Call for Submissions – Now Closed

13-17 November 2017 – Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, Ireland

Poster Presentation Guidelines

A poster session is a graphic presentation of an author’s research. Authors illustrate their study findings by displaying graphs, photos, diagrams, and text on poster boards.

DIMENSIONS

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 conference organizers). Since velcro will be used for attaching the poster, presenter are requested to use standard paper (not extra strong/heavy paper or cloth).

POSTER PRINTING

Presenting authors are responsible for the design and printing of their posters. Conference 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’.

ONSITE INFORMATION

Posters will be housed in Hall 3 of the Conference Venue. 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.

Poster session times will be confirmed at a later date.

Oral Presentation Guidelines

Oral presentation guidelines coming shortly.

Speaker Preview Room

All speakers are advised to submit their presentations in advance of their sessions with the AV technicians in the morning of, or at least 3 hours before their talk. The speaker preview room is located in between Hall 6 (exhibition hall) and the Concert Hall (plenary talks room). There will be directional signage on the day. Speakers should make themselves known at the registration desk where directions to the preview room will be given.

Abstract Queries

Please email Sarah Brown at sbrown@csih.org or call +1 613 241 5785 (ext. 326)

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