The popular and traditional poster session is the heart of the event. Applications from all disciplines are expressly welcome.
An application is required.
The participation is without thematic restrictions and free of charge. The exhibition is limited to 70 posters. The poster session will be extended to a poster slam. Prerequisite for the participation is the registration for the poster session.
Please register early but at the latest by the 10 October 2018.
Please consider the following advises for your poster:
- Please present an overview of your topic and take care of general understandability and clearness.
- Please don’t use old congress-posters again. The science camp is an interdisciplinary event and aims to represent the full spectrum of research competence. The audience will be diverse in terms of disciplines. Please represent your field of expertise accordingly.
- The poster should contain the following information: title, author(s), faculty, institute, introduction, question, aim, material and methods, results, discussion, conclusion, references.
- Please use DIN A0 and portrait format.
- Please use the Corporate Design of the University of Rostock. More information is available here.
- Please follow the notes for the poster design and the poster template.
Please consider the general notes for the poster print:
- You are responsible for the print of your poster.
- The IT and Media Centre will anticipate more print jobs right before the event.
- Please print your poster in time and announce your poster print at the IT and Media Centre until 08 November 2018. Further information is available here.
Workshop "Wissenschaftliche Poster konzipieren, gestalten und erfolgreich präsentieren"
In preparation to the poster session the Graduate Academy offers a workshop on poster design.
The course is an introduction into the clear and convincing conception and composition of scientific posters. The professional presentation at scientific conferences according to the individual disciplines will also be a part of the course. Please note: The course will be held in German.
to the course description