When you submit your abstract, you will have to choose if it should be a talk, a poster, or either. Unfortunately, we do not have enough spots to make all presentations oral. But a poster is just as effective if you make a good one: We will have two poster sessions, and there will be poster cash prizes to be won!
If you have never been to our meeting, then please check out the program, and the posters, from our last meeting. It is an enormously varied program every time, and it helps to check it out before you write and submit an abstract. If you want to look at it in detail, then please check the abstract booklet from 2016 in Vancouver.
The recommended poster size is A0 (84 x 119 cm), upright as shown below. The poster board size is 1.00 m wide x 1.40 m high (or 39" x 55"). The materials to mount the posters will be provided.
Abstracts can be a full page and must be submitted by e-mail. It can contain figures, graphs, or pictures, but the file size is limited to 2 MB. We suggest the following format:
Sample abstract: Have a look here for a sample abstract. We strongly encourage you to include one figure!
Also, if you want to see how our meeting works and what kind of talks and posters we get, then please check out the abstract booklet from a previous meeting. It is available here (large file!).
And last but not least, we would like to thank all our previous meeting participants who help out big time in reviewing the abstracts before the meeting and the submitted papers after the meeting. Without them, it would not be possible to put together such a high-quality program year after year. Thank you!