Tips On Preparing Your Poster Before Arriving On-Site
The maximum size allocated for each poster is 46 inches wide by 46 inches high (117 cm v 117cm). Be sure to use a type size and font that will be easily readable. No electrical or multi-media displays. Consider including a small picture of yourself in the corner of your poster and uploading a picture to your profile in the online submission site so people looking for you at the meeting may recognize you. Also consider including contact information in case someone wishes to ask you questions about your work but is unable to connect with you at the poster sessions.
Onsite At The Meeting
Photographing, videotaping, or recording of any kind IS PROHIBITED (including but not limited to camera phones and digital devices). Please review the Social Media Policy.
All posters will be displayed daily- per the listed schedule. The poster area will be closed after the last event of the day in the center for security reasons. At times when exhibits are closed, posters will be walled off, and the entrance to the posters may be through a separate door so please follow signs.
Poster number will be sent to presenters who have registered for the conference and completed their abstracts after June 27th. When you are in Portland posters will be listed in the Plant Biology 2022 app. You can search by presenter, title, or keyword. You can request assistance in finding a poster number at registration.
Posters will be organized in rows by category. Put your poster on the half side of the board where your final poster number is located in the corresponding session category. Poster pins will be provided. Each side can hold two posters. No electrical or multi-media displays. Do not move the boards or your poster number. If you did not submit your abstract for poster online before the closing of the online site, place your poster in the un-numbered category. Un-numbered spots are on a first-come-first-served basis.