Poster and E-poster
Guidelines for Poster Presentations
The poster should be a visual presentation of your submitted abstract & should meet the following criteria:
Abstracts have to be submitted through online or by electronic mail. The abstract must include particulars of the contestant (e.g., abstract title, name, affiliation, abstract and biography etc.).
Accepted abstracts for the competition will be intimated through email.
Herald Meetings offers Best Poster awards to the poster presenters based on the Poster (poster should be as per the above given guidelines) and presenting skills (For Minimum 5 Posters) and award will be decided by the Judge’s (OCM’s or Chair/Co-chair of the session).
Each participant should be ready in front of his/her poster to answer all questions from the judges and delegates during the presentation.
Presentation schedule will be informed to you once the program is finalized through electronic mail. However, primary schedule will be informed to you one month prior to the conference.
The winners will be announced at the closing ceremony of the event.
Guidelines for E-Poster Presentation
Participants, who are unable to attend the conference because of their busy schedule, they can present their research work as E-poster.
Digital guidelines for E-poster
Pixels: The minimum recommended size (W*H) is 1125 x 2000px & the maximum is 2250 x 4000px. (DPI 300 pixels/inch).
File Size: The maximum file size is 4 MB. ? File Format: Save your file as a PPT, PDF, PNG or JPG in order to send your e-Poster.
Media: Pictures, graphs and tables can be included in the e-Poster.
Visuals & Text
Visuals have to be simple & bold.
Avoid acronyms and broad mathematical notations as much as possible.
Posters with 800 words or less are perfect.
Avoid submitting crammed and high word-count posters.
Use bright colours to improve the detail.
Besides your project, the poster could also include forthcoming research plans or questions.
Each poster should be just about 1x1 M long.
The title, contents and the author’s details should be clearly visible from a distance of 1-2 feet.