A poster is very different from a paper or a talk, and so different techniques need to be used in its preparation. A poster itself is a visual presentation comprising whatever the contributor wishes to display on the poster board.
The purpose of a poster is to outline a piece of work in a form that is easily assimilated and stimulates interest and discussion. The ultimate aim is an exchange of ideas between the presenter and the people reading the poster. Posters are an excellent forum for informal and interactive presentations of early stages of research and late-breaking results from ongoing projects. Usually, a poster is made up entirely of sheets of paper pinned or attached with velcro strips to the board, but there is no reason why other visual aids should not be used.
Authors will be offered to make short presentations within a separate session. Posters will remain on display throughout the conference. There is the possibility for authors to be with their posters to discuss them with others during coffee and lunch breaks or at other times during the conference. Poster titles and author names and affiliations will be included in the printed programme and also in the conference proceedings on the website for the conference.
Posters are expected to be 125 cm x 90 cm (width x height) or conversely. Posters will be displayed in the corridor between the New building and Rajska building. Materials for putting posters on the boards will be available in the poster area.
Images of some of the posters presented at the INFORUM conference, held at the University of Economics in Prague in 2006.
For more information please contact: Ms. Andrea Kutnarova