International Conference on
Materials Science and Nanotechnology

NOVEMBER 18-19, 2024 |  

Poster Presentation

A conference poster competition is an event where researchers, scientists, and innovators present their original research findings in a visually appealing and concise format. Posters are typically displayed electronically or on physical boards during the conference, allowing participants to showcase their work to a wider audience and engage in discussions with potential collaborators.

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 Poster Competition

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Research Information

Instructions & Guidelines

Eligibility

The Conference 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 & Content Clarity
  • 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.
  • 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

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 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.