or bulleted lists are effective ways to convey a series of points. Do not set entire paragraphs in uppercase or boldface type.
Titles and Fonts
Titles and captions should be short and easy to read, in a sans serif font for preference. Headings should be a minimum of 50 point size whereas, 25 point size is suitable for text.