|Call for posters open||:|
|Abstract submission deadline||:|
|Notification of acceptance||:|
|Poster display schedule||:||March 24–25, 2015|
|Poster presentation session||:||March 24, 2015, 12.00–13.00|
|Poster reception sessions||:||March 24-25, 2015, 12.00–13.00|
Benefits of presenting
You are required to submit an abstract in 1-2 pages including figures or tables. Authors must use the template (download here). Please convert the docx template file to pdf and send it to:
The poster boards will be available at the EEPIS Hall on March 24–25, 2015.
Though the poster design is free form, the poster template is available to use (download here). All material should be readable from a distance of 1 meter or more. It is important to understand that your poster is neither a paper nor a slideshow.
We will have 30 display boards with A0 dimension at the EEPIS Hall on the March 24–25, 2015. Plan to mount your materials at least 15 minutes prior to the opening of the session. It is also recommended that you bring extra copies of your poster handout for people to request copies of your information.
Three minutes talk in the poster short presentation session on March 24, 2015 at 12.00–13.00 is required to all poster presenters at EEPIS Hall.
The poster reception sessions will be on March 24-25, 2015 lunch time when authors will be encouraged to stand by their posters. The authors can use their own PC or tablet to demonstrate their research. (Be aware that the Internet connection is not available). Poster sessions are intended to give you the chance to present interesting ideas and start conversations with others. Use this session as a way to make connections with people that you can continue through the open spaces or informally during the conference.