At poster session predocs have the opportunity to present their investigation to a very diverse audience. If you don’t want to spoil this chance we suggest:
Giving a description of your research is the purpose of the poster. Thus, predocs must take into account that they will have a very diverse audience and they might be not familiar with the work. Therefore, the poster should be prepared in order to introduce your research to a general audience.
The main goal is explaining clearly in what are we researching, how, and why. Hence we recommend you not to stress your particular results or publications, but the essence of the work, which might be more powerful to pave the way to new collaborations.
All posters should be printed in DIN A1 or DIN A0 in order to make its exhibition and presentation easier. Posters should be printed in portrait orientation (vertical). We will accept posters in any format, however landscape posters printed in DIN A0 or larger will not fit on the exhibitor.
Posters will be hanged on exhibitors, thus they should be printed on paper (or on similar flexible and light material).
If you decided to present a poster, you only need to submit your abstract. There is no need to send the poster in advance. If your abstract have been selected, just come to the conference with your poster printed and we will collect it at the registration desk. We will return your poster at the registration desk after your poster session has finished (or later if you prefer to store it there).
Finally, despite it is not mandatory, we encourage you to prepare the poster in English.
PS: Do you want to use our logo in you presentation? Download it here.
Since 2015 participants can vote for the best poster in every session. In here, we offer the abstracts of the 2018 award winners.
A global perspective for indigenous languages in Mexico: language policy at work
Daniel Isaac Hernández Espíndola
Efficacy and safety of A-beta immunotherapy in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s Disease
Alejandro R. Roda