Call for Submissions – Now Closed
13-17 November 2017 – Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, Ireland
Location of poster boards
Posters will be housed in Hall 3 of the Forum Venue and will be open to all delegates attending the Forum on Wednesday 15th November – Thursday 16th November.
Set-up: Tuesday 14th November between 12:00hrs and 17:00hrs.
Take down: Friday 17th November before 12:00hrs.
Presenting authors will be allotted a number for their poster display. Each poster board will be clearly marked with poster number to be displayed. An exhibition staff will be onsite to assist with any queries. The author/s must be available to present details and answer questions at the time scheduled for poster sessions.
The required poster size is A0 portrait (841 mm wide by 1189 mm high or 33 inches wide by 46 inches high). Posters will be attached to poster boards with Velcro pads (provided by the Forum organisers). Since velcro will be used for attaching the poster, presenters are requested to use standard paper (not extra strong/heavy paper or cloth).
Presenting authors are responsible for the design and printing of their posters. Forum organisers are not able to print posters on behalf of presenters. Simply posting a copy of the paper is not permitted and will be treated as a ‘No Show’.
The closest printing services to the Forum venue is Pace Print. Please note they will require 2-3 hours’ notice. For more information please visit: http://paceprint.ie/.
The Forum programme is available on the website, to view the programme please click here. Please check the programme to ensure you know where and when you are scheduled to present. Please note all sessions will begin and conclude on the times stated in the programme.
Please ensure your presentation is in 16:9 format in order for them to appear correctly on the screens. Authors are expected to bring their presentation on a USB drive. Please note that the AV technician cannot open any encrypted USB keys. All laptops will be connected to the projector using a VGA cable. Speakers using a Mac must bring their own convertor.
Due to the large number of abstracts the oral presentation slots will be 10 minutes long with 5 minutes for Q&A. Please ensure that you are punctual for your presentation time slot. There will be technicians and volunteers on site at all times to assist with any technical difficulties or to help as necessary.
Audio Visual Equipment
Each room contains the following equipment:
- Data projection
Distribution of Abstracts
Abstract presentations are listed on the Forum programme and the book of abstracts are available to download above.
Please email Sarah Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 613 241 5785 (ext. 326)
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