Poster Presentation Guidelines

DATE & TIME

The presenting author is responsible for bringing the poster to the conference. If you require local printing service please scroll to find a suggestion on the bottom of this page.

Your poster can be hung from 13th February 2024, 14:00 IST, and will be displayed for the duration of the conference. We recommend being available at your poster during the dedicated poster breaks of your category. More information about that will follow later.

DIMENSIONS & MATERIAL

  • Your poster should be in portrait orientation with maximum dimensions of:
    • Width: 33 inch (83,8 cm)
    • Height: 40 inch (101,6 cm)
  • Your poster will be secured with double sided tape, and you will not be able to re-use your poster after the conference.
  • Materials that can be used for your poster are flex, paper, or any other material which will not damage the board. Using self-adhesive vinyl and cloth is strictly prohibited.

CREATING YOUR POSTER

DESIGN
(1) Simple is good;
(2) Make important information stand out;
(3) Line things up;
(4) Don’t make it overcrowded.

BACKGROUND
Keep your background non-distracting (white or some other light color).

TITLE & HEADING STYLES
Clearly define each section with a heading that stands out (i.e. colors, boxes, bold text, whitespace, etc.)

FONTS & FONT SIZE
Make sure they are easy to read and the size is possible to read from a normal distance.

COLORS
Using color is a very important aspect of poster design. Color should capture attention and highlight important information but should not be distracting the viewer.

COMMON POSTER SECTIONS

(1) Introduction
a. introduction;
b. condensed abstract;
c. background information;
d. hypothesis;
e. objectives/purpose.

(2) Research
a. materials;
b. methodology;
c. analysis;
d. models;
e. results.

(3) Conclusion
a. conclusion;
b. recommendations;
c. implications;
d. discussion;
e. acknowledgements;
f. contact information.

GENERAL QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER
(1) What is my presentation about?
(2) Why am I doing it and what do I hope to add to the conversation?
(3) What were the methods I used?
(4) What conclusions did I come to?
(5) What are my recommendations based on this research?

PRINTING YOUR POSTER

  • The poster presenter is responsible for printing the poster and brining it to the conference.
  • Our partner is offers a printing service, please contact them via RSVVW24@FTCEvents.com for more information.

Printing costs are the responsibility of the poster presenter.