Presentation Guidelines

Poster Instructions

A poster presentation combines a visual display on a poster board of the highlights of research with a question-and-answer opportunity. The poster will be available for viewing by participants during the poster sessions in the congress programme. All participants are encouraged to visit the posters and contact the main author.

Poster instructions:

  • All posters should include title, name of authors, institution, city and country. The lettering of the title should be a least 25 mm high and the main text at least 10 mm high.
  • The poster should be easily readable from a distance of 2 meters.
  • The language of the poster must be English.
  • The measurement of your poster should be approximately A0 Portrait, (maximum 84.1 cm wide x 118.9 cm high – 33.1 in. wide and 46.8 in. high).
  • Please bring your poster to the conference yourself.
  • The Congress Secretariat provides equipment for setting up the posters on the boards.
  • The Congress Secretariat takes no responsibility for left or damaged posters


Speaker Information

You may either send your PowerPoint presentation to [email protected] by 6 October at the latest.

Or you can bring your presentation, on a USB stick, to the meeting room you are presenting in at least 2 hours before your presentation starts.  A technician present in the room will help you upload the presentation. Preferred format of presentations is 16:9 in Microsoft PowerPoint.

If you are using videos, animations, or special fonts, please make sure these are embedded in your presentation.

Personal laptops cannot be used for presentations.

At the end of the congress, all presentations will be deleted to ensure that no copyright issues will arise.


The time listed for your presentations includes time for questions, ie. If you have 15 minutes you should plan to speak for 10-12 minutes to allow time for questions.

It is very important to keep the time.




Further instructions will be uploaded at a later date.