- All the authors who are accepted as poster presentation should bring their printed poster to CISAK 2017 conference. CISAK 2017 committee will not receive any request for printing service.
- The orientation of the poster is PORTRAIT with the size 120 cm (height) x 80 cm (width).
- Thumbtacks or any supplies to attach the poster will be provided by the committee. However, for the poster session, presenters are required to setup their poster in board by themselves.
- Any audio-visual support (electrical equipment) for poster presentation is not allowed.
- There will be approximately 30-40 poster sessions scheduled concurrently. The panels will be identified with a banner showing the ID code of poster number. Be sure to recognize the appropriate board number.
- Your ID poster session number (also for board number) will be given by CISAK 2017 committee after on the spot registration.
- The poster session will be held for one hour (detailed schedule will be released soon) to show the author’s work to others or to interact with other scientists. There is no structured or scheduled time for you in presenting. Audiences or visitors can come to your poster randomly in any time during the poster session. So, the author must stay by his/her poster board for one hour to be available for answering any questions and doing informal discussion with others.
- Posters may be set up 30 minutes before the session starts. However, it would be better for author to set it up as soon as they arrive at conference venue.
- Bring business cards with you in case the viewer is interested in more information.
- All posters also will be installed for two days during the conference for all people enjoying the poster out of the poster session.
Poster Development Tips
- Use material of poster that easy to be attached or remove from board. So you can still keep your poster in good condition.
- All lettering on the display board is legible and large enough to be read from 5-10 feet away. Avoid use of fancy fonts. Use upper and lowercase letters.
- The poster clearly and concisely states the theme of your presentation, such as a statement of your topic or problem, major findings, conclusions or strategies to be discussed, or any other pertinent information. The sequence of information on the poster should be logical and clear so a participant who walks by can read your poster and get a clear idea of you presentation and the major facets of it.
- Use lists, phrases, bullets, charts, drawings, or photographs on your poster instead of full text blocks. This will be more appealing to the eye for participants and full-text material can be included on the table for participants to read or review or take with them.
- Use color on your poster for eye appealing