SECURE FOOD FUTURES SUMMIT

Comments

Transcription

SECURE FOOD FUTURES SUMMIT
SECURE FOOD FUTURES SUMMIT
DENPASAR, BALI, MAY 21-22 2015
GUIDELINES FOR POSTERS
General Specifications
Posters should be used to convey the most interesting aspects of your work – what progress or
findings have been made to date? What new methodologies or instrumentation are being used to
carry out the work? Please be sure to cover all of the following areas in your poster.
Size : Posters should be roughly 1 m x 0.8 m
Orientation: Portrait preferred
Font size: Large enough to be easily read from 1 to 1.5 meters away e.g., 24 point for main text
Suggested content
1. Title approximately between 12-20 words (96 points).
2. Abstract containing a project description, overview, and research goals.
3. Visual depiction of part of the research process (posters should include a methods,
literature/prior work citations, hypothesis, and preliminary/results, discussion and
conclusion sections).
4. What the (current or future) development impacts of the research are and who they will
likely affect.
5. Please also be sure to include an acknowledgements section in the bottom right
of your poster
Below are useful resources for preparing posters:
http://colinpurrington.com/tips/academic/posterdesign
http://www.csun.edu/plunk/documents/poster_presentation.pdf
On-site Information
Push pins or adhesive Velcro will be provided to attach your posters to the boards.
Your poster must be posted between 07:00 and 08:30 the morning of your presentation and
removed after the last poster presentation of the day.

Similar documents