The poster session will take place on Wednesday 3rd July 2024 from 6pm. Posters can be displayed for the full duration of the conference, but authors are encouraged to attend the scheduled session to answer questions about their poster.
The physical poster must be portrait and A0 in size, with the poster ID# in the upper left corner.
If authors don't have access to a large-format printer and will be presenting in person, up to 18 sheets (Letter or A4) arranged into 6 rows is acceptable, but they should ensure that it is legible.
There is no specific template for posters, but it's best practice to include the title, authors, and affiliations, clearly stated purpose, results, conclusions, and ensure that the audience can view/navigate the poster and understand the work without assistance.
Your poster must be easily readable and comprehensible to the audience, allowing them to navigate and understand your work without requiring your assistance, despite the opportunity to stand by your poster and answer questions during the allotted time slot.
Poster authors will also be asked to upload a PDF of their poster online ahead of the conference, which will be available on the conference webpage for attendees to view. The online platform allows attendees to type questions about the poster at any time, and authors can reply at any convenient time. Authors can create a short 3-5 minute explanation/presentation video to accompany their poster. Videos longer than 5 minutes won’t be able to be accepted. Poster authors will receive a DOI, allowing people to reference their poster in articles/papers. If the data on a poster is sensitive, authors can choose not to submit a poster for the website, and only their name and poster title will appear there.
The submission of the PDF format will be arranged by a company called "Underline" on behalf of the SEB. To fill out the form, authors should have the following information ready:
- Poster Title
- Profile Photo
- A short bio of themselves
- Their poster ID (this will be in a format of A, P, C, APC or OED followed by a decimal number i.e “A2.43”)
- Brief Abstract
- PDF of their Poster that is a file size less than 5 MB