E-Poster should be organized into the following sections: Title; authors; objective (or Introduction); materials and methods; results/ observations; conclusion/ Discussion; references, acknowledgments.
The heading should include the abstract title, author names, and institution (Use large, legible letters).
File Format: JPEG/PNG file.
The font should be visible with font options of Tahoma/Calibri/Times new roman; We highly recommend one or two graphs or tables where applicable, Kindly recheck your e-poster before sending.
Hyperlinks, animated images, animations and embedded videos are not permitted.
If you wish to showcase any online reference, regarding the content of your poster you may include a specific QR Code.
E-Poster should be in the ratio of 4000px width x 2250px height (16:9) in Landscape Orientation.
Images and tables: at least 300 dpi. Good picture quality is essential.
When inserting images, photos, tables, etc., use copy-paste. Do not use embedded documents.
Avoid overlapping objects and layers. Only the final view/status will be visible.
When saving your file please do not use symbols or special characters (ie. +/@/ü) in the file name.
File size: Less than 5 MB.
By uploading your E-Poster, you agree to have it published on the Congress website, virtual platform, and society website for the duration of 3 months following the Summit.
Each presenter will be allocated 3 minutes to present their E-Poster, plus 2 minutes for discussion at the E-Poster screens. All participants are invited to the E-Poster Stations to hear the short presentations and to ask questions. Each session will be guided by one moderator. Presenters should be at the e-poster viewing stations 10 minutes before the start of the Session and remain there until the session has finished. Only posters of registered participants will be displayed in the E-Poster Gallery or be available to present onsite.
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