PostersBoth p-poster and e-poster are contributions to the poster part of a session, only the display differs.
P for PrintedA p-poster or printed poster is the classical paper poster which is made, printed and hung on a poster board by the authors. Posters of session 1 to 9 are on display on Monday afternoon, Tuesday and Wednesday morning. Posters of session 10 to 15 are on display on Thursday and Friday.
When can you hang your p-poster?
If you are an author of a poster of session 1 to 9, you can hang your poster from Monday morning, as soon as you have arrived.
If you are an author of a poster of session 10 to 15, you can hang your poster from Thursday morning, as soon as you have arrived.
How to hang your p-poster and the size of the poster boards?
The posters can be hang with velcro. The velcro needed to stitch the poster to the boards will be provided by the ESWW organisation. The boards for the paper posters are 75cm wide and 2m high. There are no on-site printing facilities.
E for ElectronicAn e-poster is an electronic poster which will be on display on a digital screen.
An e-poster needs to be uploaded by the authors through an online tool. Check here when this needs to be done at the latest.
The local organisation will put the e-poster on display on a 42 inches landscape monitor with a native resolution of 1920 x 1080. Native means that this resolution is the best to work with.
An e-poster can be a 1-5 slides presentation including movies, but needs to be windows-playable, e.g. ppt, pptx, open office, pdf, etc. Please make sure the e-poster presentation loops automatically without manual manipulation. "Interaction" with the e-poster, i.e. the author forwarding from 1 slide to the next one, is not foreseen.
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