E-Posters

What are E- Posters?

 

E-Posters, or Electronic Posters are similar to traditional paper posters, but do not require printing or production of materials, as your work will be presented electronically. They are displayed on-site on a large LCD television screen and are available for electronic viewing at all times throughout the meeting. To increase maximum exposure opportunities your E-poster will be available in an online archive on the Neuroethics Network website: www.neuroethicsnetwork.com for one year following the meeting.

 

Timeline:

 

Abstracts for E-Posters should be submitted to Thomasine Kushner, (email: kushnertk@gmail.com) before deadline date December 15, 2016.

Notification of acceptance will be received by February 15, 2017. All technical aspects of accepted E-Posters will be managed by Olivier Audy and posters should be sent to him by March 15, 2017. olivieraudy@gmail.com

 

Guidelines for Electronic Posters:

 

Posters will be presented in PowerPoint format only and must consist of one single Power Point slide. Please make sure fonts are embedded. Turn your document into a JPG file format. 1920 pixels width and 1080 pixel height (full HD). The file must be clearly readable on your computer. Please bring a copy of your poster on a USB stick to the meeting as a back up.

 

Guidelines for Content:

 

Author Information: At the top of your poster, please give the following information: Title of Poster, Your name, Institutional Affiliation, Address, Country.

 

Titles: Make titles short to summarize the message of your research.

 

Fonts: Use as large a font as possible and make sure fonts are embedded in your presentation.

 

Colors: Use just one or two in a plain colored background for maximum impact.

 

Typeface: Use a bolder, larger typeface for the main titles and headings. It can be effective to use a different typeface for headings and subheadings. To emphasize body text, use a bold or italic font.

 

Capital Letters: Avoid capital letters except at the beginning of sentences and proper nouns.

 

Underlining: Resist underlining anything

 

Bullet Points: Be judicious in the use of bullet points, perhaps reserving them for the conclusion.

 

Conclusion: Place the conclusion in a prominent place.

 

References: Do not use references unless necessary.

 

Videos or audio should not be included in the file.