The poster show session is an open session where people visit poster boards and
interact with the poster authors by exchanging comments, questions, etc.
It is based on the proactive participation of the presenter and the audience.
Each presentation will be assigned a space and will be clearly labeled with the
identification number of the paper.
During the poster session, at least one author of the poster must be present
to illustrate the content and results of the work upon request.
A poster is a printed sheet of at least an A0 size (84cm wide x 119cm high in
portrait format preferably, up to a 120cm x 160cm) or equivalently, a set of
8-12 A4 (or letter) pages.
The structure of the content is organized like in a sequential flow of slides (but
you can follow any style provided it is easy for the reader to follow an order
of the content exposition, like in a slide-based presentation).
The poster should contain the title of the poster paper, the authors and affiliation
lists, contacts, and text and figures illustrating the paper content, and the conclusions
and future works.
The title and authors should be printed in large characters (greater than 3.5 cm high)
at the top of the poster presentation.
The remaining text in the poster presentation should be at least 0.7 cm high so that it
is easily visible from a distance of at least 1 meter.
A poster is not a printed copy of your paper, as it appears in the proceedings.
As a reference, you should consider a slide-based presentation made with more or less
Poster boards will be provided on place. The poster session schedule is shown in the
conference program (usually including one full session time and during some coffee breaks).