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 January 15, 2018.

Notification of acceptance will be received by February 15, 2018.  Technical aspects of formatting posters for displaywill be managed by Olivier Audy.  Be sure poster is in final form before sending to him by March 15, 2018.  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.