Guidelines for preparing your ePoster
The deadline for the submission of the e-poster is the 30 September 2023, Midnight (CEST). Until then, you can go back into the submission portal at any time to make changes and corrections.
Copyright Information/Good Scientific Practice
When creating and submitting a digital poster, it is important to keep in mind and comply with the rules of applicable copyrights and the requirements of Good Scientific Practice: Quote correctly and extensively. Include an extensive bibliography in your e-poster. Protect yourself against accusations of plagiarism!
- Posters should be prepared in English
- Number of pages: One page (1)
- File format: PDF
- Format: landscape format
- Do not use animated effects, "animations" or videos.
- Size: 40.97 x 23.04 inch or 103.86 x 58.42 cm, (16:9 aspect ratio)
- Font size: min. 28pt, 24 for references
- Font: Arial, Calibri or Times New Roman
- Make sure that text and background have a high contrast (dark writing on light background or vice versa)
- File formats for embedded images are .jpeg or .png in a resolution of 72 or 96 dpi.
Preparing your e-poster
Save your poster as a PDF file before submitting it. All newer versions of PowerPoint and most other software applications allow you to save your poster as a PDF file using the menu "File > Save As" or the option "File > Print > as .PDF". A template can be found here:
- Please note that only the submitting (corresponding) person receives all notifications about the abstract. Therefore, make sure that emails from email@example.com are not marked as spam by your email provider.
- The submitting (corresponding) authors take responsibility for informing all co-authors about successful submission, acceptance or rejection, as well as for forwarding to presenters any instructions received on how to present the abstract.