Guidelines for Speakers and Poster Presentations

Information for Speakers 

All the Speakers must be registered before September 17, 2018.

Speech time: 20 minutes for the speech and 5 minutes for questions at the end.

File format: PPT or PPTX. Contents Rules: The presentation contents must be purely scientific. Showing photos of commercial instruments is strictly forbidden.

At the Conference: Please make sure you load your presentation in the conference room computer during some of the breaks before your session starts.

Short BIO: Please send a Short BIO, which will be sent to your session’s moderator and will be included in a summary attached to the technical program for all the attendees. The total number of words must be within 100 and 200 words by October 5, 2016.

If you have any questions, please address them to raquel.ubeda@icpc-conference.org or aleyda.monzon@icpc-conference.org

Download the Speaker Guidelines

Publish Your Work in the Macromolecular Symposia ICPC Book

All ICPC editions have a compilation of some of the oral presentations made at the Conference published in a special Macromolecular Symposia book. If you wish to have yours included in the 7th ICPC Edition, you can contact the Editor, Professor Joao Soares: jsoares@ualberta.ca

 

Information for Poster Presenters 

Poster Session: Monday, October 22, 2018 @ 16:45

Size: The poster dimensions must be 100x100 cms / 39.37x39.37”.

Title: The title should be the same as in the submitted abstract. We recommend using a minimum of 60 point font size for the title.

Content: 24 to 32 font size is recommended. We recommend to use UPPER and lower case for general content as the use of all-capital text is difficult to read. Avoid using a mixture of type/font styles.

Headings: 48 to 60 point font size is typically best for headings. Graphics: Try to keep all graphs and images no smaller than 10cm x 15cm.

POSTERS INTRODUCTION

In an effort to promote the poster presentations, there will be a One-Minute Oral Introduction in which the authors have the option of explaining their poster to the audience in 2 PowerPoint Slides (one for the title and one for the content). We recommend using the template slides provided to you via email. This is completely optional, and if you are interested in this, please send your slides to Raquel.ubeda@icpc-conference.org and Aleyda.monzon@icpc-conference.org by October 15, 2018.

At the time of your turn (indicated by the poster number), you can stand up from your seat and someone will bring a microphone to where you are. The slides will be displayed on the screen and the moderator will advance them. After this introduction, the audience will be invited to visit the Posters Area, so all the poster presenters should be available next to theirs.

- The Posters Area is located at the back of the conference room (Royal Sonesta Founders Ballroom).

- Place your poster in your corresponding space on the board during the coffee or lunch breaks on Monday, October 22, before the Poster Session starts. The complete list of posters with numbers will be available in the Abstract Book. Please check there your poster number. The tape will be provided by the organization.

- All the posters need to remain on the boards until the coffee break of Wednesday, October 24.

If you have any questions, please address them to aleyda.monzon@icpc-conference.org

Download the Poster Guidelines

Publish Your Work in the Macromolecular Symposia ICPC Book

All ICPC editions have a compilation of some of the poster presentations made at the Conference published in a special Macromolecular Symposia book. If you wish to have yours included in the 7th ICPC Edition, you can contact the Editor, Professor Joao Soares: jsoares@ualberta.ca

 

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