E-POSTERS


ACCEPTANCE EMAIL

Please note that acceptance email for ePosters has been sent out. The email will have the link for you to submit your ePoster. If you do not find your email, please check in your Spam folder. If your entry is on the accepted list but you did not receive your acceptance email please contact us urgently.

FINAL LIST FOR E-POSTERS

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IMPORTANT DATE

Submit e-posters by 5 Aug 2016.

Deadline Day Warning

You are encouraged to submit your ePoster as early as possible in order to avoid the deadline congestion that is expected. Server congestion could result in inconvenience such as slow service or in worst case scenario, failure to submit your ePoster.

Your e-poster should be produced using the PowerPoint Poster provided template. The content of the presentation should be in a single slide. E-Posters of different dimensions may be skewed / stretched / truncated when displayed on the ePoster monitors unless they conform to the template.

 

ePoster Preparation & Submission

  • Accepted entries will be sent an acceptance email.
  • The acceptance email will come with instructions on how to submit the ePoster.
  • All ePosters must be prepared using the template provided.
  • The template is in Ms Powerpoint format. Click here to download the template.
  • Please follow instructions in the template.
  • Save your poster in PDF format.
  • Our ePoster system will only accept ePosters in PDF format.
  • Important: you must keep the size of your PDF to 1mb and below. The system will reject files that are larger than 1mb.
  • ePoster submission deadline is 5 Aug 2016.

ePosters will be displayed on 40-inch LCD monitors.

Reduce size of your photos!

Our system restricts your eposter pdf files to 1mb and below. If your eposter is going to have photographs, please make sure to reduce the size of the photographs before you import them into the Powerpoint template.

Check the size of the photograph before you import • If size is above 500kb you should open it using any image editing program such as Paint or Photoshop • All image editing software will have options to Resize image • Make sure you have a duplicate of the photograph saved in case you overdo the downsizing • You will know you overdid it when you import it into the template and it looks too pixelated • If you have problems trying to do this, try this website.