Notification of abstract’s acceptance or rejection
February 14, 2020
Deadline for e-poster submission
April 2, 2020
No poster panels will be available for the display of printed posters as we will be using e-posters.
E-posters are similar to traditional paper posters, but they are displayed on e-poster stations (monitors with a touch screen) located in the exhibition area, as well as on the conference (“NATA Forum”) app.
Each poster will be visited by two moderators during one of the five breaks of the symposium. Please make sure you are available to discuss your poster with the moderators at the scheduled time.
The presenters of the 8 best-rated abstracts will be invited to give a 5-minute presentation followed by a 3-minute discussion during the Best Posters session scheduled on April 23 from 16:40 to 18:10. The 3 best oral communications will be selected by audience voting using the “NATA Forum” App.
How to prepare your e-poster
Accepted file format for submission: PDF (vertical 9:16 format, max 20 MB)
Please prepare a one-page poster document in PowerPoint or Word document. You may download a template free of charge (e.g. from https://www.genigraphics.com/templates).
Please consider that the file will be opened with a viewer that fits the scale of the display screen, independently from the screen dimension. Therefore the format (vertical 9:16) is more important than the absolute size.
The maximum allowed size is 2160 pixels x 3840, with a minimum resolution of 72 dpi.
In addition to your PDF poster file, you may submit an audio comment. A headset will be available for delegates to hear your audio comment during free-time slots.
Accepted file format for audio comment submission
MP3, duration 1-2 min, max 10 MB.
You may also include one or more video files. Accepted file format for video submission: AVI or MP4, codec: H264, max 25 MB.