International Conference on
Materials Science and Nanotechnology

NOVEMBER 18-19, 2024 |  

E-Poster Competition

Calling all researchers, scientists, and innovators! Showcase your ground breaking research and engage with a global audience at the upcoming Conference E-poster Competition. This esteemed platform provides an exceptional opportunity to present your original work, gain valuable feedback from experts, and expand your professional network.

Visuals & Text

  • Embrace Graphs over Tables: Ditch dense tables and opt for eye-catching graphs that reveal trends and patterns in your data with clarity and impact.
  • Simplify Tables: When tables are necessary, keep them concise and easy to navigate.
  • Bold Visuals: Employ simple, bold graphics that accentuate key points and enhance the overall aesthetic of your poster.
  • Acronyms and Notation Minimization: Minimize the use of acronyms and complex mathematical notations to ensure accessibility for a wider audience.
  • Poster Brevity: Aim for a concise and impactful poster with around 800 words or less. Avoid lengthy, text-heavy posters that overwhelm viewers.
  • Structured Organization: Divide your poster into clear sections like Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, and Literature Cited. Maintain a balance between text and visuals.
  • Color Palette: Utilize a vibrant and complementary color scheme to highlight important elements and draw attention to key points.
  • Readability from a Distance: Ensure your text is easily readable from a distance of five feet.
  • Future Directions: Incorporate future research plans or questions to spark discussions and engage potential collaborators.
  • Poster Dimensions: Adhere to the standard poster size of approximately 1x1 meter.
  • Title and Content Visibility: Ensure the title, contents, and author information are prominently displayed and clearly visible from a distance of 1-2 feet.

Online Abstract Submission for e-Poster Competition

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Research Information

Instructions & Guidelines for e-Poster Presentation

e-Poster Format Guidelines

The presentation will be showcased on an interactive electronic poster board, allowing you to seamlessly share your findings with conference attendees. Simply upload your poster prior to the meeting date, and you'll be ready to engage your audience with captivating visuals and insightful explanations.

Eligibility

The Conference E-poster Competition is open to researchers, scientists, and innovators from all disciplines. Eligibility criteria may vary depending on the specific conference, but some general guidelines include:

  • Researchers: Individuals currently engaged in research activities, including graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and faculty members.
  • Scientists: Individuals with expertise in a particular scientific field, including researchers, professors, and industry professionals.
  • Innovators: Individuals with a demonstrated ability to develop new ideas, technologies, or processes.

Submission Guidelines

  1. To submit your abstract for the E-poster Competition, please follow these guidelines:
  2. Abstract length: 300 words or less
  3. Format: Microsoft Word or PDF
  4. Include: Title, authors, affiliations, abstract text, and keywords

Judging Criteria

Visual Appeal
  • Overall Design: The poster should have a visually appealing and organized design that effectively conveys the research findings.
  • Use of Graphics: Images, charts, and graphs should be clear, relevant, and enhance the presentation of the research.
  • Color Palette: The color scheme should be visually appealing and complement the overall design of the poster.
  • Font Choice: The font style and size should be easy to read and consistent throughout the poster.
Content Clarity
  • Title: The title should be clear, concise, and accurately reflect the content of the research.
  • Abstract: The abstract should provide a concise overview of the research, including the purpose, methodology, findings, and conclusions.
  • Introduction: The introduction should clearly state the problem or question that the research addresses.
  • Methodology: The methodology should describe the methods and materials used in the research in a clear and concise manner.
  • Results: The results should present the findings of the research in a clear and organized manner, using tables, graphs, and other visuals when appropriate.
  • Discussion: The discussion should interpret the findings of the research and discuss their implications.
  • Conclusion: The conclusion should summarize the main findings of the research and state the significance of the work.
Originality and Significance
  • Originality of Research: The research presented should be original and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field.
  • Significance of Findings: The findings of the research should be significant and have the potential to impact the field or society.
Overall Impression
  • Overall Quality: The overall quality of the e-poster should be high, with no grammatical errors or typos.
  • Engagement: The e-poster should be engaging and effectively communicate the research findings to the audience.
  • Professionalism: The e-poster should be presented in a professional manner and reflect the high standards of the research

e-Poster Layout and Design:

  • Divide the poster into clear sections: The poster should be divided into clear sections, such as Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, and Literature Cited. This will make it easier for viewers to navigate the information.
  • Use a consistent grid: Use a consistent grid to align the text and visuals on the poster. This will create a visually appealing and organized layout.
  • Leave white space: Leave white space around the text and visuals to avoid a cluttered appearance. White space makes it easier for viewers to focus on the important information.
  • Use a hierarchical font scheme: Use a hierarchical font scheme to emphasize the different levels of information on the poster. For example, use a larger font size for the title and headings, and a smaller font size for the body text.
  • Use a consistent font style: Use a consistent font style throughout the poster to create a cohesive look.
  • Align the text and visuals: Align the text and visuals carefully to create a polished and professional look.
  • Use a simple and clean design: Use a simple and clean design that is easy on the eye. Avoid using too many colors, fonts, or graphics.
  • Use a consistent color scheme: Use a consistent color scheme that is complementary and visually appealing. Avoid using too many colors, as this can make the poster look cluttered.
  • Use high-quality images and graphics: Use high-quality images and graphics that are relevant to the research. Avoid using low-resolution images or clip art.
  • Use captions for images and graphics: Use captions to explain the meaning of images and graphics. This will help viewers understand the information.
  • Use a consistent style for citations: Use a consistent style for citations, such as APA or MLA style.