Guidelines for Poster presentations

Poster panels will be identified by the number assigned into the Conference Guide, that you will receive with your conference kit.

P\5 reads as: poster presentation\ panel number.

Poster size : 80 cm width 120cm height
No onsite printing
No poster template, free format

pecific Poster Presentation Sessions and discussions are scheduled on Monday and Tuesday

During the Poster Presentation Sessions, authors are requested to be in attendance at their poster board to facilitate interaction and exchange.

Attendance at the poster board by the author is part of the duty of the speaker.

IMPORTANT NOTE: in case of no poster submission or no attendance to the poster sessions, we regret to inform that, the paper will not be published into CET.

We are a little bit reluctant in giving too detailed instructions for preparing poster presentations, because we do not want to suppress any kind of creativity of the authors.
Nevertheless, we think that some guidelines, recommendations and advises may help some of you in preparing a poster of a higher quality.
The lay-out of the poster
The contents of the poster might be subdivided as follows:
Header -
Give title of poster, authors, affiliation, addresses (idea: put your photograph in the header)
Problem definition & objectives -
Make clear which problem you have studied and the aims of your work.Refer briefly to previous work. Give the perspectives if you really attain the set objectives.
Strategy, methods, theory
- Indicate HOW you have tried to solve the set problem: general strategy, experimental methods, theoretical aspects, ....Emphasise novel theoretical and experimental approaches.
- Present your findings to justify the conclusions e.g. via tables and graphs. Do not overload tables and graphs with data.
- Draw conclusions about what you have learned from your work. Indicate the significance of the conclusion(s).
- Give maximum 4 key references to position your work.
Acknowledgements - Should be mentioned if any.
- each section in the poster should be clearly marked with a title.
- all tables and graphs should have a caption and the axes of graphs must be clearly labelled.
- avoid typescript unless substantially photographically enlarged.
- the amount of text is limited, so choose your words carefully.
- use colours for emphasis and distinction.
- in a table, try to restrict yourself to 4 columns with not more than four listings per column
-graphs should show a maximum of 3 curves