Open to 1st year (optional) and 2nd year Ph.D. students only.
Guidelines for creating your research poster:
- Each poster board will have an area of 5′ x 3′ (152 cm by 91 cm)
- Less is more when it comes to text! Any text you do have needs to be legible from ~6 feet away.
- Include a title and all authors at the top of your poster
- Present a brief introduction, goals, experimental details, conclusions, and references in a logical and clear sequence. Keep it as concise as possible.
- A poster should contain the highlight of your work. Therefore, more photos/figures and diagrams (with legible axes and titles) are preferred over texts.
- Make it visually appealing: colour is preferred over black and white. Use accessibility-friendly colours, e.g. avoid pairing red and green elements.
Click on the link below to see a sample poster template
3rd through 6th+ year Ph.D. students
The oral presentation will be 12 minutes long with 3 minutes for a Q&A period after each presentation.
The deadline to submit your abstract is Thursday, September 15, 2022, at 11:59 pm.
Optional Figure Submissions:
Along with your written abstract, you can also submit a figure (diagrams, graphs, flow charts, equations, etc), less than 5MB that provides a graphical description of your research. These must be in black and white.
To submit an abstract, please visit our web form