Please, refer to this document guidelines for information when preparing your poster.

Please bring your printed poster with you to the Congress.

Only the accepted abstracts of fully registered and paid presenters will be included in the final Congress program.

Your poster must be on the board corresponding to the number assigned to the poster. Refer to the Final Programme book that you will receive upon arrival at the Congress for the poster board number assigned to you.

Poster presenters should remain near their poster during the whole period of presentation for informal Q&A. Evaluators will move to assess posters pre-selected for awards. Best posters will receive a certicate during the closing section.

Posters must be fixed by 8:00 am on October 22nd, 2019 and will be on display until the end of the conference. They should be removed after the conference closing on Tuesday. Poster removal is the responsibility of the presenter. SciBioSus 2019 and the organizers thereof will not be responsible for posters that are not removed on time or that are damaged.

Banners Guidelines

The banner should be prepared with 90 cm (width) x 110 cm (length)..

The title should be the same as the submitted abstract, and written so that it can be read from a 3 m distance (Arial font is suggested).
Bellow the title, include with smaller letters, authors, affiliation, city and country.
Underline the name of the presenting author e and provide the e-mail address.

Poster Main Text
Excessive wording should be avoided, prioritizing space for illustrations (figures, diagrams and graphics).

Instructions for oral presentation

The oral presentation will last up to 5 minutes. Use your creativity to arouse public interest to visit you during the poster session.

The author should bring the presentation on USB stick to the place where the work will be presented 20 minutes before the session begins to upload and test the files. Authors who arrive with the files after the session will be automatically deleted.

At the end of the session there will be a time for questions from the audience that can be for any of the lectures presented, so the authors should remain on site throughout the session.

The presentations will be evaluated by two evaluators who will assign a grade following the criteria:

1- Presentation: aesthetics, organization, resourcefulness.

2- Clear objective(s).

6- Content/theme well developed in the work.

7- Consistent results.

The best works of each oral and poster session will be awarded during the Closing Ceremony.