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E-Poster Submission


An E-Poster is an electronic version of the traditional boards, and is displayed on monitor screens using Power Point slides. E-Poster may include text, figures, tables and images and NO video/animations.

Selected E-Poster can be viewed any time during the conference. A specific time slot will not be required.

E-Posters, in general, have the following characteristics:

  • Are presented by individuals rather than by organizations
  • Present scientific material, usually new information
  • Do not solicit members, or promote an organization

E-Posters should consist of a maximum of 12 Microsoft PowerPoint slides, including title slide and offering information on the following topics:

  1. Introduction
  2. Material and Methods
  3. Discussion
  4. Conclusion

Strictly adhere to the following guidelines while submitting an e-poster

  • Use Time New Roman or Arial fonts.
  • Use the first slide to show the title of the E-Poster and the authors information.
  • Font should be no smaller than 18 points.
  • Maximum of 120 words on each slide.
  • Use a plain background without patterns or dark colors.
  • Use clear headings and leave spaces between sections.
  • Pictures and graphics should be clearly labeled and described.
  • Pictures and graphics should be of good quality.
  • Text should not be obscured by images.
  • Remember that simpler slides are always more attractive and easier to read.
  • Do not fit too much information on one slide.
  • Correct spelling and punctuation make your poster more attractive and informative.
  • E-Posters should contain no video clips/animation files.
  • The file should be not more than 5 MB (more than this size, it will be rejected automatically).
  • The name of the file should be your abstract number (Eg. FP126.ppt, FP242.pptx)

Your presentations should be emailed on or before the announced deadline.

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