Instructions for Posters
With the tandemPV 2022 Workshop coming closer, we would like to give you instructions on how to prepare your poster. Please make sure to read this carefully and follow the instructions.
All posters have to be presented on-site at the workshop venue.
For planning reasons: In case the poster will not be presented by the main author, please let us know well in advance: info[at]tandempv-workshop.com
- Your poster should be upright/portrait style with a maximum size of DIN A0 format: width: max. 84 cm (33 inches), height: max. 119 cm (47 inches).
- Please make sure that letters are sufficiently large to be read from a distance of 1-3m.
- You are responsible for printing your poster in advance and for putting it up at the workshop. It is not possible to print posters at the workshop site.
- Please mount your poster on Monday, May 30 before the start of the poster session. Mounting material will be provided.
- Please don't remove your poster before the end of the workshop. The posters are an important part of the scientific program and should be displayed the whole time.
- Please remove your poster directly after the closing session at the latest. Posters remaining after the workshop will be discarded.
- How to find the place where your poster should be mounted: In the poster area you will find a sign on each poster wall indicating the author’s name, poster title and poster number. For your poster number please refer to the workshop program. If you have difficulties finding “your” poster board at the workshop site, please contact one of our staff members and we will be happy to assist you.
- Additionally, all poster authors are asked to submit a PDF file of their poster for publication in the password secured Internal Area on the website by May 25.
- Optionally a video with explanations (MP4, max 5 min) can be uploaded.
Start the presentation with a preview of your poster and a short introduction of yourself. We recommend making your short video by recording a number of ppt slides together with audio explanations, using PowerPoint (Microsoft Office) to record your speech. Additionally, you have the option to use your webcam and add a recording of yourself in the lower-right corner of your presentation. Please find an Office tutorial here.
If you are more familiar with other video recording tools, you are of course welcome to use those to create the mp4 file.
- An individual upload link will be sent to each author during the next weeks.