In this document you can find the requirements for the pitches and posters and information regarding the submission and deadlines.
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For the pitch, please send us the title of your poster before 27th of May 2018!
The goal of the poster is to give visitors a good idea about the project that you have been working on. It should tell a concise story and be separated in sections (e.g., think of a scientific paper structure). Visitors should be able to grasp the main idea behind your work in no more than 5 minutes (without you explaining anything). Keep in mind that your poster presentation is less like a presentation and more like a continuous Q&A session.
Do your best! We will award a prize for the best pitch and poster!
Students attending the symposium are expected to print their own poster and bring it with them on the first day of the symposium. We are aware that A2 poster printing costs are expensive but most
departments do have budget available for poster printing.
Please consult your internship supervisor and ask him/her about printing your poster. If there is no budget for it and you are expected to pay for the printing yourself, please let us know before May and we will try to arrange something.
This year we will again offer a poster workshop prior to the symposium in order to help you create your scientific poster. This workshop will take place on Friday, the 20th of April 2018 from
14:00 to 16:00 in the David de Wied room (Stratenum).
If you wish to attend the poster workshop,
please send us an email before April 1st 2018 as a sign-up.
Students attending the poster workshop: email us before 1st of April 2018
Send us your poster title before 27th of May 2018
ONLY for students abroad
Please send us your poster before 11th of May 2018, so that we have enough time to print the poster for you!
The committee wishes you good luck with preparing everything!
If you have any more questions, do not hesitate to contact us via: firstname.lastname@example.org
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