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Seagriculture 2019
8th International Seaweed Conference

"Seaweed Success Stories"

25-26 September 2019, Ostend, Belgium

Posters offer the opportunity to engage with other conference attendees interested in the same subject and application as yourself. You might strike up a conversation with someone about your poster that may lead to future collaboration or even a job offer! One-on-one conversations about your poster enable you to talk about very specific aspects of your research that may not be possible in a presentation.

 

5 Reasons Why You Should Present Posters:

1.. Posters allow you to gain feedback on ongoing research. Whether your work is in its early stages or completed, you will benefit from discussions with other researchers in the same field.

2. Network with attendees and have an impartial discussion of your work with people from around the globe, across the drug development continuum.
3. Posters are a great way to disseminate your work, especially if it falls within a narrow field of specialization.
4. If your field of research is not featured prominently in our program, a poster is a great way to bring your content to a wide, interdisciplinary audience.
5. Gain the skills and confidence to present your work in a dynamic fashion to an audience of your peers.

Register your poster presentation now!

Poster criteria 

Information Clarity

  • Poster information written and presented in such a way that an informed audience could easily understand
  • Well-developed organization of information

Result Quality

  • Accurate information and explanation
  • Appropriate quantitative analysis

Topic Creativity & Relevance

  • Interesting, innovative topic
  • Study current and relevant

Visual Presentation

  • Poster arranged and presented in a logical, neat fashion, including relevant tables and diagrams
  • Font color and size appropriate and legible

Overall Impression

  • Attracted and held interest
  • Conveyed a clear message
  • Appealing layout overall

If you have any questions with regard to poster submission, please contact Mrs. Isa Putman i.putman@dlg.org