POSTER Informations!


Note: posters can be printed at local print shops for a fair price (usually under 30 Euros). We
highly recommend to contact the print-shop of your choice in advance in order to be shore that
they can print it at the desired date and time.


# Poster format should correspond to A0 (approx. 841 x 1189 mm), portrait
# Handout format should correspond to A4 (approx. 210 x 297 mm)
# Word count should be kept under 800 words
# Please choose fonts and font sizes appropriate to be readable for people standing a few
meters from your poster
# Resolution of pictures, charts, etc. should be at least 300 dpi
# A recent picture of the presenter should be included in the poster
# The abstract should not be included in the poster (it may be however be included in the
# Please chose CMYK as your color format, otherwise the printed color’s may not
correspond to the ones on your computer monitor
# Additional materials like videos adjacent to the poster are welcome, but need to be provided
by the presenter. Please also keep in mind time and space limitations typical for poster
sessions. Please contact the organizers if you have any questions

Further information

There are numerous sites which provide guidelines for designing scientific posters. For
students and others who look for help in deciding on the best way to communicate their
results via a poster we have compiled a short list (many more websites are available): (a few basic tips) (very comprehensive website with tips and
tricks for poster design as well as a few templates) (10
simple rules for poster design) (overview of how to create a good poster, particularly useful are the
tips on the layout). (short list of tips on
creating a scientific poster and e few examples of good and bad posters). (a pdf with really useful tips on
making a poster) (article on
how to make a good poster)

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